Come and hear about Rachel's Challenge on September 15, 2011 from 8:00 - 9:00 p.m. in the Jack & Deb Miller Chapel on the Ashland University Campus.
Rachel Scott was the first person killed in the Columbine tragedy on April 20, 1999. Although she died in such a tragic way, Rachel is remembered not by her death, but by the way she lived her life. Rachel lived her life according to several principles. She believed that small acts of kindness could change people's lives. Rachel's classmates at Columbine knew her for the way she befriended students who felt outcast or alone. After her death, many people came forward to share how Rachel's compassionate words and small acts of kindness impacted their lives. Rachel's kindness touched people in both simple and profound ways.
Rachel's Story has been an inspiration to millions throughout the world. Many suicides, school shootings and other acts of violence have been prevented due to the simple acts of kindness and compassion from those who have accepted Rachel's Challenge - starting a chain reaction of their own.