DuPage County officials dedicate $5.6M children's advocacy center in memory of kidnapped girl
WHEATON – Members of the DuPage County Board, municipal officials, the DuPage County state's attorney and Illinois and U.S. representatives and senators gathered together Sept. 17 to dedicate the newly constructed Jeanine Nicarico Children's Advocacy Center.
The center is named in memory of a 10-year-old Naperville girl who was abducted and murdered in 1983. It will serve as a space to interview children who are possible victims of crime or abuse.
Located at 422 N. County Farm Road in Wheaton, the cost to build the center was $5.6 million. It was funded by a State Block Grant and fines from the DuPage County Circuit Court.
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