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Community invited tonight: 'Time to Talk,' a presentation on dating violence

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[September 24, 2007]  Parents of teens and preteens, and anyone concerned for a friend, don't miss this opportunity to learn the signs of a troubled relationship. Learn how to open communications and what to do.

"Time to Talk" takes place tonight (Monday) at 8 at the Lincoln College Johnston Center.

A presentation will be given by Vicki Crompton Tetter, who lost her daughter to an abusive boyfriend n 1986. Since Jenny’s death, Vicki has been active in educating teens, parents and counselors on the problem of teen dating violence. She has appeared on national TV: "Oprah Winfrey Show," "Today Show," "60 Minutes II" and MSNBC, among others. She is the co-author of the book "Saving Beauty From the Beast: A Guide for Parents and Teens" and has authored several magazine articles.

The presentation is brought to you by the Lincoln College Office of Health Services and sponsored by the Lincoln College Counseling Office and the Domestic Abuse and Violence Task Force of the Healthy Communities Partnership.

[A public service announcement from LDN]

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