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Students help prevent abuse

I would like to thank the 65 talented Nevada Union and Forest Charter high school students (also the three Scotten and Lyman Gilmore students acting as emergency back-up puppeteers!) who participated in Child Advocates’ CAPINCS program this year.

They performed puppet shows that taught personal safety skills to over 3,000 pre-school and grade-school children in Western Nevada County. Your time and dedication to this important program do make a difference in the lives of our most vulnerable children, and your enthusiasm makes working with you a joy. I am so grateful to be part of this community where we are helping our children grow up free from abuse and neglect.

Inger Avery



Program Coordinator, Child Abuse Prevention in Nevada County Schools

Child Advocates of Nevada County


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