Child Advocacy Center Holiday Open House a Success

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Elizabeth Parker, Deirdre Lackey, Sharon De Boer, and Kelvin Jones attend the Child Advocacy Center Holiday Open House on Friday.
Regina Whitley and Tameika Gray from Department of Children’s Services enjoyed the luncheon at the Child Advocacy Center Holiday Open House.
Guests enjoyed the luncheon at the Child Advocacy Center Holiday Open House.
Det. Phil Brooks, Det. Patty Hillis, Sgt. John Liehr, Det. Kevin Eubank, Det. Dustin Fait, Shirley Key, and Det. Andrea Knox enjoyed the luncheon at the Child Advocacy Center Holiday Open House.
Guests enjoyed the luncheon at the Child Advocacy Center Holiday Open House.

Murfreesboro Police Chief Glenn Chrisman says it's one of his favorite Murfreesboro Christmas traditions. We're talking about the Child Advocacy Center Holiday Open House. The event is hosted every year by the Child Advocacy Center Board of Directors and staff. This year the Open House was held at lunch time on Friday, December 5th.

The 15th annual open house honored the members of the Child Protective Investigative Team. Child Advocacy Center Director Sharon De Boer says they work their hearts out every day protecting Rutherford and Cannon County child abuse victims. She adds the Holiday Open House is a way to show the Child Protective Investigative Team and all of the Child Advocacy Center's many supporters how much they're appreciated.

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