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Holly supports Domestic Violence Awareness Month

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HollyFrontier Corporation shows full support of Grammy’s House, Artesia’s domestic violence shelter, by setting out a banner and purple ribbons representing victims of domestic violence in front of the business in the Blue Quail Shopping Center. Pictured are, from left, Sandi Lanning, Grammy’s board of directors; HollyFrontier employee Pat Wood; Rosie Starrett; Grammy’s Executive Director Celina Bryant; Joyce Lynch; Peyton Sterrett; and Dale Lynch, director of Finance/Accounting at HollyFrontier. Grace Miller – Daily Press
HollyFrontier Corporation shows full support of Grammy’s House, Artesia’s domestic violence shelter, by setting out a banner and purple ribbons representing victims of domestic violence in front of the business in the Blue Quail Shopping Center. Pictured are, from left, Sandi Lanning, Grammy’s board of directors; HollyFrontier employee Pat Wood; Rosie Starrett; Grammy’s Executive Director Celina Bryant; Joyce Lynch; Peyton Sterrett; and Dale Lynch, director of Finance/Accounting at HollyFrontier.
Grace Miller – Daily Press

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