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Nicholas Naumkin remembered at vigil
A vigil was held Thursday at the War Memorial Pavilion in Congress Park for Nicholas Naumkin, the 12-year-old Wilton boy who was accidentally shot and killed Dec. 22 at a friend's home. Posted on January 6, 2011.
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Vigil participants hold candles in Congress Park on Wednesday night.
Oksana Naumkin, mother of Nicolas Naumkin who was killed, stands in the War Memorial Pavilion near a portrait of her son during a Wednesday night vigil.
Megan Mulford, right, and her mother, Chris, join in Thursday’s vigil at the War Memorial Pavilion in Congress Park. Megan was a classmate of Nicholas Naumkin.
Candles reflect off the duckpond of Congress Park as the War Memorial Pavilion plays host to a Wednesday night vigil in Saratoga Springs.
Friends and family members read memories during vigil ceremony held in Congress Park on Wednesday.
A candle is held against the night during vigil ceremony Wednesday.
Students raise their candles in salute in conclusion of Wednesday vigil ceremony.
Classmates of Nicholas take to the stage during vigil Wednesday night in Saratoga Springs.
Students form lines during the Wednesday night vigil at Congress Park.
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