Sandy Hook Memorial Garden

Sandy Hook Memorial Garden, a sacred ground of healing.

This Facebook page is to promote a place of healing, greiving, and remembrance for those babies and heroes that were lost on this tragic day. A peaceful garden of sacred ground. We need a place to break ground, then the process can begin. We are sure there are many that will donate time and materials.

As a community, this is a wonderful way to gather together and have a healing process for the years to come. Please feel free to post your comments and information so we can get this started.

Facebook Page: Sandy Hook Memorial Garden

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Bill Moody December 16, 2012 at 05:58 PM
My wife and i have created a page to advocate using some Fairfield Hills property to create a Childrens park. Would love to work together and have sculptures, seating, a fountain and of course a lovely garden. http://www.facebook.com/newtownmemorialpark
Kathie Balakier December 17, 2012 at 12:53 PM
I would love to help with the garden! It's such a great idea in memory of all the beautiful lives that were taken from us too soon. Please let me know . Hugs to all those families Kathie Balakier
Lisa December 18, 2012 at 07:59 AM
What great ideas! Please let us know how we can help.
peggy lynn walk-erlich December 18, 2012 at 06:45 PM
this is an awesome idea... that school should never be used again...
Catherine December 19, 2012 at 04:35 AM
First and foremost, I want to send my condolences to the Newtown community. The shock & sadness has spread all the way to California, and our love, prayer and healing thoughts are sent right back to Newtown. The country is truly with you at this time! As a mother of two, I wanted to do something different for Christmas gifts for my kids' teachers this year. I have a kindergartner and absolutely adore his teacher - and have such a deeper appreciation for her after last weeks events. I was hoping I could donate 26 pink flowers to be planted in honor of my son's kindergarten teacher (she loves the color pink) in the Sandy Hook Memorial Garden. Please let me know how to donate. Hugs and prayers to the community of Newtown, CT. Catherine Lucey Corte Mader, CA


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