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C-3 The Park Record Sat/Sun/Mon/Tues, September 18-21, 2004 Recognizing domestic violence me about what she wanted to do. When she told me they wanted to do a candlelight vigil - it's really important to me that we support the Peace House - perViolence Awareness month and the sonally. When I talked to the staff about By CASEY R. BASPEN widespread effects it has - not just x>n what we could do to make it work, they all agreed. We had staff willing to volOf the Record staff the individual, but on the community. unteer for that night and focus on how Beginning Sept. 20 and continuing Last fiscal year, the Peace House of important that night is." Summit and Wasatch Counties, a non- through Oct. I, school-age cliildren, As guests of the vigil enter the profit organization providing domestic grades K through 12, are invited to subEgyptian, deep purple balloons - purviolence awareness and shelter for vic- mit drawings for the coalition s poster ple being the color of domestic viocontest. tims, received 200 hotline calls, lence awareness, will be floating reached out to 4,573 children and shelAt the top of each poster, it will say, against the ceiling with long ribbons tered 142 women and cliildren. "A good tiling lo do when I'm angry hanging from each. ..." Children at all schools in Summit October is National Domestic Every balloon represents a person Violence Awareness month. The Peace and Wasatch Counties are encouraged who filed for a protective order in House joins Valley Mental Health, to draw, paint, color, or design, through Heber Valley Counseling, any creative process, positive ways to Summit and Wasatch Counties, a step Christina Sally, education coordinator Mountainlands Community Housing, handle anger. and former law enforcement officer, All of the entries will be judged by the Summit and Wasatch school dissays is the first toward freedom - a sigtricts and law enforcement as part of the Valley Mental Health. Twelve prizes nal that says, "I want lo get out of a Summit and Wasatch County Domestic will be awarded Oct. 12 at the candledomestic violence situation" light vigil. Prizes will include ski passViolence Coalition. One of the goals of the vigil is to Together the group will present sev- es and gift certificates. All entrants will provide the Latino community with the eral activities including a cliildren s col- bo recognized for their efforts. chance to learn about the resources oring contest and a candlelight vigil The drawings are due by Oct. 1 and available to them. Pepe Grimal, educadesigned lo create domestic violence templates can be picked up at particitor and outreach coordinator for the awareness. pating schools, the Peace House adminPeace House, says the nonprofit wants Diana Fitzpatrick, chairman of the istration office or at the Children's the Hispanic community to be connectcoalition, says, "Nationally, one and Justice Center in Heber City. ed with the resources available to them three people are affected by domestic Oct. 12, Domestic Awareness in Summit and Wasatch Counties. violence. It can be children, women, Month activities continue with a can"The Hispanic community is part of and there are some men." Fitzpatrick dlelight vigil at the Egyptian Theatre. also says domestic violence is more The event will honor all victims of our community and we want them to know the services available." prevalent than being in a car accident. domestic violence with several events. To promote this effort, the Royal With statistics such as these, not According to Manalice Klein, manHeritage Ensemble of Salt Lake will only in Utah, but throughout the nation, aging director of the Egyptian Theatre. it is important to recognize Domestic "Carol Loomis called me first and told Local agencies combine efforts to raise awareness about abuse perform world music and visit with guests. Singers from South Summit High School will also provide entertainment for the evening. •Aside from musical guests, Jeannie Edens, director of victims* assistance in Summit County, and Mary Ford, a Park City police department officer and local resident, will speak about the impact of domestic violence in our communities. Winners of the poster contest will also be announced and prizes will be handed out. To end the evening, mini purple flashlights will be handed out to guests with the Wasatch County and Summit County victims1 assistance phone numbers. As Sally notes, "It's a community issue, not an individual issue. Its a much larger issue." Rencc Wood, executive director for the Peace House, adds, "It's about getting the whole community involved." The Summit and Wasatch County Domestic Violence Coalition will present its poster contest Sept. 20 through Oct. 1. Poster formsare available at participating schools, the Peace House administra ti on o ffice or at the Children's Justice Center in Heber City. The Summit and Wasatch Count}' Domestic Violence Coalition candlelight vigil will be held at the Egyptian Theatre. 328 Main St. in Park City Oct. 12 from 5:30-7p.m. Admission is free. For more infonmition. call 658-4739. 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