Friday, December 28, 2012
Group Collecting Superhero Capes for Sandy Hook Survivors
A middle school student from Connecticut and her mom want the survivors of the Sandy Hook Elementary shooting to know the devastating actions of one person haven't taken their strength from them. Allison Anderson, 13, and her mother, Camie Mollica, have started collecting "superhero" capes for the survivors of the shooting to recognize the bravery so many showed on that day. The Andersons coordinated with Northwest Catholic School in West Hartford to organize Capes for Kids, an organization that hopes to give all 525 students at Sandy Hook a cape. "They need to know that the world thinks they are all superheroes... and every superhero needs a cape," a statement reads on the group's Facebook page. The full article can be read here.