More than 500 people came to Manito Park, May 7, 2014, to remember 10-year-old Gracie Snider who was killed in a traffic accident Saturday on her way home from a soccer match. Most came because they knew Gracie or were involved in soccer, but some were there simply because they felt they needed to be there.
Members of the Spokane Foxes and supporters gather in Manito Park for a Wednesday evening candlelight vigil to honor 10-year-old soccer player Gracie Snider. The girl was killed in a auto accident on Saturday. Gracie’s teammate Ayla James (framed picture with the balls) was also injured and is at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle.
Jay Snider is embraced by well-wishers as he arrived Wednesday evening at Manito Park for a candlelight vigil for his daughter, Gracie. The girl was killed near Ritzville on Saturday in an auto accident.
Friends gather together for support as they listen to the words of a song “Dear Gracie, won’t you come out to play” at a memorial to Gracie Snider, May 7, 2014, at Manito Park. Gracie was killed in an automobile accident east of Ritzville on Saturday.