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Mar 19

Washington State Charlie & Braden Act update

On March 12th the Washington State Charlie and Braden Act (SB- 5162) Passed in the State Senate, and has been sent to the State House for action. 2013-03-14 House First reading, referred to Judiciary 2013-03-12 Senate Third reading, passed; yeas, 48; nays, 1; absent, 0; excused, 0. We are encouraged with this, and hope it becomes …

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Mar 19

Team Charlie’s Dinosaur takes the Plunge for Special Olympics

On Saturday February 25th, at Owens Beach in Tacoma, Washington, the first annual Special Olympic’s Polar Bear Plunge was held.  The Event raised more than 75,000.00 dollars for Special Olympics, and “Team Charlie’s Dinosaur” was there.  A hearty group of about 30 “Team Charlie’s Dinosaur” Tee-shirted supporters, representing the largest non-commercial group, braved 40 degree …

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Mar 19

Welcome New Subscribers

I have been noticing a steady number of people subscribing to the page and it encourages me to work on the site more.  I  would like to welcome and thank each of our new subscribers.

Jan 31

Washington State “Charlie and Braden Powell Act”

Jan. 31, 2013 A bill called the Charlie-Braden Act barring custody to murder suspects will be heard by the Senate Law and Justice committee in Olympia Friday, in a public hearing. <http://www.leg.wa.gov/Senate/Committees/LAW/Pages/default.aspx>  The bill is named in honor of Charlie and Braden Powell, (Susan Cox Powell’s Sons) who were killed by their father in a murder-suicide …

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Jan 11

“Hidden in Plain Sight” Human Trafficing Workshop and Awareness Event

We were pleased to attend  and add our support to the fight against human trafficking, abduction, and exploitation. We join with and applaud those responsible for this event, the Rotary Clubs of Thruston County, Lacey, Yelm, Olympia, West Olympia, South Puget Sound, The Tronie Foundation,  Zonta Club of Olympia, Zonta District 8, The Community Foundation of Puget Sound, The …

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Jan 10

Elizabeth Smart and Rani Hong speak in Olympia

                                                      Sorry for the Late notice but tonight Elizabeth Smart will be the keynote speaker in Lacey, Washington.   Please support this event. Location: Marcus Pavillion at Saint Martin’s University …

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Jan 02

Purple Ribbon Party & Christmas Box Donations

On Tuesday, December 11, several friends of Susan in Utah, along with others who never met her, gathered at Hunter Library in West Valley City to collect donations for the Christmas Box House, an organization which helps abused and neglected kids taken into state protection. We also made purple ribbons to give away as reminders …

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Dec 29

Jessie Funk to perform live, Susan’s Song “A Dream Away”

Performance of song to honor Susan Cox-Powell The Utah Domestic Violence Council are delighted to announce that there will be a special performance of “Susan’s song: A Dream Away” at next week’s ceremony of remembrance to recall all of 2012’s victims of domestic violence related deaths at the Capitol Building. The song, which was only …

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Dec 29

Utah Domestic Violence Coalition Remembrance

On January 2nd at Noon at the State Capitol in Salt Lake City, Utah, there will be a special event to remember those victims of domestic violence in the state of Utah.  Please view the attached flyer for details.  UDVC flyer   We are honored to be associated with the Utah Domestic violence Coalition.  The Susan …

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Dec 20

Michael McLean “Forgotten Carols” Concert Remembers

Michael’s performance of “The Forgotten Carols” on Monday the 17th was dedicated to those lost in Newtown, CT. and their families. The audience observed a minute of silence, to pray and remember. On Tuesday, December 18th, the Cox family were privileged to attend “The Forgotten Carols”, the play written by Michael Mclean 21 years ago. The play provides comfort and peace to many that have suffered tragic loss.  …

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