Volunteer advocates for children planted 127 pinwheels into the ground outside the Department of Family and Children Services office Monday morning. That number is... Pinwheels planted to draw attention to child abuse, neglect

Volunteer advocates for children planted 127 pinwheels into the ground outside the Department of Family and Children Services office Monday morning. That number is down dramatically from the 402 confirmed cases in 2016. Each pinwheel represents a substantiated case of child abuse or neglect in Floyd County last year.

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