Area residents Carol Graves, Cynthia Logan, and LaTanya White have joined the Pottstown organization's board of directors.
The play by Eve Ensler is being performed at Pottstown's Steel River Playhouse, in sponsorship with the YWCA Tri-County. Proceeds will help protect women and girls from violence.
People are being bought and sold as slaves for forced labor or sexual exploitation. A seminar on human trafficking Saturday at the YWCA in Pottstown explores the crime and solutions.
The YWCA Tri-County Area annually recognizes women who go above-and-beyond in their fields of work in community service. This year's awards will be presented Nov. 7. Nominations for the honors are being accepted now.
Pottstown-based YWCA Tri-County Executive Director Andrea Primas has resigned her position after 13-1/2 years. An interim executive director was named by its board of directors.
Forty-six children attending programs of the YWCA Tri-County Area will be the beneficiaries.
The two Pottstown non-profit organizations, which have long histories in providing child care services, have now set up programs for children while their parents attend classes at the community college.
Next month's discussion in Pottstown for women of all ages, but particularly teens, will focus on environmental stewardship.