Silent Watch event held Friday


Record-Herald media sales consultant Kathy Patterson and Anne Quinn, Carnegie Public Library MLIS-Head of Children’s Services, participated in Friday’s Silent Watch event at the Fayette County Courthouse. The Fayette County Veterans Service Commission hosted the third-annual event to help spread awareness about veteran suicide and what the community can help do to prevent it.

Record-Herald media sales consultant Kathy Patterson and Anne Quinn, Carnegie Public Library MLIS-Head of Children’s Services, participated in Friday’s Silent Watch event at the Fayette County Courthouse. The Fayette County Veterans Service Commission hosted the third-annual event to help spread awareness about veteran suicide and what the community can help do to prevent it.


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Record-Herald media sales consultant Kathy Patterson and Anne Quinn, Carnegie Public Library MLIS-Head of Children’s Services, participated in Friday’s Silent Watch event at the Fayette County Courthouse. The Fayette County Veterans Service Commission hosted the third-annual event to help spread awareness about veteran suicide and what the community can help do to prevent it.

Record-Herald media sales consultant Kathy Patterson and Anne Quinn, Carnegie Public Library MLIS-Head of Children’s Services, participated in Friday’s Silent Watch event at the Fayette County Courthouse. The Fayette County Veterans Service Commission hosted the third-annual event to help spread awareness about veteran suicide and what the community can help do to prevent it.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2022/09/web1_SilentWatch.jpgRecord-Herald media sales consultant Kathy Patterson and Anne Quinn, Carnegie Public Library MLIS-Head of Children’s Services, participated in Friday’s Silent Watch event at the Fayette County Courthouse. The Fayette County Veterans Service Commission hosted the third-annual event to help spread awareness about veteran suicide and what the community can help do to prevent it. Courtesy photo