Ribbon cutting for Unified Child Advocacy Network
CARLINVILLE (Nov. 23, 2017) – Thursday afternoon, a ribbon-cutting ceremony took place for the Unified Child Advocacy Network center opening at 205 Oakland in Carlinville. The office helps with the assistance of children who have been abused. Shown, from left, are: Sharon Clagg, Executive Director of the Carlinville office; Shawn Kahl, Macoupin County Sheriff; Lisa Sullivan, wife of Hillsboro mayor Bryan Sullivan; Bryan Sullivan, mayor of Hillsboro; Carlinville Mayor Deanna Demuzio; Kim Noyes, board member for the Unified Child Advocacy Network; Grace Traylor, teen advocate; Detective Lori Gerdes of the Gillespie Police Department; Blackburn College President John Comerford; Chief Judge of the 7th Judicial Circuit Kenneth Deihl; and Carlinville Chamber of Commerce President Tim Rhodus. Carlinville Police Chief Dave Haley is not pictured but did attend.