DEXTER, Maine (NEWS CENTER) -- It's been one year since Steven Lake shot and killed his estranged wife Amy, and their two children Monica and Coty, and then himself. Their deaths in part helped bring about some changes to Maine's Domestic violence laws. Amy was a popular kindergarten teacher in Dexter with two active kids. Their deaths not only devastated their community, but it sent shockwaves across the state. Governor Lepage, a victim of childhood abuse himself, championed a number of domestic violence bills which had bipartisan support in the legislature. Those recently passed laws require law enforcement officers perform risk assessments of alleged abusers, require bail be determined by a judge instead of a bail commissioner, increase funding for the victims compensation program, and ensure that victims of domestic violence be notifed when their alleged abusers are released on bail. Family and friends of Amy Bagley are hoping to get more laws passed to protect victims. That is why they are hosting the second annual Amy Coty and Monica Memorial 5K Race/Walk to End Domestic Violence. It is Sunday June 17th at Bud Elms Field on Zion's Hill Road in Dexter. Registration is from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. and the race starts at 10:00 a.m. The entrance fee for the race is $20. Kelly Gay, the race organizer, says the proceeds will be put into a fund used to support legislation that would require ankle monitoring devices be worn by domestic violence defendants in life threatening domestic violence cases who have protection from abuse orders issued against them by courts.