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7/20 Day of Remembrance for the Aurora Shooting Victims.

7/20 Day of Remembrance

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A Day of Remembrance is being planned on July 20. It will be a multifaceted day of meaningful remembrance, continued healing and positive community actions. 

The day will begin with a community gathering and morning ceremony to honor and remember those whose lives were lost, survivors and their loved ones. The ceremony will be followed by a variety of healing activities such as meditation and reflection, counseling, yoga and art and music activities. Groups and individuals can pre-register for a number of community service projects that will take place around Aurora that day. Project descriptions and registration information are available atwww.AuroraGov.org/720Volunteer

Activities at the Aurora Municipal Center, 15151 E. Alameda Parkway

7:30 a.m., Community Gathering followed by an 8:30 a.m. Ceremony – Aurora Municipal Center Lawn

9 a.m. – 2 p.m., Healing Activities – Aurora Municipal Center 
Healing activities will include spiritual counseling, mental health counseling, art therapy projects, yoga, a nature walk and a poetry reading. Activities will also be scheduled at the Aurora Strong Resilience Center located at 1298 Peoria St. The Aurora Strong Community Resilience Center will open to the public in mid-July, officially opening its doors to all Aurora residents who have been affected by trauma, or who simply want to learn resilience and coping skills to prepare themselves for unexpected trauma. 

Aurora Strong Community Center opens Thursday

Healing after the Theater Shooting: Aurora Strong Community Center opens Thursday

Today the Aurora Strong Community Resilience Center begins offering free services to all city residents impacted by the movie theater shooting last July.

Terrible Accident at Kentucky and Buckley Road

 

According to Aurora Police, a GMC Yukon was driving northbound in the middle lane of South Buckley Road near East Kentucky Avenue. Police say that driver was going about 60 mph.

Meanwhile, a Toyota Corolla was traveling southbound on South Buckley Road and tried to make a left turn. The Yukon hit the Corolla. The crash caused the Corolla to go east towards the 7-Eleven and hit a tree.

http://www.9news.com/rss/story.aspx?storyid=323360

8-year-old girl says one word stopped her potential kidnappers in Aurora

http://kdvr.com/2012/10/22/8-year-old-girl-says-one-word-stopped-her-potential-kidnappers/

Police in Aurora say two men tried to grab a woman and drag her into their car at S. Chambers Rd. and E. Florida Ave. last week. She escaped.

Then Monday, two men tried to lure a young girl into their car less than half a mile away at E. Louisiana Ave. and S. Idalia St. while she waited for her school bus. She knew just what to do and she has some advice for other kids.

First Responders from Aurora Theater were honored.

 

http://denver.cbslocal.com/2012/09/21/first-responders-in-aurora-shooting-honored/
 
In exactly two months to the day after the tragedy Aurora city officials thought it might be nice to do something that may have got lost in the shuffle during that time — to give the first responders a proper thank you.
 
It was a small but meaningful token of gratitude for service and sacrifice.

Aurora police searching for missing woman

 

AURORA, Colo. – Police are asking for the public’s help in finding an Aurora woman last seen around noon on Saturday, July 14.57-year-old Dorine Avery was last seen near her house in the 13900 block of E. Oxford Place. Ms. Avery is described as a black female, very petite, 5’01”, weighing less than 100 lbs.

via Aurora police searching for missing woman | KWGN.com – Denver, Colorado News.

Dorine-Avery

 

Aurora Police Release Dramatic Photos Of Motorcyclist Being Hit By Car

http://www.thedenverchannel.com/news/31022665/detail.html

DENVER -- The pictures speak for themselves.
Photos of Greg Edwards being thrown into the air by a driver running a red light at South Chambers Road and East Iliff Avenue last month are compelling support for the use of red light cameras, Aurora police said.

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