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Candlelight vigil honors victims of domestic violence

Crisis Line & Safe House of Central Georgia and Rescue Mission of Middle Georgia held a candlelight vigil at Tattnall Square Park on Oct. 30 to honor victims of domestic violence and their families.

October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. The Domestic Violence Awareness Project encourages individuals to be vigilant in their support towards survivors and wear purple in support of those who have been affected by domestic violence.

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