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Valentines for domestic abuse survivors

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Sarah McClarey, top left, and Cindy Rodriguez deliver 10 dozen roses and gifts to victims of domestic violence and their children at a Northwest suburban safe house Thursday.

George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

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Sarah McClarey, left, and Cindy Rodriguez deliver dozens of roses to a suburban safe house Thursday.

George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

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More than 100 women who are victims of domestic abuse got a special surprise this Valentine's Day. Operation Shelter Cupid -- a program started by Sarah McClarey after her own experience in a women's shelter -- delivers a dozen red roses to women living in domestic violence shelters or transitional housing on the holiday each year.
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    • Sarah McClarey, top left, and Cindy Rodriguez deliver 10 dozen roses and gifts to victims of domestic violence and their children at a Northwest suburban safe house Thursday.
    •  Sarah McClarey, left, and Cindy Rodriguez deliver dozens of roses to a suburban safe house Thursday.
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