Chardon High School: Community raises money for victims' families

12:53 AM, Mar 3, 2012   |    comments
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CHARDON, OHIO -- The community of Chardon is helping to raise money to support the families of the Chardon High School shooting victims.

Three students died in the shootings, one remains hospitalized.  A fifth victim has been released.

The United Way of Geauga County is overseeing the Chardon Healing Fund that will raise money for the victims' families.  The fund has already raised $150,000.

In addition the Chardon Angels of Hope has set up a fund at Huntington Bank for donations for the families. Donations can be made through any Huntington Bank branch.

The non-profit group is also planning a community vigil for May 3 on the Chardon Square.

At the Old Navy in Mentor employees are making ribbons in the Chardon High School colors. People can make whatever donation they wish in return for the ribbons. The money will be given to the Chardon BOE to disperse to victims' families.

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