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When we discovered the Bully documentary, we had no idea how it would become a central part of our work. It’s NYC director Lee Hirsch would come to Paducah for a special screening and the power of that movie would change minds and hearts. It moved us. It inspired us. And, it mobilized us to speak up and stand up. We would visit the Bully movie offices and Lee would introduce us to people like Dr Rick Weissbourd with Harvard’s Making Caring Common. His movie would also introduce us to the man in this picture - Kirk Smalley. His family was featured in the Bully movie. He and his wife, Laura, started Stand for the Silent after their 11-year-old son committed suicide. It took a year, but we brought him to Paducah. His presentation was powerful and heartbreaking. Laura died yesterday from a brain aneurysm. Our prayers go out to Kirk. ... See MoreSee Less

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So sad prayers for you🙏💕

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It’s #WorldKindnessDay and we are celebrating all the ways we have, with the help of so many, been able to bring awareness to the power of kindness. Together, we leave reminders everywhere that we believe it can change a person, a community, our state, and the world. World Kindness Day ... See MoreSee Less

SCARF IN THE PARK: This year, more than ever, we will have friends and neighbors in need of items to stay warm. We have purchased over 500 items and hope you will consider donating an item as well. There will not be collection points this year but you can bring your hats, gloves, scarves and socks on December 24 and hang them yourself. More to come. ... See MoreSee Less

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Leigh Landini Wright You make ‘em, I will get ‘em here.

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