Suicide Awareness Vigil to be held in community


Jessica Brady, Staff Writer

This coming Monday, May 30, there were be a vigil in our community to honor those who have been lost to suicide in our area. The vigil will highlight the need to reduce the stigma around mental illness and let people know that it’s okay to ask for help.

Several SHS students will be speaking, along with community mental health advocates and political candidates, and representatives.

Additional details are located on the attached flyer.