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Training Center Gets Aid

Rotary Clubs Give To Prevent Child Abuse

Posted: February 7, 2013 at 5 a.m.

Fayetteville Police Cpl. David Williams talks Wednesday with members of the Gator Choir from Central Park Elementary School before a ceremony at the Bentonville Public Library. During the ceremony, four area Rotary Clubs presented checks totaling $44,500 for the National Child Protection Center at NorthWest Arkansas Community College in Bentonville. The choir performed the national anthem.

A service club widely known for its mission to eradicate a debilitating disease is demonstrating a commitment to help end another problem: child abuse.

At A Glance

Report Abuse

To report child abuse anonymously in Arkansas, call 1-800-482-5964.

Source: Staff Report

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Center Donation

For more information on donating to NorthWest Arkansas Community College’s campaign for a new National Child Protection Center facility, visit nwacc.edu/web/ncptc.

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