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Taking notice: Advocate's awards richly deserved

 Last week the Kansas Coalition Against Sexual and Domestic Violence presented one of its highest awards to Laura Brown, an advocate from the Family Crisis Center in Great Bend.
Perhaps few people in Topeka were aware of Brown’s good work spanning some 15 years, until her boss, Laura Patzner, nominated her for the Juliene Maska Advocate of the Year Award. But they took note when Patzner wrote, “She works tirelessly, leaving before the sun comes up to reach communities in time for court cases, law enforcement interviews, school appointments and to provide supportive services, assist with protection orders and ...


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