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Suicide awareness walk serves purpose for participants

10:13 PM, Sep. 13, 2013
The fourth annual Walk for Suicide Awareness in Kaukauna will be held Sept. 14. Post-Crescent Media Volunteer Jim Reider of Grand Chute sets up balloons that will be released during the Walk for Suicide Awareness Saturday, Sept. 11, 2010, in Kaukauna, Wisconsin. Post-Crescent photo by Dan Powers.
The fourth annual Walk for Suicide Awareness in Kaukauna will be held Sept. 14. Post-Crescent Media Volunteer Jim Reider of Grand Chute sets up balloons that will be released during the Walk for Suicide Awareness Saturday, Sept. 11, 2010, in Kaukauna, Wisconsin. Post-Crescent photo by Dan Powers.
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The streets of Kaukauna will be lined with more than 1,000 walkers this morning as participants in the Walk for Suicide Awareness make their cause known.

The walk, in its fourth year, is the largest in Wisconsin dedicated to suicide awareness, said Barb Bigalke, who launched the event in 2010.

"I look at it as just that many more feet on the ground in an effort to bringing awareness to the issue and working together," Bigalke said. "It's a time for people to talk and share their personal stories." ...

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