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Flowers on the River
A walk to remember those who have been affected by Domestic Violence
Last updated: October 4, 2013 10:49 a.m.
Remembering victims of violence
Michelle Davies| The Journal Gazette
Tabitha Grady and her granddaughter Aaliyah Ennis, 2, join the Flowers on the River walk Tuesday near downtown Fort Wayne to memorialize victims of domestic violence. Grady's daughter was stillborn as a result of abuse.