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Friends and family walk for Clinton

Walking for Clinton: L-R Grhys Hambly, Lara Johnson, Murphy Thompson, Katisha Meaney and Tayla Hourigan during the Lifeline Out of the Shadows and into the Light walk in Grafton on Saturday. Pic: Judy Myers.
Walking for Clinton: L-R Grhys Hambly, Lara Johnson, Murphy Thompson, Katisha Meaney and Tayla Hourigan during the Lifeline Out of the Shadows and into the Light walk in Grafton on Saturday. Pic: Judy Myers.

 

Lynne Mowbray

Several family and friends of the late Clinton McGrail-Skinner, joined together to walk from See Park in Grafton to Market Square on Saturday morning, during the Lifeline Out of the Shadows and into the Light walk, out of respect for those whose lives have been cut short due to suicide.
On the 29th June this year, Clinton McGrail-Skinner from Grafton, sadly became a statistic.
Lara Johnson from Maclean, became friends with Clinton around three years ago, through a close friend.
“He was always the life of the party,” she said.
“I don’t think anyone knew he would go this far.”
Lara wanted to urge to anyone suffering from depression to find someone to talk to.
“Don’t think you’re alone, because there is always someone that cares about you, to talk to.”

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