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NWTC students say no more violence

Author: Casey M Fryda

Wednesday March 4, 2015
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(March 4, 2015) GREEN BAY – Northeast Wisconsin Technical College students want to stop domestic violence and help those in dangerous relationships find a way out. Students from Supply Chain Management Club and Team Building/Problem Solving class invite the public to the No More Violence benefit on Saturday, March 7 at Replays Sports Bar in De Pere from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m.

“Domestic abuse is in every community. We need to help victims become survivors,” said Sarah Schultz, NWTC student and event organizer. 

Money raised will go to Golden House in Green Bay.

“Victims do not need to keep silent, there is help and talking or going to Golden House is the first step in staying safe and getting out of an abusive relationship,” Schultz added.   

The event features live music, games, food, raffle and silent auction plus ​photo ops with former Green Bay Packer Johnny Gray and an appearance by Green Bay Mayor Jim Schmitt. 

Golden House provides safety and support to victims of domestic violence while leading community efforts to end domestic abuse.​​​​

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