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Archive for May 2013

Domestic Violence Law Under Scrutiny

CFVC’s Executive Director Meg Rogers along with Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office Lieutenant Jay Baker are featured along with other professionals in WSB’s recent coverage of issues of firearms removal from Domestic Violence Offenders.

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A Survivor's Story: Amanda Fleming

CFVC is the largest transitional housing complex for victims of domestic violence in the country. That being said, we see hundreds of women and children come through our doors. One of those women was Amanda, who came to live with us in December, 2005. Amanda had been run over by a car driven by her…

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Ping Segars Salon Raises Funds for CFVC

Executive Director, Meg Rogers receives a donation from Ping Segars, owner of Ping Segars Salon.  Ping and her customers raised $650 during a recent afternoon.  For a $30 donation, salon customers received a conditioning treatment, blow dry and a Mary Kay makeover.  A huge thank you goes out to Ping and her fabulous clients!

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