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Photo: Hope Still Floats

Michelle Medina, left, and Amy Knight check out one of the items on the raffle table at the third annual Hope Still Floats, a fundraiser for the Yavapai Family Advocacy Center, at the Prescott Club at StoneRidge on Saturday, Aug. 19. (Jason Wheeler/Courier)

Michelle Medina, left, and Amy Knight check out one of the items on the raffle table at the third annual Hope Still Floats, a fundraiser for the Yavapai Family Advocacy Center, at the Prescott Club at StoneRidge on Saturday, Aug. 19. (Jason Wheeler/Courier)

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Kathleen McLaughlin (center right), the founding director for the Yavapai Family Advocacy Center, was presented with the Beam of Hope Award at the Third Annual Hope Still Floats, a fundraiser for the advocacy center, on Saturday, Aug. 19 at the Prescott Club at StoneRidge. (Jason Wheeler/The Daily Courier)

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Becky Ruffner, executive director for Prevent Child Abuse Arizona, left, speaks with the Kathleen McLaughlin, founding director of the Yavapai Family Advocacy Center at the third annual Hope Still Floats, a fundraiser for the advocacy center on Saturday, Aug. 19 at the Prescott Club at StoneRidge. McLaughlin was presented with the Beam of Hope Award, which sits in front of her on the table. (Jason Wheeler/The Daily Courier)

The third annual Hope Still Floats, a fundraiser for the Yavapai Family Advocacy Center, took place at the Prescott Club at StoneRidge on Saturday, Aug. 19.