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Catherine's Cause Remembrance Ceremony | PHOTOS

Kim Reich of Hanover, Pa., lights a candle in the memory of a friend's daughter, Makenzee George who died in 2017, during a remembrance ceremony by Catherine's Cause, an anti-drunk driving organization, at Ascension Episcopal Church on Thursday, Dec. 2, 2021. The ceremony memorializes all those killed on Carroll County roads and is organized by Cynthia and Philip Mullikin, in memory of their daughter Catherine Mullikin.
(Brian Krista/Carroll County Times)

Catherine's Cause Remembrance Ceremony | PHOTOS

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Pictures from a remembrance ceremony by Catherine's Cause, an anti-drunk driving organization, at Ascension Episcopal Church on Thursday, Dec. 2, 2021.
(Brian Krista)
Catherine's Cause Remembrance Ceremony
Philip and Cynthia Mullikin welcome guests to a remembrance ceremony by Catherine's Cause, an anti-drunk driving organization they began in memory of their daughter Catherine Mullikin, at Ascension Episcopal Church on Thursday, Dec. 2, 2021. The ceremony memorializes all those killed on Carroll County roads in the past year and previous years.
Philip and Cynthia Mullikin welcome guests to a remembrance ceremony by Catherine's Cause, an anti-drunk driving organization they began in memory of their daughter Catherine Mullikin, at Ascension Episcopal Church on Thursday, Dec. 2, 2021. The ceremony memorializes all those killed on Carroll County roads in the past year and previous years. (Brian Krista/Carroll County Times)
Catherine's Cause Remembrance Ceremony
Members of the Manchester Valley High School chorus perform "I Will Remember You" during a remembrance ceremony by Catherine's Cause, an anti-drunk driving organization, at Ascension Episcopal Church on Thursday, Dec. 2, 2021. The ceremony memorializes all those killed on Carroll County roads in the past year and is organized by Cynthia and Philip Mullikin, in memory of their daughter Catherine Mullikin.
Members of the Manchester Valley High School chorus perform "I Will Remember You" during a remembrance ceremony by Catherine's Cause, an anti-drunk driving organization, at Ascension Episcopal Church on Thursday, Dec. 2, 2021. The ceremony memorializes all those killed on Carroll County roads in the past year and is organized by Cynthia and Philip Mullikin, in memory of their daughter Catherine Mullikin. (Brian Krista/Carroll County Times)
Catherine's Cause Remembrance Ceremony
Photos of loved ones who died on Carroll County roads are displayed during a remembrance ceremony by Catherine's Cause, an anti-drunk driving organization, at Ascension Episcopal Church on Thursday, Dec. 2, 2021. The ceremony memorializes all those killed on Carroll County roads in previous years and is organized by Cynthia and Philip Mullikin, in memory of their daughter Catherine Mullikin.
Photos of loved ones who died on Carroll County roads are displayed during a remembrance ceremony by Catherine's Cause, an anti-drunk driving organization, at Ascension Episcopal Church on Thursday, Dec. 2, 2021. The ceremony memorializes all those killed on Carroll County roads in previous years and is organized by Cynthia and Philip Mullikin, in memory of their daughter Catherine Mullikin. (Brian Krista/Carroll County Times)
Catherine's Cause Remembrance Ceremony
Captain Jeremy Rebert with the Carroll County Sheriff's Office lights a candle in memory of a deceased motorist during a remembrance ceremony by Catherine's Cause, an anti-drunk driving organization, at Ascension Episcopal Church on Thursday, Dec. 2, 2021. The ceremony memorializes all those killed on Carroll County roads in the past year and is organized by Cynthia and Philip Mullikin, in memory of their daughter Catherine Mullikin.
Captain Jeremy Rebert with the Carroll County Sheriff's Office lights a candle in memory of a deceased motorist during a remembrance ceremony by Catherine's Cause, an anti-drunk driving organization, at Ascension Episcopal Church on Thursday, Dec. 2, 2021. The ceremony memorializes all those killed on Carroll County roads in the past year and is organized by Cynthia and Philip Mullikin, in memory of their daughter Catherine Mullikin. (Brian Krista/Carroll County Times)
Catherine's Cause Remembrance Ceremony
Paula McDaniel of Westminster, joined by her husband Keith, lights a candle in memory of their daughter Kaitlyn McDaniel who died in 2018, during a remembrance ceremony by Catherine's Cause, an anti-drunk driving organization, at Ascension Episcopal Church on Thursday, Dec. 2, 2021. The ceremony memorializes all those killed on Carroll County roads and is organized by Cynthia and Philip Mullikin, in memory of their daughter Catherine Mullikin.
Paula McDaniel of Westminster, joined by her husband Keith, lights a candle in memory of their daughter Kaitlyn McDaniel who died in 2018, during a remembrance ceremony by Catherine's Cause, an anti-drunk driving organization, at Ascension Episcopal Church on Thursday, Dec. 2, 2021. The ceremony memorializes all those killed on Carroll County roads and is organized by Cynthia and Philip Mullikin, in memory of their daughter Catherine Mullikin. (Brian Krista/Carroll County Times)
Catherine's Cause Remembrance Ceremony
Sheriff Jim DeWees welcomes guests during a remembrance ceremony by Catherine's Cause, an anti-drunk driving organization, at Ascension Episcopal Church on Thursday, Dec. 2, 2021. The ceremony memorializes all those killed on Carroll County roads in the past year and is organized by Cynthia and Philip Mullikin, in memory of their daughter Catherine Mullikin.
Sheriff Jim DeWees welcomes guests during a remembrance ceremony by Catherine's Cause, an anti-drunk driving organization, at Ascension Episcopal Church on Thursday, Dec. 2, 2021. The ceremony memorializes all those killed on Carroll County roads in the past year and is organized by Cynthia and Philip Mullikin, in memory of their daughter Catherine Mullikin. (Brian Krista/Carroll County Times)
Catherine's Cause Remembrance Ceremony
Guest pause for a moment of silence during a remembrance ceremony by Catherine's Cause, an anti-drunk driving organization, at Ascension Episcopal Church on Thursday, Dec. 2, 2021. The ceremony memorializes all those killed on Carroll County roads in the past year and is organized by Cynthia and Philip Mullikin, in memory of their daughter Catherine Mullikin.
Guest pause for a moment of silence during a remembrance ceremony by Catherine's Cause, an anti-drunk driving organization, at Ascension Episcopal Church on Thursday, Dec. 2, 2021. The ceremony memorializes all those killed on Carroll County roads in the past year and is organized by Cynthia and Philip Mullikin, in memory of their daughter Catherine Mullikin. (Brian Krista/Carroll County Times)
Catherine's Cause Remembrance Ceremony
Guests take part in a remembrance ceremony by Catherine's Cause, an anti-drunk driving organization, at Ascension Episcopal Church on Thursday, Dec. 2, 2021. The ceremony memorializes all those killed on Carroll County roads in the past year and is organized by Cynthia and Philip Mullikin, in memory of their daughter Catherine Mullikin.
Guests take part in a remembrance ceremony by Catherine's Cause, an anti-drunk driving organization, at Ascension Episcopal Church on Thursday, Dec. 2, 2021. The ceremony memorializes all those killed on Carroll County roads in the past year and is organized by Cynthia and Philip Mullikin, in memory of their daughter Catherine Mullikin. (Brian Krista/Carroll County Times)
Catherine's Cause Remembrance Ceremony
A police officer salutes after lighting a candle during a remembrance ceremony by Catherine's Cause, an anti-drunk driving organization, at Ascension Episcopal Church on Thursday, Dec. 2, 2021. The ceremony memorializes all those killed on Carroll County roads in the past year and is organized by Cynthia and Philip Mullikin, in memory of their daughter Catherine Mullikin.
A police officer salutes after lighting a candle during a remembrance ceremony by Catherine's Cause, an anti-drunk driving organization, at Ascension Episcopal Church on Thursday, Dec. 2, 2021. The ceremony memorializes all those killed on Carroll County roads in the past year and is organized by Cynthia and Philip Mullikin, in memory of their daughter Catherine Mullikin. (Brian Krista/Carroll County Times)
Catherine's Cause Remembrance Ceremony
Rev. Dr. Melissa Rudolph lights a candle for a deceased motorist during a remembrance ceremony by Catherine's Cause, an anti-drunk driving organization, at Ascension Episcopal Church on Thursday, Dec. 2, 2021. The ceremony memorializes all those killed on Carroll County roads in the past year and is organized by Cynthia and Philip Mullikin, in memory of their daughter Catherine Mullikin.
Rev. Dr. Melissa Rudolph lights a candle for a deceased motorist during a remembrance ceremony by Catherine's Cause, an anti-drunk driving organization, at Ascension Episcopal Church on Thursday, Dec. 2, 2021. The ceremony memorializes all those killed on Carroll County roads in the past year and is organized by Cynthia and Philip Mullikin, in memory of their daughter Catherine Mullikin. (Brian Krista/Carroll County Times)
Catherine's Cause Remembrance Ceremony
Kim Reich of Hanover, Pa., lights a candle in the memory of a friend's daughter, Makenzee George who died in 2017, during a remembrance ceremony by Catherine's Cause, an anti-drunk driving organization, at Ascension Episcopal Church on Thursday, Dec. 2, 2021. The ceremony memorializes all those killed on Carroll County roads and is organized by Cynthia and Philip Mullikin, in memory of their daughter Catherine Mullikin.
Kim Reich of Hanover, Pa., lights a candle in the memory of a friend's daughter, Makenzee George who died in 2017, during a remembrance ceremony by Catherine's Cause, an anti-drunk driving organization, at Ascension Episcopal Church on Thursday, Dec. 2, 2021. The ceremony memorializes all those killed on Carroll County roads and is organized by Cynthia and Philip Mullikin, in memory of their daughter Catherine Mullikin. (Brian Krista/Carroll County Times)
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