Gail Temple, right, a volunteer with Hope Haven of the Lowcountry, gives Sophia Sherman, 12, of Beaufort, a bracelet Saturday advertising the group's website. The two spoke at Whale Branch Early College High School during the second of two "Back-to-School Expo" events in Seabrook. Hope Haven provides services to children, adults and families dealing with sexual abuse and rape.
Gail Temple, right, a volunteer with Hope Haven of the Lowcountry, gives Sophia Sherman, 12, of Beaufort, a bracelet Saturday advertising the group's website. The two spoke at Whale Branch Early College High School during the second of two "Back-to-School Expo" events in Seabrook. Hope Haven provides services to children, adults and families dealing with sexual abuse and rape. Staff photo
Gail Temple, right, a volunteer with Hope Haven of the Lowcountry, gives Sophia Sherman, 12, of Beaufort, a bracelet Saturday advertising the group's website. The two spoke at Whale Branch Early College High School during the second of two "Back-to-School Expo" events in Seabrook. Hope Haven provides services to children, adults and families dealing with sexual abuse and rape. Staff photo

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