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The Kids Hub Child Advocacy Center of Hattiesburg partnered with Kappa Delta sorority, the BSW club, Phi Alpha Honor Society and the Student Association of Social Workers to set up a pinwheel garden at the front of Fritzche-Gibbs Hall on April 9.

“There are 366 blue pinwheels to represent the 366 children who received services through Kids Hub during 2016,” said DiDi Ellis, Executive Director of the Kids Hub Child Advocacy Center. “The 2 colorful pinwheels represent the two children who are gone but not forgotten. ”

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Updated on April 17, 2017 for clarity by Cam Bonelli

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