Mallow honored during candlelight vigil


The senior class was among the many residents who turned out in support of Mallow’s family and to honor the senior.

The senior class was among the many residents who turned out in support of Mallow’s family and to honor the senior.


The Washington High School Class of 2019 took time on Saturday evening to honor Gage Mallow, one of their own who passed away earlier this month.


Several students took time to speak about Mallow and his impact on the school and community while residents stood around them in a circle with lit candles.


The senior class was among the many residents who turned out in support of Mallow’s family and to honor the senior.

The Washington High School Class of 2019 took time on Saturday evening to honor Gage Mallow, one of their own who passed away earlier this month.

Several students took time to speak about Mallow and his impact on the school and community while residents stood around them in a circle with lit candles.

The senior class was among the many residents who turned out in support of Mallow’s family and to honor the senior.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2019/04/web1_20190427_210619.jpgThe senior class was among the many residents who turned out in support of Mallow’s family and to honor the senior.

The Washington High School Class of 2019 took time on Saturday evening to honor Gage Mallow, one of their own who passed away earlier this month.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2019/04/web1_20190427_211007.jpgThe Washington High School Class of 2019 took time on Saturday evening to honor Gage Mallow, one of their own who passed away earlier this month.

Several students took time to speak about Mallow and his impact on the school and community while residents stood around them in a circle with lit candles.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2019/04/web1_20190427_211812.jpgSeveral students took time to speak about Mallow and his impact on the school and community while residents stood around them in a circle with lit candles.