Memory Lane is taking a hiatus for 2020. This touching tribute requires personal contact. Look for us to return in 2021.
“Memory Lane” Honors Loved Ones Lost to Suicide
Display frames for Memory Lane at the Bluebird Run are ready to roll on over to JR Alford Greenway on Labor Day. Memory Lane was created in remembrance of those who have died by suicide and in recognition of the resilient survivors, friends and family who volunteer, run, and walk at the Bluebird event.
How do I participate?
- Prior to the event
Before September 1, send in your photos of your loved ones lost to suicide, and we’ll add to one of the frames created for the event. Email as a .jpg attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org
- At the event:
Bring your photos to the Bluebird Run on LABOR DAY, JR ALFORD GREENWAY, 8:00 A.M. Event participants are encouraged to decorate the frames with photos of their loved ones and/or written words of encouragement, hope and healing to clothespin inside the frames. Paper decorations and other craft supplies will be available for you to use.
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to ask.