Chum hosts vigil to remember those who have passed
Chum is continuing their annual tradition of remembering those who have passed away who experienced homelessness, or who advocated for those people with a vigil happening Tuesday.
At 4:45 p.m., people will be meeting at the Chum Food Shelf (120 N 1st Ave W) to drop off donations. At 5 p.m., each participant will be given a sign with a person’s name who has passed away. The march will then begin to Duluth City Hall. When marchers arrive, they will be met by the Cedar Creek drum group. At 5:30 p.m., the vigil will begin.
Chum serves more than 8,000 low-income, homeless, hungry, or isolated community members in Duluth each year. For more information on their organization, head to their website.