City fountain dyed purple for Domestic Violence Awareness month

Published on October 24, 2018 with No Comments

The City of Milton, in conjunction with Naval Air Station Whiting Field dyed the water in the downtown fountain purple in observance of Domestic Violence Awareness Month on October 22 at 4:30 p.m.

In attendance at the event included Naval Air Station Whiting Field’s Commanding Officer Paul Bowdich and Executive Officer Jim Brownlee, Milton City Councilman Alan Lowery, Councilman Jeff Snow, Councilwoman Mary Ellen Johnson, Mayor Wesley Meiss, Milton Police Chief Tony Tindell, Sheriff Bob Johnson, Pat Dillenback from Fleet and Family Support Services, Eugene Jackson, Fleet and Family Support Services, Dora Ford, Fleet and Family Support Services, Chelsea Mann-Younger, Favor House, Lauren Anzaldo, Fleet and Family Support Services, Sue Hand, Favor House, Stephen Prestesater, Main Street Milton and Lisa Burrus from Santa Rosa Sheriff’s Office.

Proclamation signers left to right: Mayor Wesley Meiss, Milton Chief of Police Tony Tindell, Lauren Anzaldo, Fleet and Family, NASWF CO Paul Bowdich, SRC Sheriff Bob Johnson, NASWF XO Jim Brownlee, Sue Hand, Favor House

A proclamation was signed by Mayor Wesley Meiss, Sheriff Bob Johnson, Milton Police Chief Tony Tindell, Lauren Anzaldo, Fleet and Family Support Services, NASWF Commanding Officer Paul Bowdich, NASWF Executive Officer Jim Brownlee, and Sue Hand, Favor House.

Mayor Wesley Meiss signs the proclamation

 

The purpose of the annual event is to bring support for domestic violence victims and to bring awareness for the community.

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