Thousands attend vigil at Jonathan Law High School in Milford for slain student Maren Sanchez
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Maren Sanchez’s Wake
Numbers & Links
Maren Sanchez Family Fundraisers
The Milford community has rallied to the aid of the Jonathan Law High School community and to Maren Sanchez's family since her death on Friday.
If you would like to donate directly to the Sanchez family:
The Maren Sanchez Memorial Fund
c/o Attorney Mike McCabe
23 Sunnyside Court
Milford CT 06460
The United Way of Milford's Cut-a-Thon, scheduled at Flip Salon in Devon on May 4, will not be held due to the recent tragedy. Instead, Flip will be holding an event that day to support the Sanchez family and to honor Maren's legacy. All interested in supporting this community event should contact Flip Salon's owner, Frank.
The United Way of Milford, our 22 partner agencies and staff, wish to express our condolences to Maren's family and friends. Several of our agencies have been on the ground since Friday morning, offering support to the student body, staff and others affected by this tragedy. With heavy hearts, we are #milfordstrong.
Amity Teen Center
10 Selden Street
May 10, 2014
$10 at the door
Featuring DJ Sith
Flip Salon : 203-713-8180
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Thousands of people attended a vigil Monday night in Milford for Maren Sanchez, the student who was killed at Jonathan Law High School last Friday.
Many people at the vigil wore purple, Sanchez's favorite color, and carried purple flowers. Gov. Dannel Malloy was among the attendees.
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