The local "Seven Acts of Kindness" movement will kick off in an effort to honor the memory of a former NWU student — killed in a drunk driving crash — and his compassion for life.
The kickoff will include a free presentation by:
Detective Jay Ambrister — Douglas County (Kansas) deputy who investigated the crash the killed Cameron Freeman and injured his three friends in November 2010. Ambrister will discuss the investigation, stories of the drunken driver, and will share ways to prevent such crashes;
Nick Hernandez — a Lincoln man who has founded Positivity Matters, which designs community activities inspired by research from the field of positive psychology;
Paul and Shelley Freeman — parents of Cameron Freeman, who will discuss the Seven Acts of Kindness movement, a project aimed at inspiring others through action and visibility.
The presentation will be held in Callen Conference Center, located in the lower level of the Smith-Curtis Administration Building.
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