ONE ACT – Tric Fletcher

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The cast of “Rage Against Violence” will lead the audience through experiencing domestic violence using the voices of those closest to it, right here in our community. First hand stories and emotions are used to bring the real life experience to light. Helping to tell the story is Tric Fletcher, a familiar face and voice in our Region. We are honoured that she wholeheartedly supports this project and that she will be taking this...

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ONE ACT – Pat Aplevich

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 We are honoured to introduce to you one of our featured readers in the upcoming production “Rage Against Violence”. Pat Aplevich is a long time resident of Kitchener – Waterloo and has contributed in many ways to making our community a kinder, better place to be. As a mother and grandmother, her dedication to caring extends inwards and outwards. She has even been rewarded for her community service several times:  2014 Zonta...

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Abuse of women damages kids; help yourself, help your kids.

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So many kids stay at shelters operated by Women’s Crisis Services of Waterloo Region each year that they could fill 10 primary school classes. Many of them are in actual primary school classes, if they are even old enough to attend school, as 80% of those kids are 10 years old or younger. Nearly half of all women fleeing an abusive relationship bring children with them to one of two shelters in Waterloo Region. That means that at any one time...

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