Kenton High School’s Top Twenty held a public performance over the weekend. The group performed a song entitled “Change Begins With Me” at the third annual Suicide Awareness & Prevention Walk.

Featured as soloists in the number were Aubrey Thrush and Lindsey Beverly.


If a student is at risk of harming themselves they can reach out to their School Counselor’s Office.

Other resources include:

  • Alicia Cook – Case Manager – Family Recourse Center | Email:
  • Family Resource Center | Call: (419) 679-1219
  • Coleman Professional Services | Call: (419) 675-2243
  • 24/7 Hopeline | Call: 1-800-567-HOPE
  • 24/7 Text Service | Text: 741741
  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline | Call: 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
  • Online chat at

In an emergency situation, always call 9-1-1.