Nashville to Hold Evening Vigil

The city of Nashville will hold a memorial vigil tonight supporting the survivors of
the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon and mourn the people lost with the symbolic lighting of memorial
candles.
Sponsored by the station consortium that owns 101 and many other stations, the ceremony is open to the public and will be held at:
Centennial Park Main Lawn (between West End Ave and The Parthenon)
Tonight, September 12th at 6pm.
Guest speakers are currently being invited to participate and RCA Recording Artist Martina McBride will sing The National
Anthem. Dr. Warren Thompson, Director of Clinical Psychology for Metro Schools will speak on how to tell your children
about this tragedy. Dr. Jerry Sutton from Two River’s Baptist Church and Bishop Edward Kmiec will also speak. Gotee
recording artists The Katinas, along with Leigh Nash from Sixpence None The Richer, Michael W. Smith, and others, will lead
the gathering in the singing of “Amazing Grace.”

Michael W. Smith participated last night in a worship and prayer service at The People’s Church in Franklin.
The Katinas were on the air live with radio morning show host Matt Stockman of FM 101.1 (WZTO) when the first
announcement of the New York City disaster came over the newswire yesterday morning. The group were guests on the station
to promote their upcoming in-store event with Tower Records at Opry Mills and their new single “You Are.” The promotional
concert at Tower Records, originally scheduled to take place last night, was postponed indefinitely due to the day1s tragic
events.
For more information on tonight’s vigil at Centennial Park, contact Keith Kaufman by calling (615) 664-2473.
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