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"A Story Of Hope And Perseverance That Bears Witness The Triumph Of Good Will Over Evil"

Meet author and lecturer Donna Palomba at the Valley Shore Toastmasters Open House Monday. After a brutal home invasion and sexual assault in 1993, Donna moved from being a victim to warrior to survivor, changing police policy and Connecticut state law.

Please join Valley Shore Toastmasters for an Open House, Monday February 4th featuring author and lecturer Donna Palomba.

After a brutal home invasion and sexual assault in 1993, Donna transformed her life, moving from victim to warrior to survivor, changing police policy and Connecticut state law along the way.

In 2007 Donna founded Jane Doe No More, Inc,. a national non-profit dedicated to improving the way society responds to victims of sexual assault through education, awareness, advocacy, and support. Her story is one of "hope and perseverance, and bears witness to the fact that good will ultimately triumph over evil".

Donna believes that we learn most from our greatest challenges, and will share the lessons she learned from during our February 4th event. Doors open at 7 p.m. for refreshments. 

Valley Shore Toastmasters meets every 1st and 3rd Monday from 7:00 - 8:30 p.m. in the Madison Senior Center (Cafe), 29 Bradley Rd., Madison, CT. To contact us, our email address: email: valleyshoretm@yahoo.com and website:http://valleyshore.toastmastersclubs.org.

To learn more about Jane Doe No More, visit www.janedoenomore.org

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