Homelessness

Homeless Memorial Day Observed in 7 NH Communities

"We will remember and we will do all we can to help our brothers and sisters who need us"

Thirty-one people gathered at State House Plaza under a cold drizzle Wednesday afternoon to remember the lives of 26 formerly homeless people who died in 2011.  Homeless Memorial Day vigils also took place in Manchester, Nashua, Keene, Lebanon, Newport, and Laconia.

Homeless Memorial Day 2011

Wednesday, December 21, 2011 (All day)

Homeless Memorial Day vigils will take place in Concord, Manchester, Newport, Laconia, Lebanon, Keene, and Nashua on Wednesday, December 21, to remember those who lost their lives in the past year and strengthen our spirits for efforts to end homelessness in the coming year.    For time and place information, posters for vigils, and names of those we remember, go to:  http://afsc.org/resource/homeless-memorial-day-2011-new-hampshire.

The Names

Names of those who died in 2011.

Homeless Memorial Day - Lebanon

Poster for Homeless Memorial Day in Lebanon NH.

Homeless Memorial Day - Laconia

Poster for Homeless Memorial Day in Laconia.

Homeless Memorial Day - Concord

Poster for 2011 Homeless Memorial Day Vigil in Concord.

Homeless Memorial Day Events

Details for 2011 Homeless Memorial Day events in Concord, Manchester, Newport, Laconia, Lebanon, Keene, and Nashua.

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