Please visit and show your support for this impressive suicide prevention effort developed by recent Manchester West High grad, Luke Boutin! Luke and students from West and Central worked together to create this exhibit, with guidance from Richella Simard, his high school art teacher. The charity art exhibit in support of suicide prevention is open NOW til June 22nd, hosted by our friends at Jupiter Hall on Hanover St. Boutin’s own art pieces will be on display at the exhibit in addition to some graphic designs and T-shirts that he created for the cause. Live music, film screenings, a raffle and guest speakers will be present throughout the week.
On Tuesday, June 19, our EmpowerYOU! Community Learning Series on “Addiction & Suicide Prevention” presented by our wonderful partners at NAMI NH is at 6pm at Jupiter Hall, a great opportunity to learn from skilled experts what you can do to prevent suicide, as well as check out the Together We Prevail exhibit! This is free and open to the public, no registration required. We encourage you to gather some friends and colleagues together and join us Tuesday night to view Luke’s exhibit and empower yourself to create positive change.
For more information, please see this great article detailing Luke and his peers’ art exhibit, and his story of why he is so passionate about this cause here.