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National Crime Victims Rights Week Kick-off and Fundraiser!

Community Advocates Against Sexual Assault (CAASA) will be holding a kick-off for National Crime Victims Rights Week, April 26- May 2, and in Humboldt County on April 26.
The event will be held at the Winnemucca Pizzeria on Bridge Street from 2:30- 5:00 p.m.
Speakers with be Mayor DiAn Putnam and County Commissioner Tom Fransway!
We are inviting all agencies and organizations who serve crime victims to come and raise awareness about the crime victims' rights. If your agency or organization has any materials, brochures, pamphlets, etc., you would like to get out to the public, please bring them!
This is an opportunity for all the voices of crime victims to be heard and we hope that you will be able to join us!
There will also be a fundraiser, which will go toward CAASA to help us with funding the services we provide for survivors and secondary survivors of sexual violence: such as counseling and emergency needs.
For the fundraiser, we will be having some wonderful donated items!

Two beautiful quilts made by Irene Burkholder and quilted by DiAn Putnam
home telephone system with 3 handsets donated by A&G Telephone
Jewelry piece donated by Pink Flamingo Designs
$50 gift certificate from Gen X Computing
free haircut from Tovi HIlbish

Raffles for the fundraiser are $1 each or 6 for $5. Participants do not have to be present to win a raffle, we will contact you.
Tickets for the event itself are $10 each, which will supply you with a buffet of pizza, salad, knots, and a soda! Seating is limited, however, so buy your tickets now!

To purchase tickets to the fundraiser and awareness event, or to purchase raffle tickets, contact Humboldt CAASA at::
775-623-2328, 304-1114

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