The Children’s Advocacy and Protection Center of Catawba County exists to build a community dedicated to the prevention of and the coordinated response to child abuse and neglect.
It is never comfortable for any of us to imagine that child physical or sexual abuse takes place in our backyard, but it does.The Children’s Advocacy and Protection Center works as an advocate on behalf of the children and youth in our community who suffer from abuse each year.
The Current Bid is $2,000.00
A highlight of the silent auction is a stunning handmade table made by Eddie Hamrick.
It is a live edge slab table with a 2” thick big leaf curly maple burl top inlaid with turquoise. The base is quarter sawn white oak forming a trestle base reminiscent of railroad trestles in western North Carolina. The table measures 66” long by 24” wide and stands 34” tall. It has an oil based waterproof finish that can be used inside only as a buffet table, a serving table, or a hall table.
- Live Edge Slab Table
- 2″ Thick Curly Maple Burl Top
- Turquoise Inlay
- White Oak Trestle Base
- 66″ L x 24″ W x 34″ H
UPCOMING EVENTS AND NEWS
2019 Children’s Protection Award
The Children’s Protection Award, previously called the Hancock-Settlemyre Award, was established in 1980 in honor of Dr. Millie Hancock Schumpert, former Hickory physician, and Jean Settlemyre Tashman, former administrator of Frye Regional Medical Center, who were among the founders of the original “Task Force for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect”.
This prestigious award honors the individual, community group, or business whose efforts have reduced family stress and improved the quality of family life, thereby reducing the risk of child abuse and neglect in Catawba County.
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Other Upcoming Events
- Denim & Diamonds at Heritage Barn on April 6th at 6:30pm
- An Evening of Hope for our Children at Hickory Soup Kitchen on April 16th at 6:00pm (Click Here to View Flyer)
“This project was supported by sub-grant # PROJO10905 awarded by the North Carolina Governor’s Crime Commission. The opinions, findings, conclusions,
and recommendations expressed in this publication/program/exhibition are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views
of the State of North Carolina or the U.S. Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women.”