In today’s paper we printed a brief about a fundraiser Youth First Texas Collin County is running to raise money for Crime Stoppers in connection with the murder of Mollie Olgin and shooting of Kristene Chapa. But we forgot to let you know how to get tickets.
Oak Lawn wasn’t the only place in the DFW areathat held a vigil for Mollie Olgin, 18, who was killed, and Kristene Chapa, 19, who remains hospitalized after they were shot on June 23. Brite Divinity School held a vigil on campus led by Executive Vice President and Dean Joretta Marshall and Professor Stephen Sprinkle.
More than 75 people gathered at the Legacy of Love Monument at the corner of Cedar Springs Road and Oak Lawn Avenue at sunset on Saturday, June 30 to remember the teenage couple shot last week in Portland, Texas.