Newtown Pub to Honor the Memory of Sandy Hook Victim Dylan Hockley
Dylan Hockley was only 6 years old when he was murdered along with 25 others on the morning of Dec.14, 2012.
Dylan had an infectious laugh, he was mesmerized by the moon, and he loved garlic bread. Everyone who met Dylan fell in love with him. He was a cuddler, loved to play tag, and was learning how to read. Dylan was 6 years old and had autism.
This Sunday, May 5 from 2 pm until 5 pm at Murphy's Pub in Newtown you're invited for a great afternoon of fun and music and to support a wonderful cause called 'Dylan's Wings of Change' which is a foundation dedicated to the memory of Dylan Hockley.
From DWC, a program called 'Wingman' was born which is a "youth-led social and emotional learning program of team-bonding and trust-building activities." 'Wingman' was created "to inspire children to be more compassionate, empathetic, courageous, and inclusive young leaders."
'Wingman' is a nationwide program reaching more than 18,000 children across the country. To help the Wingman program expand and reach new locations from coast-to-coast, donations are needed and that's why we're asking you to come on down to Murphy's Pub this Sunday, May 5 and have some fun, help out the 'Dylan's Wings of Change Foundation' and honor Dylan Hockley's memory.