Medford to deliver Sandy Hook plaque

Feb 13, 2013
Photo by: Jessi Stone Marylin Medford, who works at Clyde’s Rays Flower Shop, cross-stitched a memorial plaque for the victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting. She will be driving up to Connecticut on Feb. 23 to present the plaque to the community. The plaque contains the names of the 26 students and teachers who were killed and Medford hopes the plaque will be hung in the school. Medford’s mother Devoice Medford also helped her with the stitching.

Marylin Medford, who works at Clyde’s Rays Flower Shop, cross-stitched a memorial plaque for the victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting. She will be driving up to Connecticut on Feb. 23 to present the plaque to the community. The plaque contains the names of the 26 students and teachers who were killed and Medford hopes the plaque will be hung in the school. Medford’s mother Devoice Medford also helped her with the stitching.

Comments (1)
Posted by: Haywood Co Schools | Feb 18, 2013 06:39

Marylin,

Thank you for remembering our children - what a great memorial plaque. Anne Garrett



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