Abby Clayton, 16, left, and Will Forbess, 17, both juniors at Sayre School, called, texted and sent Facebook and email messages of encouragement to friends during the Spread the Love-a-thon on Sunday. Contacts also received messages about youth suicide.
Abby Clayton, 16, left, and Will Forbess, 17, both juniors at Sayre School, called, texted and sent Facebook and email messages of encouragement to friends during the Spread the Love-a-thon on Sunday. Contacts also received messages about youth suicide. Herald-Leader
Abby Clayton, 16, left, and Will Forbess, 17, both juniors at Sayre School, called, texted and sent Facebook and email messages of encouragement to friends during the Spread the Love-a-thon on Sunday. Contacts also received messages about youth suicide. Herald-Leader

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