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      15th Annual Suicide Awareness Banquet: Helping Youth to Thrive and Succeed! in Zanesville


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      April 25, 2019

      Thursday   6:00 PM

      1420 Brandywine Boulevard
      Zanesville, Ohio 43701

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      15th Annual Suicide Awareness Banquet: Helping Youth to Thrive and Succeed!

      CARMEN IRVING Carmen is the Youth Systems of Care Director for the Mental Health & Recovery Board of Union County. Carmen has her master’s degree in Human Development from Kent State University and is a Certified Family Life Educator and Certified Child & Youth Care Professional. Carmen currently serves as the President of the Ohio Council on Family Relations. Her career has been devoted to empowering youth and strengthening families. Throughout her career, Carmen has implemented evidence-based programs and has co-authored several curricula. Most recently, she has championed the PAX Good Behavior Game throughout Ohio and co-authored the community-companion curriculum, PAX Tools. It is Carmen’s core belief that all children deserve nurturing adults who help support their success and development.                                                                     CHOIR The Maysville Middle School Choir is comprised of 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students and is directed by Mr. Ryan Hutcherson. The choir will be performing “I Ask for One Day,” encouraging us all to come together to work for a peaceful future—with lyrics written by a 7th grade student. They will also be performing “I Have a Voice” to share the message that all voices matter, have strength, and have a song to sing.                                                                              TRIUMP OVER TRAUMA Abby Huffman, a sophomore at The Ohio State University (originally from Cambridge, Ohio), will be briefly presenting on how “school and a caring English teacher” helped her survive a very traumatic childhood. In return, Abby wants to devote her life to helping children and young adults. At Ohio State, Abby is a member of the Buckeye Campaign Against Suicide and volunteers for their suicide hotline.                                                                                            Schedule                                                      Registration   6:00 p.m.                                                        Dinner          6:30 p.m.                                                    Program        7:00 – 8:00 p.m.                                                               Emcee                                                        Jim Still-Pepper                                                 Director of Community-Based                                                       Clinical Services                                                Allwell Behavioral Health                                                                  Menu                                                             Baked Steak                                                                Salad                                                         Mashed Potatoes                                                           Green Beans                                                              Dessert                                                   Coffee/Decaf/Iced Tea

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