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ACS 'Kids Chat' opens new avenues of communication for children

Mariana Grauptmann, victim advocate, Family Advocacy Program, Fort Carson Army Community Service, helps a child make her Halloween-style photo frame during “Kids Chat,” a service provided under the Family Violence Prevention Plan working group, at the 4th Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division Headquarters building, Aug. 24, 2012.



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This work, ACS 'Kids Chat' opens new avenues of communication for children [Image 5 of 7], by SPC Nathan Thome, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:08.24.2012

Date Posted:08.28.2012 15:59

Photo ID:653334

VIRIN:120824-A-QF214-227

Resolution:2546x3600

Size:1.02 MB

Location:FORT CARSON, CO, USGlobe

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