CBC’ers Plant Pinwheels for Prevent Child Abuse

Elizabeth Sullivan

Corp’s Elizabeth Sullivan helps plant a pinwheel garden at the CBC headquarters on Western Blvd to honor Child Abuse Prevention Month on Wednesday, April 27, 2016. CBC planted the pinwheels in conjunction with Prevent Child Abuse NC.

CBC employees worked together to plant a pinwheel garden to honor Child Abuse Prevention Month on Wednesday, April 27, 2016.  Staffers worked alongside NC Prevent Child Abuse representatives to plant over 1,000 pinwheels out front of the CBC headquarters and WRAL-TV studios on Western Blvd.

The pinwheel is the symbol of child abuse prevention, representing community efforts to provide children with the safe and healthy relationships they need to thrive.  The blue and silver pinwheels sparkle in the sun, drawing attention to the importance of supporting the children in our community.

CBC first planted pinwheels in Durham three years ago and extended the planting to our Western Blvd location the following year.

American Tobacco led the way this year as tenants joined together for the planting in Durham on Friday, April 8th.

Thanks to WRAL-TV’s Melissa Baize for these capcom photos.

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