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Newtown marches on

A tree photographed on a snow-covered field during sunrise  near Memmingen, southern Germany, Tuesday Dec. 20, 2011. (Sebastian Widmann / Dapd)
A tree photographed on a snow-covered field during sunrise near Memmingen, southern Germany, Tuesday Dec. 20, 2011. (Sebastian Widmann / Dapd)

Months after the horrific school shootings in Newtown, Connecticut, the community will march on – stronger than ever.

The annual parade marking the end of summer will take place – continuing a decades-old tradition.

Follow the year-long journey of healing in a community that chooses love.

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