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Holding out hope

A woman reads a sign about a victim of domestic violence. Several names were read during a vigil Thursday night at New Denmark Park for domestic violence awareness. October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. --Brandi Hagen/Albert Lea Tribune

A woman reads a sign about a victim of domestic violence. Several names were read during a vigil Thursday night at New Denmark Park for domestic violence awareness. October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. –Brandi Hagen/Albert Lea Tribune

 

Dotti Honsey, Ilene Grosom and Albert Lea Police Department Lt. Jeff Strom spoke to more than 45 people gathered in New Denmark Park on Thursday during a vigil honoring those who have been victims of domestic violence. Signs with descriptions and photos of domestic violence victims were set up along the sidewalk with luminaries and balloons.

Dotti Honsey, Ilene Grosom and Albert Lea Police Department Lt. Jeff Strom spoke to more than 45 people gathered in New Denmark Park on Thursday during a vigil honoring those who have been victims of domestic violence. Signs with descriptions and photos of domestic violence victims were set up along the sidewalk with luminaries and balloons.