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It was a little on the hot side, but no rain was in sight during yesterday’s 2nd annual Living Works Suicide Walk in Princeton. The 2.3 mile walk from Darius Miller Park on North Main Street to Zearing Park on South Euclid Avenue went smoothly. During WZOE’s on-location broadcast at the closing ceremony amid a group of green, orange and blue tee-shirts, event organizer Chris Compton said she was pleased.
During the ceremony, a group of walkers from Princeton High School presented Living Works with a check for $334 and raffle prizes were awarded. Special guest speaker was Jeff Hippen from Sterling High School, a Living Works trainer. Hippen, who lost his son to suicide, said he was very impressed with the Princeton walk. A suicide grief support group meets in Princeton the third Thursday of each month at 7 pm in the Youth Services Bureau Office at the west end of Peru Street. More information on Living Works is available online at LivingWorksSuicideWalk.com or facebook/livingworks.
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