Rose Olmsted Advocacy Award winner announced

Published 9:33 am Monday, March 28, 2016

Freeborn County announced the nomination process for the 2016 Rose Olmsted Advocacy Award has been completed, and Andrea Hall has been chosen by the selection committee for this award.

Hall was recognized by the committee for the “outstanding commitment” she has provided in the advocacy for crime victims and her leadership role in crime prevention education in the community, according to a press release.

Hall has actively involved herself with various community-based victim service providers to sponsor programs and community presentations that address offender accountability. Hall does this by volunteering her time to participate on the Freeborn County Domestic Violence Partnership Committee, Child Protection Team, Domestic Violence Review Team and the Parenting Resource Consortium.

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According to a press release, the selection committee congratulates Hall on this award, as well as the other individuals who were nominated for the 2016 Rose Olmsted Advocacy Award and all those who work so diligently with advocacy issues in Freeborn County throughout the year.