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WCAC receives support

WCAC receives support

The Williamson County Child Advocacy Center was presented with a check in the amount of $2,000 from the Franklin Rotary at Breakfast Club.

The WCCAC is an organization that combats child abuse by coordinating services to children and their families in crisis and providing community education focused on prevention and early intervention. Dr. Ruth Ford, Chair of the Rotary Club’s Charities Committee, presented WCCAC Executive Director Kelly O’Connor with the check that will fund 100 counseling sessions for children who have been sexually abused.

In addition to serving Williamson County, the WCCAC serves the entire 21st Judicial District which includes, Hickman, Lewis, and Perry Counties. Since opening in September of 2000, the WCCAC has served more than 540 victims of child abuse, 471 from Williamson County alone. For additional information about the Williamson County Child Advocacy Center and the services provided, please visit

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Chartered in 1990, the Franklin Rotary at Breakfast Club has benefited numerous organizations in the community. Rotary International, a worldwide organization of professional leaders that provides humanitarian service, goodwill and promotes high ethical standards, is currently celebrating its 100th year. Their motto, “Service above Self” has served to strengthen communities across the globe.