Great Lakes women will have a domestic violence refuge within weeks

By Marco Magasic
Updated September 23 2015 - 11:52am, first published September 21 2015 - 12:00am
OPEN SOON: Great Lakes Women's Shelter president Julie Brady, mayor Jan McWilliams, Forster Neighbourhood Centre manager Trish Wallace and councillor Jim Morwitch. Two buildings that will house women escaping domestic violence will be open in the Great Lakes soon.

WOMEN escaping domestic violence in the Great Lakes will have access to a refuge within eight weeks thanks to community fundraising, pledges-in-kind and state government funding.

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