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EHS teachers, pastors, police officers and domestic violence survivors participate in domestic violence vigil

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  Everett High School teachers, domestic violence survivors, police officers, pastors and other community members celebrated Domestic Violence Awareness Month – held annually in October – during a vigil at the Police Station last Thursday afternoon.

—Tara Vocino may be reached at printjournalist1@gmail.com.

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Zion Church Ministries Senior Pastor Bishop Robert Brown said the community must work alongside the police department to help fight domestic violence.
Domestic violence survivor Amata Cucuzza, whose mother Ersilia Cataldo Matarazzo died at the hands of domestic violence, said she and her family hope to bring a glimpse of hope.
Domestic violence survivor Gina Maniscalco shared her story.
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Portal To Hope Executive Director Deborah Fallon is shown during last Thursday afternoon’s domestic violence vigil at the Police Station.
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Police Chief Steven Mazzie said recognizing emotions for all genders is important to help stop domestic violence.

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