November 10, 2022
EAST WINDSOR, NJ (MERCER)–Mayor Janice Mironov, Deputy Mayor Peter Yeager, and Council Members Denise Daniels, David Russell, Alan Rosenberg and John Zoller, joined by Womanspace Chief Operating Officer, Client and Community Services Susan Victor and Chief of Police Jason Hart, proclaimed October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month, praising Womanspace and the Domestic Violence Victim Response Team “for their commendable efforts in focusing attention on the important community subject of domestic abuse and providing support and resources for abuse victims.”
Mayor Mironov noted, “East Windsor was the first municipality in Mercer County to step up and establish a Domestic Violence Victim Response Team with the help of Womanspace and our Police Department.” Mayor Mironov’s Proclamation reads, “The East Windsor Domestic Violence Victim Response Team and Womanspace have provided a coordinated community response that has served hundreds of local residents during its years of operation, and has improved many lives in our community by advocating the importance of victim safety as well as accountability for abusers. The pro-active commitment by East Windsor Township through its Domestic Violence Victim Response Team and Womanspace visibly demonstrates to our residents and surrounding municipalities that we are united in combating domestic violence and that it is unacceptable to our entire community.”
Mayor Mironov and Township officials further kicked off East Windsor Township’s participation in Womanspace December 5 “Communities of Light” encouraging residents and local groups to join in and support this event, geared to raise funds and awareness of domestic violence and services available to victims. Mayor Mironov stated, “We hope that our participation will help focus public attention on the important subject of domestic violence and to encourage residents to become more aware of support efforts available to victims and families. As a community, we wish to express our strong support for Womanspace and to recognize the important assistance they provide to victims of domestic violence.” She added, “the lighting of luminaries is a unique means of increasing local awareness of the ongoing presence of domestic violence in all of our communities and to serve as a symbol of hope for all those who struggle with violence in their homes.”
Mayor Mironov called on all residents and businesses to participate by purchasing candles and gathering at the East Windsor Municipal Building (16 Lanning Boulevard) on December 5, 2022 at 5 p.m. to light up the East Windsor Municipal Building, followed by light refreshments. Citizens can participate by purchasing luminary kits, containing six candles each, for $10 at any time at the Police/Municipal Court Building (80 One Mile Road) and bringing luminary kits to the event. All proceeds will go 100% directly to Womanspace, the primary Mercer County organization providing a comprehensive array of services to individuals affected by domestic violence and dedicated to improving the quality of life of abuse victims and their families. For further information, call (609) 448-5678, ext. 236.
Mayor Janice Mironov and Council Members present Proclamation recognizing Domestic Violence Awareness Month – October to Womanspace and kicks off East Windsor Township participation in the Womanspace “Communities of Light” event on Monday, December 5. Pictured (from left to right) are: Council Member Denise Daniels, Council Member David Russell, Womanspace Chief Operating Officer Susan Victor, Council Member Alan Rosenberg, Mayor Janice Mironov, Council Member John Zoller, Chief of Police Jason Hart and Deputy Mayor Peter Yeager.
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