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GLASS organizers bring suicide to the forefront

Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Gaining Life After Surviving Suicide hosted its first come-and-go suicide awareness walk Saturday on the Clay County Faigrounds. Organizers offered a variety of activities, including kids games, and a memory table (Below), where photos of loved ones were placed during the walk. (Above) Matthew Madsen, 4, Madeline Flores, 4, and Kendra Chambers, 3, spent their time enjoying the games while family members reiminiced nearby. (Below) Mindy Johnson, with the "Be Buddies, Not Bullies" group takes a shirt order from one of the event participants.
(Photos by Randy M. Cauthron)


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the boy in the picture.. his name is Matthew Richardson. He is my son.

-- Posted by leeceyplus3 on Tue, Jul 17, 2012, at 2:40 PM

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