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The Clothesline Project & Scavenger Hunt

Clothesline Project

The Clothesline Project – 2011

  • The project is a public display focusing on sexual violence and child abuse including physical, verbal, emotional and sexual abuse.
  • Tee shirts decorated by survivors of sexual violence and/or child abuse and community members who support survivors will be collected through March 25th.
  • Tee shirts can represent a personal experience or an experience of one of our many survivors.
  • Tee shirts are proudly displayed throughout the community during the month of April.
  • The clothesline project is a nationally recognized event. More information on the Clothesline Project…

If you would like to decorate a tee shirt, contact LACASA at 517-548-1350

The Clothesline Project will be displayed at the following locations:


The Scavenger Hunt (New This Year)

  • Visit the Tanger Outlet Mall between
  • April 1st and April 16th.
  • Pickup your entry form from theTanger Outlet Customer Service Booth, located in the food court and begin your hunt.
  • Find the Clothesline Project tee shirts in selected store fronts at the Tanger Outlet Center.
  • Turn in your completed form at the Walk-a-Mile in her shoes event on April 16th to Win Big.
LACASA Staff Insight

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