Community continues to rally behind Arapahoe High

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CENTENNIAL, Colo. -- Despite gloomy weather Friday, support at a tribute to Arapahoe High School shooting victim Claire Davis continues.

Across the street from the memorial fence, a gift shop is raising funds.

"A lot of us have had kids go to Arapahoe," said store owner Connie Stevison. "It's a neighborhood school that I live in and lots of our employees have kids that are there now."

Compleat Lifestyles is located on the corner opposite from Arapahoe just south of Dry Creek on the east side of University.

Stevinson's daughter, Brittany Limes, graduated from Arapahoe High in 2008.

"When I was in high school the Arapahoe motto was warriors always take care of one another and especially in the past week I've really seen that to be true," said Limes.

Friday, underclassmen went back to the school to collect the belongings they left behind when the school was evacuated after the shooting.

The community also plans to hold a candle-light vigil for Davis Friday night.



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