Struggles with depression and suicide lead high school junior to advocate for more awareness
By Zach Osowski
Thursday, September 19, 2013 at 5:12 am (Updated: September 19, 5:30 am)
Last Wednesday was Suicide Awareness Day in La Grange per an official proclamation from Mayor Bill Lammlein. He presented the proclamation at the Sept. 3 city council meeting to Hannah Geary, a 16-year old junior at Oldham County High School.
Geary is a member of the Kentucky Teen Institute and even at her young age is a staunch advocate for depression and suicide awareness and prevention.
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