A March To Say 'No'
Over 500 people took to the streets of Woy Woy to say ‘No’ to Domestic Violence.
The Blair Dalton Stop Domestic Violence Family Day was organised by the Woy Woy Leagues Club to honour the memory of Ms Dalton, who sadly passed away as a result of Domestic Violence.
Attendees wore purple and marched through the streets on an emotional and important day.
Members of the Roosters Community supported the event, including Roosters forward Nat Butcher, Roosters Director Brian Samphier, Rocky the Rooster, the Rooster Girls, and the Rooster Community Department.
The day was not only to highlight the issue of Domestic Violence, but also raise money for the Dalton family in this difficult time.
Attendees paid their respects by laying white flowers in the shape of a heart outside the entrance of Woy Woy Oval.
Roosters Community Manager Helen Saunders said the team were proud to be taking part in the day.
“We all have a role to play in raising awareness against Domestic Violence. It was a very emotional and special gathering which saw hundreds of people turning out to remember Blair Dalton and to raise funds for her young family.”
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