Worldwide Candle Lighting Ceremony

Excitement is building as the 26th  annual Worldwide Candle Lighting Ceremony approaches for 2021. Family and friends around the globe will unite as they light candles for one hour to honor and remember children who have died at any age from any cause.

As candles are lit at 7 pm local time, December 12th a virtual wave of light will be created as hundreds of thousands of persons commemorate and honor the memory of children in a way that transcends all ethnic, cultural, religious and political boundaries.

Now believed to be the largest mass candle lighting on the globe, the Worldwide Candle Lighting, a gift to the bereavement community from compassionate friends, creates a virtual 24 hour wave of light as it moves from time zone to time zone.

Hundreds of formal candle lighting events are held and thousands of informal candle lightings are conducted in homes as families gather in quiet remembrance of children who have died, but will never be forgotten.

Every year you are invited to post a message in the remembrance book which will be available, during the event, at TCF’s national website. All allied bereavement organizations, churches, funeral homes, hospices and formal and informal bereavement groups are invited to join in the December 8th Worldwide Candle lighting at 7 pm.

See Local Links on the  921kmoe.com website for the link . www.compassionatefriends.org

We now pause for a moment of silence to honor those that have left this world to early .Our hope is that you cherish the precious memories of time spent together  and that you are blessed with  a peace  that lasts the rest of your life. 

Butler: Santa Hours Revised

Santa will be at his house on the Butler Square following the Butler Christmas Parade on December 4th. If you can’t talk

with Santa on that date… remember he will be back on Saturday, December 11th from 1 until visitors slow down and

again Saturday, December 18th from 5 pm  until the Santa visitors slow down . Merry Christmas from Santa!