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Workshop aims to help prevent abuse

Anne Taylor, the new executive director at Haven Society, will be leading a public workshop on April 12 called Ending the Silence: Strategies for Preventing Abuse. The workshop, set for St. Paul’s Anglican Church, from 9 a.m. to noon, will focus on effective strategies for responding to all forms of violence, including bullying and harassment, in a way that is safe for everyone involved.

Tickets are $20, which includes a continental breakfast, and available at Haven Society, The Thirsty Camel, or by phoning Jenny Webb at 250-758-1869.

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