Blue Flags Honor Framingham COVID Victims; Candlelight Memorial Walk Wednesday

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FRAMINGHAM – Blue flags have been placed on the Framingham Center Common to honor the COVID-19 victims in the City of Framingham.

Open Spirit: A Place of Hope, Health & Harmony is sponsoring the interactive memorial on Framingham Centre Common.

As you drive or walk by, you will see a pathway created from small blue flags: one flag for each Framingham resident lost to this coronavirus pandemic, said the organization.

Residents are invited to “walk the pathway, pausing to honor the over-200 residents who have died: the grief we feel and the gift of their lives. Feel free to bring a permanent marker and write the name of someone you have lost on a flag,” posted the organization.

On Tuesday, the Framingham Interfaith Community Association will hold a Memorial Service at 7 p.m.

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83032374997, Passcode FICA2021

And on Wednesday, there will be a Candlelight Memorial Walk at 6:15 p.m. on the Framingham Centre Common.

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Photo courtesy of Open Spirit’s Facebook page

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