HOUSTON - Community members gathered for a ceremony remembering the lives that were lost a year ago in the Santa Fe High School shooting.
The Day of Remembrance and Resilience was held Friday, a day before the shooting anniversary.
The event consisted of student-led activity sessions, art projects, an open gym, game sessions, yoga classes, culinary classes, and letter writing to military and veterans.
Following the activities, first responders and founder of The Honor Network Tim Maher delivered a presentation titled, "A Message of Hope and Resilience."
A tree dedication was held outside of the science wing at Santa Fe High School.
Santa Fe Independent School District supports the city's resiliency day, Remembering Angels, which was held at the Galveston County Fair Grounds from 2 to 7:45 p.m.
School attendance was optional Friday.
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