April 3, 2012

lewisginter:

Pinwheels for Prevention. In recognition of Child Abuse Prevention Month, more than 3,000 pinwheels have been “planted” in the Children’s Garden along the lake edge. Each pinwheel represents a child in Virginia who has been served during the past year by Prevent Child Abuse Virginia’s Healthy Families program. The pinwheels will be on display at the Garden until April 30.

(Photos by Garrett McLees)

I would love to see a little video of this. Props to our friends at Lewis Gintner for such a thoughtful way of supporting a good cause. ~AR

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    Pinwheels for Prevention. In recognition of Child Abuse Prevention Month, more than 3,000 pinwheels have been “planted”...
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    I adore pinwheels and am a survivor of child abuse. This makes my heart smile. ;)
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    This is such a unique and eye-catching recognition: the pictures don’t do it justice. Since the pinwheels are metallic...
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    I would love to see a little video of this. Props to our friends at Lewis Gintner for such a thoughtful way of...
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