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Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Facials, Massages and Help For Domestic Violence Victims

Not a bad gig.

As part of Bronx Week (through June 20), Borough President Ruben Diaz, Jr. (that's him, face down, thumbs up) gets a massage earlier today at the 7th Annual DiVA Spa.

The event, held at the Bronx County Courthouse, was held to highlight the problem of domestic violence and also help victims get the resources and services they need to make it without their abusers.

"It is our hope that the information we share today can save the life of even one victim of domestic violence," Diaz said in a press release. "If we can that, we have done our job."

Domestic abuse is turning into a major issue the former assemblyman from Soundview.

On Monday, Mayor Bloomber joined with Diaz at the Bronx's MS 331 to promote the new B.P.'s "Start Strong Bronx" program, which is designed to help stop teen dating abuse.

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