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Woman Who Helps Victims of Domestic Violence Wins a High 5

Woman Who Helps Victims of Domestic Violence Wins a High 5



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(KSL News) A woman in Weber County has spent the past decade helping victims of domestic violence. We gave her a High 5 surprise this morning.

Sheila Richins of Taylor works with Your Community Connection, which is a private non-profit organization. She was nominated for a High 5 by her friend, Julie Kartchner.

"I just wanted to let you know what a wonderful boss and friend you have been, and just wanted to say thank you," Julie told Sheila.

Sheila told us, "We have a whole community of people in there who work hard to help others."

As a thank you, we gave Sheila a KSL goodie bag with a gift certificate to the Utah Museum of Fine Arts.

You can submit your nominations at the link on this page.

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