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Paterno Family to Speak at Child Abuse Awareness Event

Members of the Paterno family plan to speak at an annual child abuse prevention event in Harrisburg on April 10, according to a report in WGAL News 8.

The event, known formally as the Pennsylvania Family Support Alliance (PFSA) Breakfast will take place during April as part of Child Abuse Awareness month.

According to the official PFSA event page, the Paterno family members in attendance will provide the keynote address. Additionally in the posting, Angela Liddle, the Executive Director of PFSA commented on the opportunity to have the Paterno family speak at the event:

“We are pleased to welcome the Paterno family as we kick off Child Abuse Awareness Month. We believe that what they have to share will be helpful to many people. Their participation is part of our commitment to leading the state in creating awareness and educational trainings to prevent and recognize the signs of child abuse throughout the Commonwealth.”

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