Stettler takes stand against domestic violence

Mayor signs proclamation with committee

Stettler is officially taking a stand against family violence.

Town Mayor Sean Nolls and the committeed for the prevention of family violence sign a proclamation at the start of the month to officially declare November as prevention of domestic violence month. The proclamation was signed at town hall.

According to the province’s website, family violence prevention month started back in 1986 through the efforts of four Hinton residents. Those wishing to bring more awareness to the campaign by participating in the Go Purple intiative. More details can be found at www.humanservices.alberta.ca/abuse-bullying.

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