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Power UP for Avenues
Power Up for Avenues is a family gaming event to raise money for Avenues the Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Victim Advocacy Agency. This event is a family friendly day of playing video, board and card games. There will be gaming tournaments throughout the day that you can enter. There will also be an opportunity to play new games and the chance to win them.
Bring your favorite games, your friends and family and enjoy a day games.
PRIZES – PRIZES – PRIZES – PRIZES – PRIZES
Raffle items will be available to enter throughout the day. The drawing for prizes will happen at the end of the night. *Do not need to be present to win*
$5 admission fee. $5 fee for entry into each tournament. $20 package combines admission and entry into all tournaments. (excludes Magic: the Gathering)
*$10 fee for the Magic: the Gathering Tournament*
*Warhammer must have own army*
(PC and console gaming will have to bring their own systems and monitors or televisions)
Tournaments for the Day:
Settlers of Catan
Magic: the Gathering
Other tournaments to be announced
SAVE THE DATE!
Avenues will be hosting a no cost Law Enforcement training on October 18th starting at 8am to 4:30pm. The training will be held at the American Legion 3819 Hwy MM in Hannibal, MO.
This training will provide a certificate of completion or POST hours will be available.
This training will be open to Law Enforcement, Prosecuting Attorneys, EMT professionals, Children Division, and advocates. RSVP today by emailing email@example.com or calling 573-406-1400.
The trainer will be Mark Wynn who is a twenty-one year member of the Nashville Metropolitan Police Department and has served as Lieutenant to the Domestic Violence Division. Wynn was a member of the Special weapons and Tactics (SWAT) Team for 15 years. He was the recipient of 121 commendations and 51 awards and certificates, including the 1995 National Improvement of Justice Award and the 1998 Nashvillian of the Year Award. Mark is considered an expert on the issue of family violence in state and federal court and has spoken at the White House on strategies to prevent domestic violence in the country.
Training will cover as follows:
OFFICER SAFETY, EFFECTIVE DOMESTIC/SEXUAL VIOLENCE INTERVENTION AND INVESTIGATION
The Realities of Violence Against Women – Assessing Lethality and Threats
Beyond the Obvious – Interpreting the Power, Control and Manipulation
Examination of the Motive and Impact of Strangulation
What Should Happen and What You Should Expect from an Effective On-Scene Investigation
Liability in Domestic/Sexual Violence Incidents
Stalking and Counter-Stalking
Finding and Helping the Hidden Victims: Responding to Children Exposed to Violence in the Home
Witness Intimidation and Forfeiture by Wrongdoing
High Profile Offenders