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Rachel Elizondo has been named chairwoman of the Domestic Violence Program Committee for Ruth's Cottage and The Patticake House, a nonprofit organization whose mission is to end domestic and sexual violence, as well as child sexual and physical abuse.

TIFTON — Rachel Elizondo has been named chairwoman of the Domestic Violence Program Committee for Ruth’s Cottage and The Patticake House, a nonprofit organization whose mission is to end domestic and sexual violence, as well as child sexual and physical abuse.

Elizondo, who previously worked as a reporter for The Albany Herald, is currently employed as the community relations coordinator for the Tifton-based Southwell health care system.

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and that will be a focus for Elizondo and the Domestic Violence Program Committee in the immediate future, a news release from the organization said.

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