Meridian, Miss. The annual Reconciliation Week takes place July 7-12 in Meridian.
Reconciliation Week was started by the Miller family whose husband and father, Charles Miller, was a victim of the 2003 Lockheed shooting.
The Millers wanted to promote healing from that tragic event.
Yellow and black bows will be displayed during the week at city and county offices.
Here's a list of events:
Sunday, 7/7 – Reconciliation Service, 3:00 p.m.; 31st Baptist Church
Monday, 7/8 – Free Lemonade/Music, 9:00 am – noon; Dumont Plaza
Wednesday, 7/10 – Rev. Charlie J. Miller Memorial Luncheon, 11:45 am, Union Station
Thursday, 7/11 – Mission Mississippi Vision Luncheon, led by Neddie Winters, president; 11:30 am – 12:30 pm, Union Station
Friday, 7/12 – Memorial Ride by Oxford Night Owls Motorcycle Club, 1:00 p.m.
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