CODA announces winner of tee shirt contest

Island News Editor Submits Winning Entry

Citizens Opposed to Domestic Abuse (CODA) is pleased to announce that Pamela Brownstein, Editor of the Island News, has won the Race4Love 5K Run/Walk Tee Shirt Design Contest.  This is the second time Brownstein has won this contest, which attracted a number of impressive entries. This winning entry will be represented on race t-shirts, as well as on promotional materials for the race, which is scheduled Saturday, February 14, 2015 at Cat Island.

“We had a number of wonderfully creative design entries this year, which made the decision difficult for the committee,” stated Kristin Dubrowski, CODA’s Executive Director. As the contest winner, Brownstein will receive a $100 prize, a t-shirt featuring her design, and one free entry into the 2015 Race4Love. The contest was promoted through the Race4Love website, Facebook and local newspapers.

For details on the race and to register, please visit: race4love.com

Since 1986, CODA has been helping survivors of domestic abuse break the cycle and build new lives for themselves and their families. Over the years, CODA has grown from a hotline and emergency shelter to offer a continuum of free services available in shelter and in the community including counseling, case management, legal services, transitional housing and community education.

For more information on Race4Love, contact: codarace4love@gmail.com or call (843) 770-1074 ext.221.  Please visit http://www.codalowcountry.org/  to learn more about domestic abuse and CODA’s services.

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