Wrangell Sentinel -

Domestic violence shelter seeks board candidates

 

January 14, 2021

The Women in Safe Homes (WISH) domestic violence shelter in Ketchikan serves Wrangell families too, and its board seat designated for a Wrangell member will be up at the nonprofit organization's annual meeting in February.

Kay Larson has served two terms representing Wrangell on the WISH board, and she is asking if anyone else in the community would want to serve in the seat.

WISH has operated a 24-hour shelter for domestic violence victims and their families since 1980, said WISH Executive Director Angel Moran, serving the communities of Ketchikan, Wrangell, Prince of Wales Island and Metl...



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