Kelly Rose leads The Compassionate Friends’ Worldwide Candle Lighting at Paddlewheel Park Hall Sunday, Dec. 9. At 7 p.m., candles are lit across the globe to remember children who have been lost. The Compassionate Friends meet the last Thursday of the month at The People Place in support of bereaved parents. (Parker Crook/Morning Star)

Vernon candle lighting honours lost children

Worldwide Candle Lighting was Dec. 9

The Compassionate Friends’ Worldwide Candle Lighting was at Paddlewheel Park Hall Sunday, Dec. 9.

TCF Meetings are held on the last Thursday of the month at 7 p.m. at the People Place, 3400-27 Avenue in Vernon.

The Compassionate Friends Vernon has compiled a bereavement package designed to offer comfort and guidance as one begins to grieve the loss of their child. To receive a bereavement package via mail, contact Darlene at 250-558-5026 or e-mail vernon@tcfcanada.net.


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