Charleston dedicating park to abuse prevention

{}{} CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) -- The City of Charleston is joining with child protection groups in dedicating a small park in the South Carolina city's historic district.{}{} Mayor Joe Riley joins representatives of the Lowcountry Children's Center and the Children's Trust of South Carolina on Monday in dedicating{} the park to an effort to prevent child abuse.{}{} April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month and pinwheels represent working to change the way the nation looks at child abuse prevention. The Pinwheels for Prevention Garden is in a small park on the triangular median where two streets meet. It is located near Colonial Lake on the Charleston peninsula.