Standing Together Against Child Abuse: Blue Pinwheel Installation at Leo’s Landing

In a display of solidarity and commitment to protecting children, the St. Andrews Woman’s Club has unveiled a striking blue pinwheel installation at Leo’s Landing in Saluda Shoals Park. This installation serves as a visual symbol of awareness and advocacy during National Child Abuse Prevention Month in April.

The blue pinwheel has become an iconic symbol in the campaign against child abuse, representing the carefree and joyful childhood that every child deserves. By placing these pinwheels prominently at Leo’s Landing, the St. Andrews Woman’s Club aims to spark conversations and raise awareness about the importance of safeguarding children from abuse and neglect.

Joining forces with community members, Mary Anne Lane, Barbara Cross, Jo Norris, and Elizabeth Taylor, members of the St. Andrews Woman’s Club, stand united in their mission to create a safer and more nurturing environment for South Carolina’s children. Their dedication to this cause is reflected in their efforts to shine a light on the issue of child abuse and empower individuals to take action.

Through this initiative, the St. Andrews Woman’s Club invites the entire community to come together and stand as a collective force against child abuse. By amplifying their voices and advocating for change, they hope to create a future where every child can thrive in a safe and loving environment.

As we observe National Child Abuse Prevention Month, let us heed the call to action and support initiatives like the blue pinwheel installation at Leo’s Landing. Together, we can make a difference and ensure that every child has the opportunity to grow up happy, healthy, and free from harm.

For more information on how you can get involved in the fight against child abuse, contact the St. Andrews Woman’s Club or visit their website.