Congregations remember earthquake in Haiti

Angelique Similien, center, of Lisbon sings along while seated with her nephew Elie Isaac, right, and her sister Erone Jozile, left, both of Norwich, during a joint service Friday night by youth groups from Peniel Church and the First Haitian Baptist Church of Norwich, both located in the Greeneville section of Norwich. The event was in honor of the second anniversary of the earthquake that struck Haiti. The service, held at the First Haitian Church, included music, testimony and a collection for a local effort to raise money to build homes this year for families in Haiti. For more information, go to www.35secondsforHaiti.org.
Angelique Similien, center, of Lisbon sings along while seated with her nephew Elie Isaac, right, and her sister Erone Jozile, left, both of Norwich, during a joint service Friday night by youth groups from Peniel Church and the First Haitian Baptist Church of Norwich, both located in the Greeneville section of Norwich. The event was in honor of the second anniversary of the earthquake that struck Haiti. The service, held at the First Haitian Church, included music, testimony and a collection for a local effort to raise money to build homes this year for families in Haiti. For more information, go to www.35secondsforHaiti.org. Dana Jensen/The Day Buy Photo

Angelique Similien, center, of Lisbon sings along while seated with her nephew Elie Isaac, right, and her sister Erone Jozile, left, both of Norwich, during a joint service Friday night by youth groups from Peniel Church and the First Haitian Baptist Church of Norwich, both located in the Greeneville section of Norwich. The event was in honor of the second anniversary of the earthquake that struck Haiti. The service, held at the First Haitian Church, included music, testimony and a collection for a local effort to raise money to build homes this year for families in Haiti. For more information, go to www.35secondsforHaiti.org.

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