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Fayette Commission recognizes social services non-profits

Board members from area social service nonprofits on April 10 received a proclamation by the Fayette County Commission citing April as “Prevent Child Abuse Month.” Pictured are, front row from left, Commissioner Chuck Oddo, Alice Mutzel (Advo-Kids CASA), Nadine Tyft (CASA), Kristin Melton (Bloom), Dawn Oparah (Fayette FACTOR), Becky Smith (FACTOR), Dorothy Herzberg (FACTOR), Charlie Cave (CASA) and Fayette County Family and Children’s Services Director Susan Boggs; in rear, from left, are Commissioner David Barlow, Audrey Holliday (CASA), Pete Nelms (DFCS) and Commissioner Steve Brown. Photo/Ben Nelms.

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