At a vigil held on State House Plaza in Concord, in the shadow of a giant Christmas tree, thirty-eight people held candles and sang in remembrance of thirteen homeless and formerly homeless people who died in New Hampshire 2010. Other Homeless Memorial Day vigils took place in Keene, Lebanon, Laconia, Conway, Claremont, Manchester, and Nashua.
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The Rev. David Keller, of First Congregational Church, with Mary Ellen Foley and Keith Kuenning
Carmelito is a volunteer at the Homeless Resource Center.
Maureen Ryan read Gov. Lynch’s proclamation of Homeless Memorial Day.
Ellen Fries and David Keller