Franklin James Cook

I’ll Be at the Out of the Darkness Walk on Saturday in Chicago

In Advocacy, Announcements, Grief on June 26, 2009 at 6:41 am

I just wanted to let SPNAC readers know that I’ll be traveling to Chicago early tomorrow morning (Saturday, June 27) to participate as a Crew Member in AFSP’s Out of the Darkness Overnight Walk. This will be my fourth Out of the Darkness Walk (I walked in Washington, D.C., at the first Walk in 2002, then at the second walk in Chicago in 2005, then I started volunteering as a Crew Member in 2007 at the Walk in New York City). My community, the Black Hills of South Dakota is having its first AFSP Community Walk in October of this year (Rapid City, where I grew up, is in the central Black Hills, about 20 minutes from Mount Rushmore).

SPNAC readers may view a video sharing the stories of some of the people who took part in the walk last year in Seattle.

Franklin Cook, SPNAC Editor

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