I have prepared a special Focus Page related to the Platte Canyon High School Tragedy. The page includes an updated list of media articles, video coverage links, audio coverage links, still photo & slideshow links, as well as all the information originally published in the original post here at Liberty Rocks Blog. The page also includes information on the family’s wishes and the Emily Keyes “I love U guys” memorial fund information which you will find below.
You can access the special focus page at the following link: FOCUS PAGE: THE PLATTE CANYON HS TRAGEDY
EMILY KEYES MEMORIAL INFORMATION:
“The family would like to thank the community for their phenomenal support.”
– The Keyes Family
The Keyes family also asks that those who wish to do something in Emily’s honor engage in “Random Acts of Kindness” in her memory.
Through a family friend, Louis Gonzalez, the family said, “In memory of Emily, we would like everybody to go out and do random acts of kindness, random acts of love to your friends, to your neighbors, to your fellow students. That’s exactly what Emily would have wanted.”
– “Keyes Family Asks for Random Acts of Kindness” – The Rocky Mountain News
COMMUNITY GATHERING & CANDLELIGHT VIGIL:
A community gathering and candlelight vigil with music has been set for Sunday, Oct. 1, 2006, at 5 p.m. at the National Farmers Union Education Center, 618 County Road 68, Bailey.
MEMORIAL FUND INFORMATION:
Donations can be made to the “I love U guys” Emily Keyes Memorial Fund at Wells Fargo Banks and Citywide Banks. (http://www.citywidebanks.com) For more information on the fund call; 303-465-6743.
The “I love U guys” fund is named in memory of the last text message that Emily sent to her parents.
There is also an Emily Keyes Memorial Fund at Peak National Bank.
FLOWERS & OTHER ITEMS:
Items such as flowers will be accepted at the Deer Creek Realty building located at 4 River Drive, Bailey, CO 80421
Most of the above information was obtained from the Park County Website – http://www.parkco.us Please visit the Park County website for updated community information.
Thank you to Pat’s Web Graphics for the Flower Graphics in this post: