Cindy Small


The Crusaders for Kids 5K Walk/Run Oct. 9 through Oct. 17 raises much needed funds and creates awareness about child abuse in our community. Any hero can join the crusade against child abuse. The Adams County Children’s Advocacy Center brings together law enforcement, child protection, prosecution, mental health, medical and victim advocates – to work together in helping end child abuse. You can be a crusader too by signing up for the Crusaders for Kids 5K.

You don’t have to run. Be creative. Run, walk, hike, bike, swim. Or spend quality time with a child. Chalk your driveway with a drawing of Crusader or with the words ‘Crusaders to end child abuse.’ Have your kids wear their Crusader cape and take a walk through your neighborhood – it doesn’t have to be 3.1 miles if you’re accustomed to a shorter walk. We want you to keep it simple and meaningful.”

Cindy Small is president of the Adams County Children’s Advocacy Center board of directors.

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