Church of the Holy Nativity remembers lives lost to gun violence
CLARENDON HILLS — It was a bittersweet sight on the lawn of Church of the Holy Nativity in Clarendon Hills on Sunday.
Volunteers as young as 4 years old braved the cold and blistering winds to help address an issue that has become all too common in the Chicago area: Death as a result of gun violence.
To remember victims and increase awareness, the Rev. Aimée Delevett gathered church members and volunteers to help install crosses on church lawn. Each cross represents an individual who died from gun violence in Chicago and its suburbs so far in 2013.
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