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Laura (Kahl) Sawallish and husband, Trevor, will be walking in the Out of the Darkness Overnight for the fourth time this year. Laura's sister, Shannon (Kahl) Garlitz, took part in last year.
There are ways—both locally and nationally—you can help the cause of suicide prevention and to draw attention to people who need our help.
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Now that the Out of the Darkness Overnight 18-mile walk is complete, it is time to reflect on the walk, its participants and the emotions surrounding the suicide awareness fundraiser.
With a couple of weeks left before the big charity walk, it's crunch time for training. But will the weather cooperate for a change?
Now that Saturday's "A Day of Reflection" suicide awareness event is over, it's time to reflect on what proved to be a overwhelming successful day.
It's time for me, a former print journalist, to enter the 21st century and write a blog. So, here is my first attempt. Please enjoy!
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