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Santa Clarita Resources And Events Benefiting Victims Of The Saugus High Shooting – #SaugusStrong

#SaugusStrong - Santa Clarita Resources And Events Benefiting Victims Of The Saugus High Shooting

On Thursday morning, November 14, 2019, a shooting at Saugus High School claimed the lives of two students and left the community of Santa Clarita in mourning. Immediately following this tragic event, The Santa Clarita Community has come together to support those affected by way of prayers, donations, mental health resources, and spiritual support.Pray for Saugus - #SaugusStrong - Saugus High Shooting

As we continue with the healing process, many Santa Clarita businesses and support organizations have offered their help in many ways to assist the many students and families affected by Saugus High School shooting. We continue to stay #SaugusStrong

Here is a list of resources and events organized by Santa Clarita support groups and businesses to benefit those affected:

Tranquility Salon and Spa - #SaugusStrong Blue Hair Extensions offer

Tranquility Salon and Spa – #SaugusStrong Blue Hair Extensions offer

Tranquility Salon and Spa
Tranquility Salon and Spa, located above StoneFire Grill is offering $10 blue Hair extensions and all the proceeds will go to Saugus.

Thank You
Lahoma & Laura
Salon owner/stylist
Salon number is 661-255-5635

Strength United – Free Counseling Available
From Shari Tarver Behring, Ph.D., Dean of College of Education at CSUN: “As Dean of the College of Education at CSUN, I’d like to extend  free counseling support for the recent shootings through our Strength United Counseling Center.”

Strength United
(818) 787-9700
www.strengthunited.org

 

SPECIAL THANKS TO THOSE WHO HAVE SUPPORTED THOSE AFFECTED BY THE SAUGUS HIGH SHOOTING BY DONATING TO THE SANTA CLARITA DISASTER COALITION

 

Pet Supply

Zachary Rowbotham, Store Manager of Pet Supply at 26831 Bouquet Canyon Rd., Saugus, CA brought in a $1200 donation for the Santa Clarita Disaster Coalition to help support those affected by the Saugus High Shooting. Thank you, Pet Supply! You are #SaugusStrong

Bagger Sports Donates to the Santa Clarita Coalition

Hector and Norma Perez, owners/co-founders of Bagger Sports in Santa Clarita, donated $22,000 to help support those affected by the Saugus High Shooting. Thank you Bagger Sports! You are truly #SaugusStrong

Pam Stephenson, owner of P.S. Apparel Design in Saugus

Pam Stephenson, owner of P.S. Apparel Design in Saugus, donated $20,000 to help support those affected by the Saugus High Shooting. Thank you Pam for your donation and your dedication to #SaugusStrong

Steve Dinkowitz, owner of The Backyard Grub N' Brews

Steve Dinkowitz, owner of The Backyard Grub N’ Brews, held fundraiser last week, donated $4,300. Your support and generosity are very appreciated! Thank you Steve for being #SaugusStrong

Melissa from Unruh Spine Center

Melissa from Unruh Spine Center, donated $409 for the Santa Clarita Disaster Coalition to help support those affected by the Saugus High Shooting. Thank you, Melissa! You are #SaugusStrong

Saugus Band Donation
Damien is a Sophomore at Saugus High School and a member of the Saugus Band. Saugus Band donated $3,300 for the Santa Clarita Disaster Coalition Saugus Strong Fund to help support those affected by the Saugus High Shooting. Thank you, Saugus Band for always being #SaugusStrong

 

Macys Donates 20,000.00

Thank you Valencia Town Center Macys for your $20,000 donation to the Santa Clarita Disaster Coalition to help support those affected by the Saugus High Shooting. You are #SaugusStrong

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Saugus High Shooting Articles:

Families Of Saugus High Shooting Victims File Wrongful Death Lawsuits Against Hart District

Saugus High Shooting Gracie Dominic

The parents of the two victims killed in the Saugus High shooting have filed separate wrongful death lawsuits against the William S. Hart High School District over its alleged “failure to take basic steps to supervise students on campus,” officials announced Thursday. The families of Dominic Blackwell, 14, and Gracie Muehlberger, 15, filed wrongful death lawsuits on Monday in Los ...

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A Community United: Remembering The Saugus High School Shooting

One year ago, the Santa Clarita Valley was rocked to its core by the tragic events of the Saugus High School Shooting. Three children were injured and two more were killed by another student, who then took his own life. On the morning of Nov. 14, 2019, the landscape of the Santa Clarita community was “forever changed” when 16-year-old Nathaniel ...

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Hart District Holds ‘Unity Of Community’ Wellness Week In Remembrance Of Saugus Shooting

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As the one-year remembrance of the Saugus High School shooting approaches, the William S. Hart Union School District is providing students and staff with resources and support for coping with emotional pain brought on by the tragedy. During the week of Nov. 9 – 13, the Hart District has dedicated itself to recognizing the importance of mental heal and wellness ...

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Lawsuit To Crack Down On ‘Ghost Guns’ Prompted By Saugus High Shooting

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The parents of the two victims killed in the Saugus High shooting joined the California Attorney General Tuesday to announce a federal lawsuit against the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF), in order to crack down on so-called “ghost guns” that skirt laws requiring background checks and age verification. On Thursday, Nov. 14, 2019, 14-year-old Dominic Blackwell ...

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‘In Memoriam Of Gracie Muehlberger And Dominic Blackwell’ To Be Added To Central Park

The Santa Clarita City Council decided to add “in memoriam of Gracie Muehlberger and Dominic Blackwell” to the Central Park signage during their regular meeting Tuesday in honor of the Saugus High School shooting victims. At their meeting Tuesday, the Santa Clarita City Council made the decision to add “in memoriam of Gracie Muehlberger and Dominic Blackwell” to the Central ...

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Memorializing Saugus High Shooting Victims

In the nine months since the Saugus High shooting, the families of the children who were killed have done their best to pick up the shattered pieces of their lives. On Thursday, Nov. 14, 2019, 14-year-old Dominic Blackwell and 15-year-old Gracie Muehlberger were shot and killed by another student before his own death in a tragic event that also injured ...

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Families Of Saugus Shooting Victims Recount Day That Changed Their Lives

Saugus High Shooting_Memorial

It was just another Thursday morning in November of 2019, when two children left their homes and traveled to Saugus High School, Dominic Blackwell on his own bike, and Gracie Muehlberger via carpool with her best friend. Neither of them would ever come home. The two children would be killed by a school shooter in a tragedy that would leave ...

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Remembering Dominic Blackwell: Before The Saugus High Shooting

14-year-old Dominic Michael Blackwell is remembered by everyone who knew him as a “crazy, loud and fun” young boy who adored his brothers and liked nothing more than to spend time with his family. The oldest out of four children, Dominic took to his role of the protective older sibling naturally, lovingly playing with his younger brothers and acting as ...

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Family Of Gracie Muehlberger Remembers Her Life Before Saugus High Shooting

Eight months after her untimely death, the family of Gracie Muehlberger remembers her as a “vibrant, lively girl” who could light up a room with her smile. 15-year-old Gracie Anne Muehlberger is remembered as a bubbly, friendly girl with a personality as sweet as her favorite frappuccinos before her life was tragically cut short in the Saugus School Shooting. With ...

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Family Of Saugus High Shooting Victims Campaign To Dedicate Central Park In Children’s Honor

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The families of Gracie Muehlberger and Dominic Blackwell, who lost their lives in the 2019 Saugus High shooting, have created a petition to dedicate Central Park in memory of their children. Their desire is to ensure that nobody ever forgets their children’s impact on this community and to have the City Council vote and approve the dedication of the park ...

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