Powerful partnerships form to stop tellurian trafficking

Powerful partnerships form to stop tellurian trafficking

Powerful partnerships form to stop tellurian trafficking

Ronald Nuss-Warren, late pastor, delivers a shutting request during a No Girl For Sale assembly on Oct. 8. About 70 people participated in a travel that finished during 18th Street Park to move recognition to tellurian trafficking.

Powerful partnerships form to stop tellurian trafficking

Powerful partnerships form to stop tellurian trafficking

Kay Crister, boss of a women’s organisation during a First Church of God in Scottsbluff, delivers a personal story about a conditions that happened final summer where she believed she should have alerted authorities. Crister spoke alongside Kevin Spencer, Chief of Police for Scottbluff Police Department, and Lisa Betz-Marquez, left, boss of Scotts Bluff County Soroptimists.



Posted: Saturday, Oct 8, 2016 4:00 pm

Powerful partnerships form to stop tellurian trafficking

JEFF SMITH Staff Reporter
jsmith@starherald.com

Star Herald

During Saturday mornings “No Girl For Sale” recognition walk, about 70 people took a mount opposite tellurian trafficking. Afterward a vast throng collected for a assembly during a 18th Street Park,

Some carried signs, some came a prolonged ways to attend in a walk, and some were concerned in a internal Soroptimist International organization. They all walked with a vigilant to lift recognition of tellurian trafficking in a community.

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