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The "This is Sparta" team for the Warrior Dash includes (from top left) Ashley DelVecchio, Keith Urban, Kelly Urban, (front) Andrew Liccardi and Jen Donnelly. Not pictured are Chris and Amanda Liccardi.  Credit: Patty DelVecchio
Patty DelVecchio July 24, 2013 at 06:40 pm
Good luck to This is Sparta! Anyone wishing to make donations can follow the link and donate to anyRead More of the team members! Thanks! https://waystohelp.stjude.org/sjVPortal/public/displayUserPage.do?programId=2252&userId=883895&eventId=333037
Speaker Mark Farrell says it's important to talk to friends or relatives who may be feeling depressed—especially if they express suicidal thoughts.
safehillsborough June 27, 2013 at 08:06 am
"And with about 50 students at Hillsborough High School atempting suicide eachRead More year".................. Please confirm this staggering amount of students attempting suicide each year.
J. Alecci June 19, 2013 at 02:43 pm
Congratulations Jennifer. Your dedication to this has touched me and I'm sure it has meant so muchRead More to the ones you have reached out to during the daily struggles family members go through to try to hold onto normalcy. My mom passed away six months ago from this horrible disease and it meant so much to our family to see others show their kindness and compassion. Thank you so much for all those you have touched.
J. Alecci June 19, 2013 at 06:14 pm
Congratulations Jennifer not only on your achievement, but obviously your great compassion for theRead More human spirit. You and yours should be amazingly proud of you. My mom passed the week before Christmas last year from this horrible disease. I can only speak for my family, but I'm sure the ones you had contact with felt the same way, Bless You Jennifer, it was the kindness of others that helped sustain us many times, put a smile on mom's face or better yet, opened that door if only just a moment.
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