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With help, folding paper cranes at the Hampton Roads Morning of Hope

BY JOHN-HENRY DOUCETTE MOUNT TRASHMORE — Katie and Justin Copeland were together during the Hampton Roads Morning of Hope, Help and Healing at Mount Trashmore. With the help of a volunteer, they learned to fold paper cranes, a symbol of hope.… Continue Reading

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A young survivor’s message of strength from the Hampton Roads Morning of Hope

BY ISABELLE KESSLER VIRGINIA BEACH — Sharing a story of hope is something I never thought I would be able to do. That is exactly the reason why I write – to share with you the uphill battle it took for… Continue Reading

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Column: With curtain of paper cranes – and more – event Saturday at Mount Trashmore Park in Virginia Beach seeks to end stigma of suicide

BY POLLY SIEMANN VIRGINIA BEACH — On Saturday, Sept. 9, I will  again be one of thousands coming together as a community to walk at Mount Trashmore in Virginia Beach. This walk, the Hampton Roads Morning of Hope, Help and Healing,… Continue Reading

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Out of the Darkness walk in Virginia Beach makes strides for awareness of depression, suicide

BY JOHN-HENRY DOUCETTE MOUNT TRASHMORE — Before the walk began, Tasha Frederick of Sandbridge tied a ribbon into the hair of 9-year-old Laney Frederick. They were there to raise awareness and remember someone lost to suicide during Out of the Darkness… Continue Reading

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In 10th year, walk to raise awareness about depression and suicide grows

BY JOSH WHITENER MOUNT TRASHMORE — Thousands of supporters and advocates organized Saturday, Sept. 12, at Mount Trashmore for the 10th annual Out of the Darkness Community Walk, which promoted awareness about the fight against depression and suicide. About 7,000 people… Continue Reading