All Images Courtesy of NV Energy Foundation.
Thank you for joining us to celebrate our 15th Annual Walk in Memory Walk for Hope!
THANK YOU to all of the volunteers who serve on the planning committee and the event team. While there are too many to list individually, please know that each of you makes a difference by giving of your time, talent, and treasure. You matter and you are appreciated!
Thank you to Hope Means Nevada for your support, collaboration, and talent! Thanks too to our Exhibitors and Walk Volunteers for your dedication and support, and finally, a special thanks to the Bob Miller Middle School Administrators and the incredible Custodial Team for looking after us year after year.
This year’s Walk was a huge success because of this support!
*All Images Courtesy of NV Energy Foundation.
THANK YOU SO MUCH TO OUR SPONSORS & CONTRIBUTORS:
Spring Mountain Treatment Center (Breakfast Sponsor)
Sam’s Club (Water and Ice sponsor)
Southern Nevada Health District (Hand Sanitizer)
Law Office of Shelley Lubritz, PLLC (Special Contribution)
Youth M.O.V.E. Nevada (Activity Book Donation)
Nevada Council on Problem Gambling (Special Sponsorship)
THANK YOU TO OUR PROGRAMMING TALENT:
DJ Sparkle aka Denise Humphrey
Reach In Now University
BSA Troop 7
email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call (702) 556-0656
Be sure to check out this excellent article on women’s mental health from Health.Mil:
Women’s health emerging priorities series highlights mental health
Be sure to read this 8 News Now article on CCSD students suicide.
Read Here: https://www.8newsnow.com/news/local-news/20-ccsd-students-died-from-suicide-since-distance-education-began-families-say-loneliness-during-distance-education-was-likely-contributing-factor-in-death/
Check out this American Foundation for Suicide Prevention article on what parents can do to help protect their children’s mental health during remote learning.
Check out this article from the Las Vegas Review Journal regarding child drug deaths and suicides in Clark County.
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