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Bell Ringing Honors Shooting Victims

Posted: December 15, 2013 at 5 a.m.

David Lewis, the grandfather of Jesse Lewis, gets a little help from one of his grandsons, Mack Silverman, age 3 from St Loius, as he rings the bells at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Fayetteville Saturday morning to honor the victims of Sandy Hook Elementary School. Jesse Lewis was one of 20 children and six adults who were shot and killed by a gunman one year ago. Several other churches across the area also rang their bells to honor the victims to the shooting.
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David Lewis, the grandfather of Jesse Lewis, gets a little help from one of his grandsons, Mack Silverman, age 3 from St Loius, as he rings the bells at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Fayetteville Saturday morning to honor the victims of Sandy Hook Elementary School. Jesse Lewis was one of 20 children and six adults who were shot and killed by a gunman one year ago. Several other churches across the area also rang their bells to honor the victims to the shooting.

It’s been decades since David Lewis rang the bells at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, but Saturday he rang them for a different reason.

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Foundation Donations

Donations to the Jesse Lewis Choose Love Foundation will be spent on developing and providing programs providing children, teachers and adults with the tools they need to have a baseline of optimism for resilience to leave happy and peaceful lives.

Source: www.jesselewischooselove.org.

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