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This all-inclusive row was inspired by Paul's love of rowing. Our first event in 2019 was such a success, we plan to make it an annual affair!
The COVID-19 pandemic has us re-focusing our energies and intentions for the 2020 event. Unfortunately, our signature ROW is simply not possible this year. Instead, we have devised a month-long virtual challenge leading up to our third annual G.H.O.S.T. Walk on Saturday, October 10.
Registration is now FREE!
Register now to participate during the month of September.
We have a bunch of fun challenges in store for you. Click here for more details and to register.
The first annual ghost walk happened two days after Paul's death. Community came together in grief and in love and in hope and in light to walk and to connect. We were so moved, we have made this an annual event. In early October, we gather on the baseball field at CVUHS and walk a lit path together.
2020 COVID event was postponed due to unsafe weather. Check back for a reschedule.
The local chapter of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention hosts an annual walk for survivors of suicide. We gathered a team of 35 on October 5th, 2019 and intend to participate every year in this inspiring event.
Stay tuned for the 2021 date.
We are in communication with the Robb Nash Project in hopes of bringing them to Burlington. Watch for updates.
"The Robb Nash Project is an award-winning initiative that engages young people through the power of music and storytelling to inspire hope and encourage positive life choices."
See www.robbnash.com for more information.
Tyler runs the Vermont City Marathon 2019 to promote awareness of teen suicide.
Never underestimate the impact of your SMILE.
Samantha, Larry, Sarah
Team Hop-a-cock-a-macher getting it done.
This happened in French V at CVUHS
This happened - are you LISTENing?
Oh the HUMANITY!
What a group!
CVU Baseball at St. Albans
CVU Softball at St. Albans
This bench provides a place and a space for high school teens to reflect. It also is the cornerstone for the annual G.H.O.S.T. walk.
At a neighborhood bus stop, this bench provides opportunity for conversation about mental wellness (and a place to climb/jump!)
Providing space and grounding for the annual HOPE for tomorROW event.
Lake Champlain Maritime Museum
Benches at CVU and LCMM provide reminders that HELP is near.
Another cornerstone bench providing opportunity for conversation to younger families at the local ball fields.
Take a walk and you will find yourself right where you need to be.
<picture coming from Paul's journal entry>