Pinwheels Cover Courthouse Lawn for Child Abuse Prevention Month

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SCRANTON -- More than 1,200 pinwheels now dot the lawn at the Lackawanna County Courthouse.

Each pinwheel represents an abused child helped last year by the Children's Advocacy Center of NEPA.

The pinwheel signifies awareness into action.

The pinwheels will remain on Courthouse Square in downtown Scranton through the end of the April, which is national child abuse prevention month.


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