Delaware To Observe Moment Of Silence For Sandy Hook Victims
By Richard Deaver Jr.

In the wake of the Sandy Hook Shooting Governor Markell is asking Delawareans to join with the residents of Connecticut in observing a moment of silence on Friday at 9:30 a.m. in memory of the victims of the Elementary School shooting. Governor Malloy of Connecticut has declared a day of mourning on Friday, December 21, and has asked his fellow governors to observe a moment of silence as well.

Out of respect Governor Markell is requesting that Delawareans join the moment of silence at 9:30 a.m. on Friday to reflect and remember the lives that were lost. The Governor also asks you to consider what we can do as individuals, communities and as a state to prevent these future tragedies.

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