Here are a few of the pictures that have been taken and posted.
We estimate there were 75-100 people who came.
Some of you were not there (in spirit we know you were) so I would like to share this with you.
Thank you Lucy, Heather, Kathy, Maureen, Stacey, Lori, Saralyn, Mr. Nagel, Gary at Phanton Music, Debbi and staff at Frontrunner Footwear, Ken with NRT Trucking, NRT Trucking, Bonnie at Great Things in Store, Marwan at Panago Pizza, Jessica at Rino Print Solutions, Jen, Theresa, Roxanne, Tim Hortons, Daphine At Bodie Button and all the media that attended today and has showed compassion and respect for the victims and their families a heartfelt thank you.

To each and every person that made this campaign such an overwhelming success, we also send a heartfelt thank you. To everyone attending today, all those with us in spirit and everyone across Canada who sent shoes, collected shoes, donated shoes and helped in so many ways we are so thankful.

We are grateful to everyone that has shown support for this campaign, by doing so we recognize your acknowledgement of the seriousness and devastation of this crime and the need for a change in the laws.

We thank you for the caring kindness you have shown to each life taken and their loved ones. Your support has touched our hearts and let us know our loved ones DO matter and we are not alone.

YOU ALL made this happen and I am proud to be a small part of this campaign. Together we are stronger.heart

Please continue to support this cause by signing the petition,

Kim Thomas



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Last updated on: 2014-09-18 | Link to this post