Community members mourn at vigil

Hundreds gathered to mourn the loss of Trinity Lhamon and Keelin  Doty at the Waynesfield-Goshen High School football field on Friday.
By: 
JOHN HAMILTON
Staff Writer

A community mourned together Friday night. Hundreds gathered at the Waynesfield-Goshen football field to mourn the loss of 10-year-old Trinity Lhamon and 7-year-old Keelin Doty. The two sisters perished in a house fire Wednesday morning at their home in the early morning hours.

Rev. Ryan Price, of the New Hampshire Community Church, led the group in prayer.

Price then asked for people to form a circle on the field where he asked people to share memories they had of the two. Various family and friends came forward and spoke of the two. The relatives also spoke about how amazed they were to see the support the community has shown.

There will be a memorial service held Monday night at Waynesfield-Goshen High School at 6 p.m., those in attendance are asked to wear either purple or orange as it was the girls’ favorites colors. A private funeral will be held for the two on a later date.

See Monday's print edition for the full story.

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