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News : Chief's Tea And Brunch Set For April
Posted by Randy on 2014/1/9 7:53:12 (244 reads) News by the same author

The date has been announced for the 2nd Annual Chief's Tea and Brunch to benefit the Green Hills Women's Shelter and raise awareness about domestic violence.
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The event, sponsored by the Trenton Police Department and Green Hills Women's Shelter, is the morning of Friday, April 25th, from 9 until Noon. It's at the First Christian Church Activity Center.

Chief Wright said an announcement will be made in March regarding ticket prices, sales locations, and corporate sponsorships.

Questions can be directed to Trenton Police Chief Tommy Wright at the Trenton Police Department's non-emergency telephone number, or by email at Twright@trentonmo.com

The Green Hills Women's Shelter has locations in Trenton and Cameron.

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