Friends share messages of hope amid coronavirus pandemic
By: CBS 58 Newsroom
Posted: Apr 3, 2020 11:09 PM CDT
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MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- The pandemic is testing all of us, and making our lives difficult each day.
Rather than stay inside and mope, one woman decided to spread good cheer.
Friday was a dark anniversary for Hannah King. Her brother committed suicide a year ago.
Still, she joined her friends at the Walgreens near Highway 100, sharing messages of hope.
She says the feedback has been amazing.
"The amount of beeps and waves, even just since you've been here has been amazing," she said. The waves...it's just nice to see people read our sign and realize that it's a positive impact."
The signs also shared the number of the Suicide Hotline: 1-800-273-8255.
If you or anyone you know is struggling, don't hesitate to call and get help immediately.