Abigail’s Arms

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ABIGAIL'S ARMS ON KGAF

February, 2019

Shirl Ward speaks with Dee Blanton on KGAF Hometown Radio.

December, 2018

Kim Cook and Karon Sullivant speaks with Dee Blanton on KGAF Hometown Radio.

November, 2018

Shirl Ward speaks with Dee Blanton on KGAF Hometown Radio.

October, 2018

Rosina Salsman and Ginger Johnson speak with Dee Blanton on KGAF Hometown Radio.

September, 2018

Board members Karon Sullivant, Leslie Nichols, Jan Cain speak with Dee Blanton on KGAF Hometown Radio.

August, 2018

Ginger Johnson (Program Director of the Child Advocacy Center of Cooke County) and Yvonne Knowland (Abigail’s Arms Volunteer Coordinator) speak with Dee Blanton on KGAF Hometown Radio.

July, 2018

Ginger Johnson (Program Director of the Child Advocacy Center of Cooke County) and Karen Egstrom (Battering Intervention and Prevention Facilitator) speak with Dee Blanton on KGAF Hometown Radio.

June, 2018

Rosina Salsman (Development Director), Michael Bonn (Operations), & John Salsman (Operations) speak with Dee Blanton on KGAF Hometown Radio.

May, 2018

Ginger Johnson (Child Advocacy Center Program Director) & Sharon Forney (S.A.N.E. Nurse) speaks with Dee Blanton on KGAF Hometown Radio.

April, 2018

Ginger Johnson (Child Advocacy Center Program Director) speaks with Dee Blanton on KGAF Hometown Radio.

March, 2018

Shirley Ward (Director of Shelter and Family Services) & Tori Henderson (Intern) speak with Dee Blanton on KGAF Hometown Radio.

Each month members of Abigail’s Arms staff, interns and volunteers appear on the Community Spotlight on 1580 KGAF Hometown Radio with host Dee Blanton.

Check back each month for the latest interview!

About The Host

Dee Blanton

Dee is the Program Director and morning show host on KGAF

Abigail’s Arms is continuing to monitor the status of the COVID-19 virus.

We have implemented our plan to insure that victims in our community continue to receive the help and hope they need.

We are working hard to insure the health and safety of our clients and staff by increasing the frequency and intensity of cleaning and sanitizing at all our facilities.

If you or someone you know is or has been a victim of a violent crime please call our 24hr hotline at 940.665.CURE (2873)

Services are free and confidential.

Abigail's Arms Covid-19 Update