Domestic violence counselors, advocates and victims in Franklin County, Pa., will join state Rep. Jeffrey Coy, D-Franklin, at a Harrisburg, Pa., rally via satellite today to kick off the fourth annual Women and Addictions Awareness Week.
Women In Need (WIN), Catholic charities, which provides an educational treatment program for batterers and a domestic violence counseling group from Shippensburg University, will downlink with the Capitol event from 11 a.m. to noon at the Chambersburg Public Library, 102 N. Main St.
Alisha Sanbower, WIN's education coordinator, will speak via satellite to the rally in Harrisburg.
Women and Addictions Awareness Week in Pennsylvania is observed March 15-20 to raise awareness about issues of addiction and recovery as they relate to women.
Frederick County, Md., Public Schools employees will have the opportunity to get some personal financial planning tips at a seminar from 4 to 8 p.m. Wednesday at Gov. Thomas Johnson High School in Frederick, Md.