Submitted by SHARE
Share Southern Vermont, Pregnancy and Infant Loss Support invite you to join them as they participate in the National Wave of Light Ceremony on Thursday, October 15.
They will gather on the Chester Green to share each other's memories while the candles burn from 7 to 8 p.m., joining those of other groups world wide. The flames will create a continuous wave of light in memory of all our angel babies. SSV believes that every life, even the tiniest and shortest lived deserves to be acknowledged and remembered.
Cara Tyrrell, founding director of SSV states, "The parents of these children never forget. This evening is a gift we can give them, a way to show that their babies are loved and remembered all across the globe."
As the dates fall, SSV's monthly support group meeting gathers the previous evening, Wednesday, October 14 at 7 p.m.
in the Community Room of the Whiting Library in Chester. If you have lost a baby, regardless of how many years have passed, you are always welcome to join the group.
For more information about the origination of this event, visit www.october15th.com. Candles will be provided. Please plan to arrive by 6:30 to park behind the historical society or at Cobleigh field. Please do not park along Route 11.
For more details, including a map of the village, visit www.sharesouthernvermont.blogspot.com.
If you would like to read a poem, journal entry, letter to your baby, or sing, contact Cara at 226-7231