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Little Angels

By Pam Johnson

Published December 18. 2012 9:58AM   Updated December 18. 2012 10:07AM
Photo Courtesy Calavolpe Family
Giovanni Calavolpe, a grade school student at St. Mary's School, made this poster in memory of the children (20 little angels) who lost their lives in Newtown.

Branford residents are finding their own way to cope with news of the Newtown tragedy, including the town's younger citizens. St. Mary's Church held a local prayer service on Dec. 17 in response to the Newtown tragedy.  Branford youngster Giovanni Calavolpe, a grade school student at St. Mary's School, made a poster over the weekend, depicting 20 little angels in memory of the children who lost their lives at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown. Holding hands and sharing hearts, the poster reads "Our Hearts are United with God."

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