Domestic Violence Awareness Community Forum

J.R. Larose, from the B.C. Lions who will be speaking about the team's “Be More than a Bystander

In support of Domestic Violence Awareness, the Upper Fraser Valley Regional Detachment RCMP, as part of the Purple Light Night Committee, which includes a range of community partners, will be hosting a Community Forum on Thursday, October 30, 2014.

The purpose of the forum is to educate the community as to what resources are available for someone who might be a victim of violence or knows someone who is.  It will host J.R. Larose, from the B.C. Lions who will be speaking about the team’s “Be More than a Bystander, breaking the silence on violence against women” campaign.

The forum will be held at Chilliwack City Hall, 8550 Young Road, from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM, doors will open at 6:30 PM.

The forum is a public service event, there is no charge and children are welcome.   All members of the community are encouraged to attend.

This forum is part of the continuing Purple Light Nights domestic violence awareness campaign throughout October.

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