Vigil to Honor Logan Brown as Part of Remembrance Week

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A vigil is taking place Thursday night in honor of Logan Brown.

He’s the Reitz High School student killed by an alleged drunk driver last year.

The vigil is part of Logan’s Promise “Drunk Driving Victims Remembrance Week.”

That kicked off Sunday with a walk in Logan’s memory.

Thursday night’s vigil is set for 6 p.m. at the CK Newsome Center in Evansville.

There will be several speakers including Logan’s father, Charles.

Logan’s Promise “Remembrance Week” runs through Sunday.

People are asked to wear orange this week in honor of all drunk driving victims.

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