Memorial ritual in honor of Danielle Moore was held on Thursday

Memorial ritual in honor of Danielle Moore was held on Thursday

Friends and relatives of Danielle Moore got together to honor the memory of the girl.

Recall that Danielle died in the recent plane crash in Africa. A memorial ritual was held on Thursday at 7 p.m. in Bonnycastle Park.

Danielle Moore was only 24 years old. The girl moved to Winnipeg about a year ago. She was an activist. Moore wanted to visit the United Nations Environment Assembly in Kenya. That’s why she was on that plane.

Moore’s family said that she was one of those people who wanted to save the world and she did her best to make it a little better. Danielle took part in a variety of environmental events. She was a kind, caring man with a big heart.

She was a role model for many people and her death was a huge loss.

The memorial ritual was held in more than 20 cities around the world. It included a minute of silence and the creation of a work of art based on nature. The ritual was not a memorial or funeral service.

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