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Remembering Aurora: Three Ways to Honor the Victims This Weekend

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Tomorrow marks one year since the Aurora Theater Shooting—a tragedy that sent a wave of grief, shock, and horror through the nation, and particularly, Colorado. If there was ever a good thing to come out of something so deeply saddening, it would be the reminder of our remarkable resililence and support for one another as a community. This weekend is a time to gather together and remember those we lost.

Here a couple ways you can honor the vicitms this weekend:

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The No More Names Rally in Aurora: Stand side by with families and friends who have lost loved ones to gun violence. Friday, July 19

7/20 Recovery Committee: This community resource was a direct response to the Aurora Theater Shooting. The organization focuses on spreading awareness of signs of trauma and post-traumatic stress disorder, in efforts to provide support to those who suffer. Saturday, July 20

A Night to Remember: Copper Kettle Brewing Co. will host an all day event on Saturday to honor the victims, and particularly, their friend and regular Alex Teves. Saturday, July 20

—Image courtesy of Shutterstock

Jerilyn Forsythe, Digital Associate Editor

Jerilyn Forsythe co-directs 5280.com's editorial strategy, manages the magazine's social media presence, and oversees 5280's digital internship program. Follow her on Instagram or Twitter @jlforsyt.

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