A place to pay respects

From left, Dawn Koonce of New London and her daughter, Kaitlyn, 16, hang 27 wreaths Thursday on the Parade in downtown New London as a memorial for each of Newtown's 27 victims. Dawn Koonce said they wanted to create the memorial as a place where people who can't get to Newtown may pay their respects.
From left, Dawn Koonce of New London and her daughter, Kaitlyn, 16, hang 27 wreaths Thursday on the Parade in downtown New London as a memorial for each of Newtown's 27 victims. Dawn Koonce said they wanted to create the memorial as a place where people who can't get to Newtown may pay their respects. Dana Jensen The Day Buy Photo

From left, Dawn Koonce of New London and her daughter, Kaitlyn, 16, hang 27 wreaths Thursday on the Parade in downtown New London as a memorial for each of Newtown's 27 victims. Dawn Koonce said they wanted to create the memorial as a place where people who can't get to Newtown may pay their respects.

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