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NOVA’s candlelight tribute for victims of crime is May 14

The community is invited to honor victims, their families and those who serve them

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NOVA, Bucks County’s comprehensive crime victim services agency, invites the community to join in honoring victims of crime, their families, friends and those who serve them at a candlelight tribute on May 14, from 6 to 8:30 p.m., at Core Creek Park Pavilion #11, 901 Bridgetown Pike, Langhorne. The gathering and reception starts at 6 p.m. and the event starts at 6:30 p.m.

The tribute will be a time of healing and awareness, featuring reflection, music and victim/survivor experiences. The speakers at this event include: 

  • Jennifer M. Schorn, First Assistant District Attorney for Bucks County speaking on the importance of supporting victims and their families 
  • Victim/survivor stories of healing where participants have the opportunity to honor themselves, a loved one or a community member who has been the victim of crime

There will be an exhibit of victim and survivor artwork, as well as interactive art stations. The closing of the tribute will feature an optional candlelit walk of intention to honor those impacted by crime.

Each year, NOVA holds a candlelight tribute for victims of crime to honor those affected by violence and to celebrate the many successes of the victims’ rights movement. All are invited to share in this experience; no RSVP is needed to attend.

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