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Free Class To Help Prevent Child Abuse

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The Fannin County Children's Center makes it a mission to protect local kids. Now, they're offering free classes for adults to help recognize the signs of child abuse and how to report child abuse.

The classes are scheduled for Tuesday July 9th 5:30pm - 7:00pm and Thursday July 11th from 12noon - 1:30pm . The classes will be held at the Fannin County Children's Center, located at 112 West Fifth Street in Bonham.

To register: 903-583-4339 or email tara@fanninccc.org

For more information about this event and how you can help local children go to

http://www.fanninccc.org/