Candlelight vigil honors domestic violence victims


Photos by Nola Sizemore|Daily Enterprise Harlan County Domestic Violence Victim Advocate Sheryl Caudel spoke at a candlelight vigil held at the Harlan County Courthouse recently where those who lost their lives to domestic violence were remembered and those who have survived were honored.


As part of the Harlan County Domestic Violence candlelight vigil held recently, Lonnie Milwee, of Baxter, entertained those participating with music, singing a variety of songs.


Harlan District Judge Jeff Brock talked about his role in addressing domestic violence issues in the county during a candlelight vigil held recently at the Harlan County Courthouse.


Playing an autoharp was Phyllis Farley, of Watts Creek, during a recent candlelight vigil hosted by the Harlan County Domestic Violence Council honoring victims of domestic violence.


Singing along with Lonnie Milwee during a recent candlelight vigil held at the Harlan County Courthouse was Meg Brock, daughter of Harlan District Judge Jeff Brock and his wife, Michelle.


Jim Woodring, domestic violence counselor at Presbyterian Family Counseling in Pineville and a member of the Harlan County Domestic Violence Council, spoke during a candlelight vigil which was held to raise awareness about domestic violence.


Fighting the elements, rain and high winds, members of the Harlan County Domestic Violence Council had to move their annual candlelight vigil indoors at the Harlan County Courthouse recently. Lighting candles to honor those who lost their lives to domestic violence, those surviving were also honored symbolically through the lighting of the candles.


Photos by Nola Sizemore|Daily Enterprise

Harlan County Domestic Violence Victim Advocate Sheryl Caudel spoke at a candlelight vigil held at the Harlan County Courthouse recently where those who lost their lives to domestic violence were remembered and those who have survived were honored.

As part of the Harlan County Domestic Violence candlelight vigil held recently, Lonnie Milwee, of Baxter, entertained those participating with music, singing a variety of songs.

Harlan District Judge Jeff Brock talked about his role in addressing domestic violence issues in the county during a candlelight vigil held recently at the Harlan County Courthouse.

Playing an autoharp was Phyllis Farley, of Watts Creek, during a recent candlelight vigil hosted by the Harlan County Domestic Violence Council honoring victims of domestic violence.

Singing along with Lonnie Milwee during a recent candlelight vigil held at the Harlan County Courthouse was Meg Brock, daughter of Harlan District Judge Jeff Brock and his wife, Michelle.

Jim Woodring, domestic violence counselor at Presbyterian Family Counseling in Pineville and a member of the Harlan County Domestic Violence Council, spoke during a candlelight vigil which was held to raise awareness about domestic violence.

Fighting the elements, rain and high winds, members of the Harlan County Domestic Violence Council had to move their annual candlelight vigil indoors at the Harlan County Courthouse recently. Lighting candles to honor those who lost their lives to domestic violence, those surviving were also honored symbolically through the lighting of the candles.

Photos by Nola Sizemore|Daily Enterprise Harlan County Domestic Violence Victim Advocate Sheryl Caudel spoke at a candlelight vigil held at the Harlan County Courthouse recently where those who lost their lives to domestic violence were remembered and those who have survived were honored.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_Vigil1.jpgPhotos by Nola Sizemore|Daily Enterprise Harlan County Domestic Violence Victim Advocate Sheryl Caudel spoke at a candlelight vigil held at the Harlan County Courthouse recently where those who lost their lives to domestic violence were remembered and those who have survived were honored.

As part of the Harlan County Domestic Violence candlelight vigil held recently, Lonnie Milwee, of Baxter, entertained those participating with music, singing a variety of songs.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_Vigil2.jpgAs part of the Harlan County Domestic Violence candlelight vigil held recently, Lonnie Milwee, of Baxter, entertained those participating with music, singing a variety of songs.

Harlan District Judge Jeff Brock talked about his role in addressing domestic violence issues in the county during a candlelight vigil held recently at the Harlan County Courthouse.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_Vigil3.jpgHarlan District Judge Jeff Brock talked about his role in addressing domestic violence issues in the county during a candlelight vigil held recently at the Harlan County Courthouse.

Playing an autoharp was Phyllis Farley, of Watts Creek, during a recent candlelight vigil hosted by the Harlan County Domestic Violence Council honoring victims of domestic violence.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_Vigil4.jpgPlaying an autoharp was Phyllis Farley, of Watts Creek, during a recent candlelight vigil hosted by the Harlan County Domestic Violence Council honoring victims of domestic violence.

Singing along with Lonnie Milwee during a recent candlelight vigil held at the Harlan County Courthouse was Meg Brock, daughter of Harlan District Judge Jeff Brock and his wife, Michelle.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_Vigil5.jpgSinging along with Lonnie Milwee during a recent candlelight vigil held at the Harlan County Courthouse was Meg Brock, daughter of Harlan District Judge Jeff Brock and his wife, Michelle.

Jim Woodring, domestic violence counselor at Presbyterian Family Counseling in Pineville and a member of the Harlan County Domestic Violence Council, spoke during a candlelight vigil which was held to raise awareness about domestic violence.

http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_Vigil6.jpg

Jim Woodring, domestic violence counselor at Presbyterian Family Counseling in Pineville and a member of the Harlan County Domestic Violence Council, spoke during a candlelight vigil which was held to raise awareness about domestic violence.

Fighting the elements, rain and high winds, members of the Harlan County Domestic Violence Council had to move their annual candlelight vigil indoors at the Harlan County Courthouse recently. Lighting candles to honor those who lost their lives to domestic violence, those surviving were also honored symbolically through the lighting of the candles.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_Vigil7.jpgFighting the elements, rain and high winds, members of the Harlan County Domestic Violence Council had to move their annual candlelight vigil indoors at the Harlan County Courthouse recently. Lighting candles to honor those who lost their lives to domestic violence, those surviving were also honored symbolically through the lighting of the candles.
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