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SCV Domestic Violence Center Fairy Berry Breakfast

SCV Domestic Violence Center Fairy Berry Breakfast

On Satuday, the Santa Clarita Valley Domestic Violence Center officials held a “Fairy Berry Breakfast” and “Give A Fairy A Home & Beyond Contest” at The Tea Gardens in Newhall.


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Guests dressed in fairy costumes came and were served a fairy breakfast buffet.

Members of the community donated handmade fairy houses that were put in a silent auction and a fairy chose the winner of the house-building contest.

Facepainting at the event was done by Dragonflylola Artistry.

All proceeds went to the SCV Domestic Violence Center to support the organization and the services that are offered through it.

For more information about the SCV Domestic Violence Center, visit their website.


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SCV Domestic Violence Center Fairy Berry Breakfast


SCV Domestic Violence Center Fairy Berry Breakfast
Source: Santa Clarita News
Jessica Boyer


SCV Domestic Violence Center Fairy Berry Breakfast

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About Jessica Boyer

Jessica is an award-winning journalist, photographer, videographer and artist. She has worked with news organizations including NBC Los Angeles, KHTS AM 1220, and the Pierce College Roundup News. She is studying to receive a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism with an emphasis on Photojournalism and a minor in Anthropology at California State University, Northridge. She has studied and worked in many fields including filmmaking, journalism, studio photography, and some graphic design. She began her journalism journey at the Arroyo Seco Conquestador News Network and the Saugus High School News Network.