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Making A Difference | The story behind Randi’s Race

To date, more than $350,000 has been raised through “Randi’s Race”.
And that money now supports, “Randi’s House of Angels,” which provides therapeutic programs for children who are victims of domestic violence.

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Randi’s Race honors a memory and supports local victims of domestic violence

Randi’s Race honors a memory and supports local victims of domestic violence | PennLive.comhttp://www.pennlive.com/running/2016/05/randis_race_to_support_local_v.htmlThe race is run in memory of Randi Lee Trimble, who was murdered in 2003.

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Mother of murder victim continues work to help others

Mother of murder victim continues work to help others | West Shore | cumberlink.comhttp://cumberlink.com/news/local/communities/west_shore/mother-of-murder-victim-continues-work-to-help-others/article_9310fc93-f47c-5018-bacf-0c1390ac46db.htmlCAMP HILL – Randi Trimble’s last moments were filled with struggle. She pulled into her garage at her home on Wood Street in East Pennsboro Township in January 2003 not

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Softball Raises Awareness For Domestic Violence Victims at Friday’s Doubleheader With Millersville

Softball Raises Awareness For Domestic Violence Victims at Friday’s Doubleheader With Millersville –http://www.shipraiders.com/news/2015/4/17/SB_0417154906.aspx?print=trueSHIPPENSBURG, Pa. – The Shippensburg University softball team hosted a Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Eastern Division doubleheader with its longtime rival…

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Millersville and Shippensburg Softball to Raise Awareness for Domestic Violence

Millersville and Shippensburg Softball to Raise Awareness for Domestic Violence – Millersville University Athleticshttp://www.millersvilleathletics.com/news/2015/4/14/SB_0414155241.aspx?path=softballThe Millersville and Shippensburg softball teams have made their doubleheader on April 17 Domestic Violence Awareness Day to give the issue the attention it deserves and to honor the tragic passing of Millersville student, Karlie Hall.

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“Randi’s kIDZ Club” wrapped up a successful 10 week pilot educational/support group on January 22, 2015

The group, facilitated in collaboration with Domestic Violence Intervention of Lebanon County (DVI) had 5 group members ages 6-9. All group members were victims and/or been exposed domestic violence in their homes. Read Full Article (PDF): 2015-02-20-kIDZ-club-newsletter-article

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