Survivors of Violent Loss Program (SVLP) and
The Cara Knott Foundation invite you to the
River of Remembrance Ceremony
In honor of National Day of Remembrance for Murder Victims
Crime Victims Oak Garden
Saturday, September 21, 2013 10a.m.-Noon
The River of Remembrance Ceremony is an informal peer-support event where you will have the opportunity to tell other crime survivors about your loved ones life and how you want us to remember them. You can paint a rock with your loved ones name on it and put it into a “river” or participate in our t-shirt activity by painting a t-shirt and hanging it on our “memory clothes line.” You can bring your own rock or t-shirt or some will be available at the event as will paint and supplies. You can also engrave smooth river rocks at Conti & Sons 619-264-2480. Rocks should be 6”-8” maximum. Bring a chair & some food or drink to share.
Contact Dayna Herroz for more information and for food sign up sheet firstname.lastname@example.org 619-955-6084
Crime Victims Oak Garden Directions: Cara Way off Scripps Poway Parkway. From San Diego I-15 north to Scripps Poway Parkway, exit right & make a U-turn at the first light. Return on Scripps Poway Parkway and turn right on Cara Way (just before the I-15 on ramp). Look for purple balloons on sign post and follow Cara Way to the end of the park along the street.
Co-Sponsors: Cara Knott Foundation, Survivors of Violent Loss (SVLP), Jenna Druck Center, Center for Mindful Relationships, Victims Assistance Coordinating Council (VACC), Crime Stoppers, Therapy Changes, Crime & Trauma Recovery, Alliance for Community Empowerment (ACE) Crime Victims Oak Garden