Prosecutor’s office first in AVC campaign


Ruth Cutright


Photo by Julia Wise

The Highland County Prosecutor’s Office won first place in the Alternative to Violence Center’s annual Ladders Campaign. From Oct. 1-9, local businesses and agencies were asked to display a ladder to represent the steps to end domestic violence. Pictured with their outdoor display are members of the prosecutor’s office: Kathryn Allen, Sherry Beatty, Jim Roeder, Molly Bolek, Rachel Hudson, prosecutor Anneka Collins, and Debbie Zile. Also pictured (center) is event judge Sarah Allen and AVC representative Peggy Lang (far right). Second place was awarded to the Turning Point Applied Learning Center, with their flower-themed display. Highland County Community Action Organization, Inc. won third-place with their “On the Wings of Hope to End Domestic Violence” display. Pictured accepting the third-place award from Lang and Allen is Ruth Cutright, executive assistant.


Angela Shepherd|The Times-Gazette

The Highland County Prosecutor’s Office won first place in the Alternative to Violence Center’s annual Ladders Campaign. From Oct. 1-9, local businesses and agencies were asked to display a ladder to represent the steps to end domestic violence. Pictured with their outdoor display are members of the prosecutor’s office: Kathryn Allen, Sherry Beatty, Jim Roeder, Molly Bolek, Rachel Hudson, prosecutor Anneka Collins, and Debbie Zile. Also pictured (center) is event judge Sarah Allen and AVC representative Peggy Lang (far right). Second place was awarded to the Turning Point Applied Learning Center, with their flower-themed display. Highland County Community Action Organization, Inc. won third-place with their “On the Wings of Hope to End Domestic Violence” display. Pictured accepting the third-place award from Lang and Allen is Ruth Cutright, executive assistant.

http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_TurningPoint.jpgSarah Allen|The Time-Gazette

Ruth Cutright
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_CommunityAction.jpgRuth Cutright Photo by Julia Wise

The Highland County Prosecutor’s Office won first place in the Alternative to Violence Center’s annual Ladders Campaign. From Oct. 1-9, local businesses and agencies were asked to display a ladder to represent the steps to end domestic violence. Pictured with their outdoor display are members of the prosecutor’s office: Kathryn Allen, Sherry Beatty, Jim Roeder, Molly Bolek, Rachel Hudson, prosecutor Anneka Collins, and Debbie Zile. Also pictured (center) is event judge Sarah Allen and AVC representative Peggy Lang (far right). Second place was awarded to the Turning Point Applied Learning Center, with their flower-themed display. Highland County Community Action Organization, Inc. won third-place with their “On the Wings of Hope to End Domestic Violence” display. Pictured accepting the third-place award from Lang and Allen is Ruth Cutright, executive assistant.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_ProsOffice.jpgThe Highland County Prosecutor’s Office won first place in the Alternative to Violence Center’s annual Ladders Campaign. From Oct. 1-9, local businesses and agencies were asked to display a ladder to represent the steps to end domestic violence. Pictured with their outdoor display are members of the prosecutor’s office: Kathryn Allen, Sherry Beatty, Jim Roeder, Molly Bolek, Rachel Hudson, prosecutor Anneka Collins, and Debbie Zile. Also pictured (center) is event judge Sarah Allen and AVC representative Peggy Lang (far right). Second place was awarded to the Turning Point Applied Learning Center, with their flower-themed display. Highland County Community Action Organization, Inc. won third-place with their “On the Wings of Hope to End Domestic Violence” display. Pictured accepting the third-place award from Lang and Allen is Ruth Cutright, executive assistant. Angela Shepherd|The Times-Gazette
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