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April is Child Abuse Prevention Month



Please join me in the fight to stop child abuse. There are many ways you can show your support. I've listed some below. 

  1. Wear a blue ribbon every day in April and encourage others in your community to do so.
  2. Set a blue pinwheel in plain sight. 
  3. Reach out to a child.
  4. Get your nails or toes nails painted blue, and tell people why when they ask.
  5. Wear something blue. 
  6. Wear an ugly tie. 
  7. Help an overwhelmed parent.
  8. Tie blue ribbons around the trees in front of your house or office. 
  9. Listen to children.
  10. Wear a child-abuse prevention button.
  11. Hand out blue balloons at your work or schools. 
  12. Volunteer with programs that support families.
  13. Learn how to recognize child abuse symptoms.
  14. Solve problems without violence.
  15. Join CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates).
  16. Change your photo on Facebook and Twitter to a prevent child abuse symbol. 

If you choose any of these to show your support, please take a photo and post it on my Facebook fan page. 

Teresa
teresa@teresaburrell.com

My Schedule


May

May 11-13, 2018
South Bay Home & Garden Show
Long Beach Convention Center
300 E. Ocean Blvd.
Long Beach, CA 90802

SHOW HOURS
Friday–12 pm-7 pm
Saturday–10 am-7 pm
Sunday–10 am-5 pm


June 1st, 2nd, & 3rd, 2018
The OC Home & Garden Show

Anaheim Convention Center
800 W. Katella Ave., Anaheim, CA 92803

SHOW HOURS
Friday--12 Noon-7pm
Saturday--10am-7pm
Sunday--10am-5pm


June 29th, 30th, July 1st, 2018
The Ontario Home & Backyard Show
Ontario Convention Center
2000 E. Convention Ctr. Way, Ontario, CA 91764

SHOW HOURS
Friday--12 Noon-7pm
Saturday--10am-7pm
Sunday--10am-5pm


July

July 7th-9th, 2017
The Ontario Home & Backyard Show
Ontario Convention Center
2000 E. Convention Ctr. Way,
Ontario, CA 91764

SHOW HOURS
Friday–12 pm-7 pm
Saturday–10 am-7 pm
Sunday–10 am-5 pm
 

 

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San Diego, CA 92111

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