In remembrance of Gracie Muehlberger, her friends, family and community participated once again in “Caroling with Gracie” this week, bringing songs and charity to local residents. The third annual event was held to honor Muehlberger’s memory while helping community members in need during the holidays.
Muehlberger and Dominic Blackwell were the two students killed in the 2019 Saugus High School shooting, in which the shooter, also a Saugus student, then turned the gun on himself.
The caroling event, held Tuesday and Wednesday nights, involved participants decorating their cars with festive trappings and Christmas lights and then driving around town, playing holiday songs.
Before departing, guests were invited to decorate their cars at Central Park, eat cookies and drink hot chocolate. Once the snacks and decorating were completed the convoy headed to the communities of River Village and Lower Northbridge Community, with individuals collecting canned goods left curbside or in a home’s driveway.
All canned goods were donated to Santa Clarita Grocery.
— Signal staff