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Activity: IOAD2020 Awareness, Candle Light Vigil & Memorial
Date: 31/08/2020
Time: 05:30 pm
Location: START:
Delray Beach City Hall
100 NW 1st Ave
Delray Beach, FL 33444END:
The Delray Beach
(Behind the Atlantic Ave Pavilion
Public/Private: Public
Individual/Organisation: Individual
Name of Organisation:
Contact: Ellen Isaacs
Phone: 561-860-0770
Email: ryansopc@gmail.com

We cordially invite you all to come join us in Delray Beach on International Overdose Awarness Day, August 31, 2020 at 5:30 pm.

We have asked Mayor Petrolia to lower the flags, turn Delray Beach purple and much more.

We shall be walking with social distancing to the beach for a beautiful candle lit memorial that shall include the following:

– Ropes with purple ribbons every 6 feet as we walk down both sides of the Atlantic Avenue;
upon arrival we will continue social distancing in a circle. The ropes will be tied off to commemorate the ties that bind are community together.
-Healing Music
-Streaming pictures of 100’s of Angel’s
-Reading of all of their names
-Welcoming the parents to speak about their angel(s)
– There will be other activities for memorializing, education, harm reduction and awareness

This memorial shall fall into sunset.

It’s time for the Recovery Mecca of the USA to begin healing! Everyone is invited; all grieving family members & friends, homeless and afflicted, recovery advocates, members & professionals, first responders (police, fire, & ems), healthcare heroes (ER Physicians, RN’s, Respiratory, Physical, Occupational &
Speech Therapists, CNA’s, Transporters, Medical Examiner’s, Funeral Home Employee’s, all elected City officials & employees and lastly the Mental Health Professionals.

#IOAD is designed for education and awareness which rolls directly into #Recovery Month. There are many success stories of people with long term recovery. Please take our hand and walk into the light.
We wish you ALL Peace, Love, Laughter and Light❣

For participation, please grab your sneakers, masks, purple garb and poster boards of
your fallen loved one’s and be respectful with Social Distancing.💜
#NeverToBeForgotten

Further information and updates can be located on Facebook at Ryan’s Opioid Pandemic Coalition (@RyansOPC) page or call Ellen at 561-860-0770. Blessings to all during this personally sensitive time in all of our lives.🙏☝️👣💜

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