The Observer

Suicide awareness walk steps towards prevention

Shelly Baker (middle) and her children Gabriella (left) and Gina (right) led a team and fundraised over $2,000 at the Out of the Darkness Walk Oct. 28.

By Riley Hurr, Circulation Manager

November 21, 2017

On Oct. 28, people united together for a common cause by walking in D.C. to raise suicide awareness and change the conversation; the “Out of the Darkness Walk” was put on by the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention’s (AFSP). Many CHS students participated in hopes of this mission, as well ...

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