Local chapel service honors Boston victims | News
Colgate Rochester Crozer Divinity School held a service for the victims of the Monday's bombings in Boston.
One of the seminary students, who has family in Boston and expected to move back there in just a few months, spoke about how tough it may be for the people to move past this tragedy.
Callid Keef-Perry said, "There's always going to be a possibility. I think that another way is possible."
Many people attended Wednesday's service in honor of the victims and survivors.
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