Mahoning County Prosecutor’s Office holds the 1st Annual Victim Services Art Contest Reception

Earlier this month, our office hosted the inaugural Victim Services Art Contest!

We were inspired by the incredible artistry displayed by students from Mahoning County, all centered around hope and healing.

We want to thank Joyce Mistovich, Director of Education at the Butler Institute of American Art, for her collaboration in making this program possible.

We also want to support our judging panel, including Terri DiGennaro of the Helms Foundation, Edie Davidson, Jennifer Bonish, Chief of the Special Victims Unit, and Joyce Mistovich, who lent their expertise in selecting the most impactful pieces.

A special shoutout to the talented students of Boardman Local Schools, Jackson Milton Schools, and Chaney High School for pouring their hearts into their artwork, which offers comfort to those navigating the criminal justice system.

A big thank you to everyone who attended, including all of our Mahoning County leadership and Mahoning County residents, for their support.

Everyone’s presence made this event truly memorable. We’re thrilled to announce that this is just the beginning! Stay tuned for more exciting events like this in the future. Together, we’re fostering a community of hope and healing.

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