Displaying positive messages to uplift and bring hope to those who are struggling with the idea of suicide. It’s a simple idea which could have a powerful effect. A Saskatoon woman whose daughter went through a considerable period of time thinking about suicide has organized a public event on Saturday afternoon. Amanda Sanderson invites anyone interested to meet at the Vimy Memorial at 2 p.m. and then from there the group will walk to the Broadway Bridge and hold up signs of support along the span of the bridge. She hopes those battling suicidal thoughts will see the messages and realize they are not alone. Sanderson’s dream is to help people. Along with this event, she owns SHB Apparel which stands for spirit of the warrior, hope for the future and the beauty of life. All of her clothing displays positive messages. Tomorrow’s event has become even more poignant for Sanderson, because last week her brother committed suicide. She says organizing this event is what is helping her get through this difficult time.