Glen Rock High School students honor victims of Boston bombings with inspirational stars

A group of students at Glen Rock High School honored victims of the Boston Marathon bombings by decorating wooden stars with inspirational messages.

A group of students at Glen Rock High School honored victims of the Boston Marathon bombings by decorating wooden stars with inspirational messages. (5/21/13)

GLEN ROCK - A group of students at Glen Rock High School have honored victims of the Boston Marathon bombings by decorating wooden stars with inspirational messages.

The project was coordinated by the 9/12 Project. The group formed after the 9/11 attacks with a goal to highlight the good that can come from people coming together following tragedies.

The stars will be delivered to the former school of Martin Richards, the 8-year-old boy killed in the Boston attacks.


 

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