RIP, Buck, From Your Neighbor Viking Mills

 

Angel Mosaic, Alex “Psyckoze” Stolypine and Emilie Ledieu, artists, Viking Mill, Kensington | Photo: Ella Curtiss

From New Kensington Development Corporation

Sunday Night Vigil
WHERE: Site of the fire, Between York and Boston Street by Jasper
WHEN: SUNDAY, APRIL 15th, 2012 6PM

We will honor the losses and share the weight of this difficult time with neighbors and with the wide family of people who care for our community, care for the soul of Philadelphia, and care for the current heartache.

The families of the lost fighters will be attending.

At the vigil we will distribute information on:
Support for families, affected residents, a new effort to prevent factory fire #5 in East Kensington.

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Ella Curtiss is a graduating senior at Arcadia University, majoring in Spanish Cultural Studies.



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