Capitol puts pinwheels in lawn for Child Abuse Prevention Month - WKRN News 2

Capitol places pinwheels in lawn for Child Abuse Prevention Month

Posted: Updated: March 27, 2013 04:14 PM
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -

Dozens of pinwheels line the lawn of Tennessee's State Capitol.

Governor Bill Haslam and his wife Crissy kicked off Child Abuse Prevention Month on Wednesday by planting the garden of pinwheels.

The garden represents happy, healthy children and their bright futures.

The Pinwheels for Prevention campaign is designed to heighten public awareness about child abuse and neglect in communities and around the state.

The public is also invited to bring attention to the cause by wearing blue on April 5, "Wear Blue Day," in support of child abuse prevention.

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