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Posted on: November 14, 2019

C.A.S.E. Unveils New Website, Window Display at Lancaster County Building

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Lancaster County Campaign Against Sexual Exploitation of Children (CASE) recently launched a new look online while also unveiling a revamped window display at the front of Lancaster County’s Government Center.

The window display fits CASE’s mission of raising public awareness about how often children become victims of sexual abuse and what can be done to protect our youth.

One windowpane reads:

One in four girls and one in six boys will be sexually victimized before they reach adulthood.

The shocking statistics – “1 IN 4” and “1 IN 6” – are in large-font print on the windows.

A colorful backdrop of Lancaster County-themed scenery and community accompanies the numbers on West Chestnut Street.

Online - at lancastercountycase.org – there are a number of resources, current news topics, and a summation of CASE’s history and purpose.

Spanish American Civic Association (SACA) and the Lancaster County District Attorney’s Office co-chair the Lancaster County chapter.

Sandra Valdez, COO of SACA, spoke at the Nov. 8 ceremony at the county building, telling a crowd that the window display and new website allow easier access to resources on such a crucial issue.

Sarah Fritz, Community Outreach Coordinator for the DA’s Office, was a driver behind the redesigns.

Pennant Creatives did the website work and the window display design. (They donated the latter.)

To learn more about CASE or become involved, visit the new website or send an email to CASE@co.lancaster.pa.us.

Other CASE members are:

Lancaster County Juvenile Probation Office, Lancaster County Chiefs of Police Association, Lancaster County Children & Youth, Safe Communities, The Office of Senator Scott Martin, YWCA Lancaster, Penn State College of Nursing.

MEDIA CONTACT: Brett A. Hambright, 717-295-2041; bhambright@co.lancaster.pa.us; Twitter: @BrettHambright

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