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Diamond Lakes Elementary School pupils mourn the loss of fellow classmate, Carissa Taylor, who died earlier in the school year as a result of medical causes.  The memorial ceremony  was held to dedicate the school's courtyard in her honor on Wednesday.  Jackie Ricciardi/Staff
Jackie Ricciardi/Staff
Diamond Lakes Elementary School pupils mourn the loss of fellow classmate, Carissa Taylor, who died earlier in the school year as a result of medical causes. The memorial ceremony was held to dedicate the school's courtyard in her honor on Wednesday.
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carolinagirl1970 12/25/08 - 04:37 am
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That is a nice dedication so

That is a nice dedication so sorry that other kids have to go through losing a friend that way. Know that kids that have passed away or even a loved one always remains in your heart. One day in time you will see them again. This is a time for good memories and knowing they are looking over you. Merry Christmas to everyone and Rip Carissa you I do not know you but you have a lot of friends from school that miss you!

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