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Hannah Shaffer, 19, of East Liverpool stands beside artwork she submitted to the 6th Yearly Artisans In opposition to Domestic Violence Artwork Show Saturday. (Image by Danielle Garner)

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EAST PALESTINE–County youth joined Columbiana County Office of Position and Family members Solutions along with John and Daryl Hersh of Ozer Ministries Saturday for the 6th Once-a-year Artisans Against Domestic Violence Art Show.

Equally the East Liverpool and Columbiana Way Station encouraged the youthful women included with Ladies Top Our World (GLOW) to participate and improve recognition of domestic violence.

GLOW consists of coordinating younger females with mentors and steerage by way of fellowship. GLOW hosts young women of all ages who talk and discuss a number of matters whilst enjoying crafts, team game titles, photo exciting and manicures.

“We are training these youthful women so several different things which include overall body impression, good self-converse. But, a person of the items we also like to discuss on is the crimson flags and the inexperienced flags in interactions,” Way Station Director Chaney Nezbeth described.

Mark Blackburn Spouse of the East Liverpool Way Station Director, values the relationship constructed between neighborhood companies and Ozer Ministries.

“It receives the word out. The awareness out. The abuse that most folks don’t see or listen to about,” he reported.

Hannah Shaffer of East Liverpool attended a further occasion, motivating her to participate in the art exhibit.

“Just hearing the testimonies of the females, it’s just truly touched me and produced me know it is genuine, incredibly actual,” Shaffer explained.

Shaffer’s aunt, Cindy Davie, explained seeing her niece’s’ artwork as a “punch in the gut.”

Davie is surprised how significantly insight her young niece experienced about domestic violence.

According to Blackburn this is the third year GLOW has participated in the show.

“We attempt and help the girls construct up their self-esteem and to plan for their future and also understand to be a section of their community and give again to their neighborhood,” Director of the East Liverpool Way Station Tammy Blackburn said.

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