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Community support grows for families
Heartland Graphics owner Tracy Hamilton shows off a memorial T-shirt Monday to Monroe Middle School seventh-grader Triniti Siedschlag as she picks up the recent purchase after school. Hamilton estimated the shop has sold more than 2,800 T-shirts as a fundraiser for the families of three Monroe teens killed and an area woman injured as the result of a car crash on Feb. 10. (Times photo: Bridget Cooke)
MONROE - More than a week after the fatal crash that claimed the lives of three Monroe teenagers and hospitalized a Monroe woman, fundraising efforts for the victims' families continue. Monroe residents and businesses are working to raise money for the families of the victims and are finding overwhelming community support. Heartland Graphics T-Shirts Black T-shirts adorned with the initials of the three Monroe High School students who died continue to sell as orders from nearby communities pour in.