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Homeless Persons Memorial & Candlelight Vigil Tonight

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The first day of winter brings the time of the year where citizens of the state remember those who died for lack of shelter.---

This year Gov. Gary Herbert will declare Dec. 21 Homeless Persons Memorial Day. Join the event where candles and warm beverages will be provided and Salt Lake County Mayor Peter Corroon, Salt Lake City mayor Ralph Becker and Gov. Herbert will speak on the struggles of the homeless in Utah.

Tonight, Dec. 21, at Pioneer Park, 400 S. 400 West, at 5:30 p.m. For more info e-mail info@fourthstreetclinic.org

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