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  • State Police plan motorcycle ride against domestic violence

  • The 10th Annual Delaware State Police Ride for Domestic Violence Awareness will be held on Saturday Oct. 12.
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  • The 10th Annual Delaware State Police Ride for Domestic Violence Awareness will be held on Saturday Oct. 12 beginning at Delaware State Police Headquarters, Dover.
    The police-escorted ride will travel through scenic areas of Kent and New Castle counties and end at Bogey's Grill in Middletown.
    Sign up is from 9 to 10 a.m. and the cost is $20 per person. The first 150 riders will receive a commemorative T-shirt and pin, and the first 500 will receive a D.V. awareness wristband.
    The purpose of this event is to raise public awareness of the devastating effects domestic violence has on victims as well as the community. To end domestic violence, communities as a whole must reach out to victims of domestic violence and let them know that help is available.
    For additional information call Debbie Reed at (302) 739-3711 or Adrienne Owen at (302) 741-2822.

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