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Candlelight vigil for Newtown victims in Dobbs Ferry

From left, Mary Caruso, Alicia Garofalo and Maria

From left, Mary Caruso, Alicia Garofalo and Maria Harris, all of Dobbs Ferry, attend a vigil on the Dobbs Ferry waterfront for the victims of those killed in Newtown, Conn. Garofalo and Harris had never met before. "I can't stop crying," Harris said as she wiped away tears. (Dec. 16, 2012) Photo Credit: Faye Murman

Dozens attended a vigil on the Dobbs Ferry waterfront for the victims of those killed Friday in Newtown, Conn. Organized by parents in the community, the group then marched through the town, calling for local politicians to support reasonable gun control laws. (Dec. 16, 2012)

From left, Mary Caruso, Alicia Garofalo and Maria
Photo Credit: Faye Murman

From left, Mary Caruso, Alicia Garofalo and Maria Harris, all of Dobbs Ferry, attend a vigil on the Dobbs Ferry waterfront for the victims of those killed in Newtown, Conn. Garofalo and Harris had never met before. "I can't stop crying," Harris said as she wiped away tears. (Dec. 16, 2012)

Dozens attend a vigil on the Dobbs Ferry
Photo Credit: Faye Murman

Dozens attend a vigil on the Dobbs Ferry waterfront for the victims of those killed Friday in Newtown, Conn. (Dec. 16, 2012)

Ashley Klein, 11, and Alexis Corona, 12, attend
Photo Credit: Faye Murman

Ashley Klein, 11, and Alexis Corona, 12, attend a vigil on the Dobbs Ferry waterfront for the victims of those killed Friday in Newtown, Conn. (Dec. 16, 2012)

Dozens attend a vigil on the Dobbs Ferry
Photo Credit: Faye Murman

Dozens attend a vigil on the Dobbs Ferry waterfront for the victims of those killed Friday in Newtown, Conn. (Dec. 16, 2012)

From left, Paula Dambroff, Nancy Delmerico, Donald Vitagliano
Photo Credit: Faye Murman

From left, Paula Dambroff, Nancy Delmerico, Donald Vitagliano and Tsha Gregory, all of Dobbs Ferry, attend a vigil on the Dobbs Ferry waterfront for the victims of those killed Friday in Newtown, Conn. (Dec. 16, 2012)

From left, Emma Fleming-Rosen, 18; Jaime Gelardi, 18;
Photo Credit: Faye Murman

From left, Emma Fleming-Rosen, 18; Jaime Gelardi, 18; and Laurilyn Gelardi, 16, all of Irvington, attend a vigil on the Dobbs Ferry waterfront for the victims of those killed in Newtown, Conn. (Dec. 16, 2012)

Dozens attend a vigil on the Dobbs Ferry
Photo Credit: Faye Murman

Dozens attend a vigil on the Dobbs Ferry waterfront for the victims of those killed Friday in Newtown, Conn. (Dec. 16, 2012)

Diane McKenna of Dobbs Ferry attends a vigil
Photo Credit: Faye Murman

Diane McKenna of Dobbs Ferry attends a vigil on the Dobbs Ferry waterfront for the victims of those killed in Newtown, Conn. (Dec. 16, 2012)

Ashley Klein, 11, of Dobbs Ferry, cries next
Photo Credit: Faye Murman

Ashley Klein, 11, of Dobbs Ferry, cries next to her mother, Ashley ,at a vigil on the Dobbs Ferry waterfront for the victims of those killed in Newtown, Conn. Organized by parents in the community, the group then marched through the town, calling for local politicians to support reasonable gun control laws. (Dec. 16, 2012)

Jamie Gelardi, 18, of Irvington, lights a candle
Photo Credit: Faye Murman

Jamie Gelardi, 18, of Irvington, lights a candle with her sister Laurilyn, 16, at a vigil on the Dobbs Ferry waterfront for the victims of those killed in Newtown, Conn. (Dec. 16, 2012)

Dozens attend a vigil on the Dobbs Ferry
Photo Credit: Faye Murman

Dozens attend a vigil on the Dobbs Ferry waterfront for the victims of those killed Friday in Newtown, Conn. (Dec. 16, 2012)

Dozens attend a vigil on the Dobbs Ferry
Photo Credit: Faye Murman

Dozens attend a vigil on the Dobbs Ferry waterfront for the victims of those killed Friday in Newtown, Conn. (Dec. 16, 2012)

Alicia Garofalo, right, hugs Maria Harris at a
Photo Credit: Faye Murman

Alicia Garofalo, right, hugs Maria Harris at a vigil on the Dobbs Ferry waterfront for the victims of those killed in Newtown, Conn. (Dec. 16, 2012)

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