STAMFORD, CT—Stamford Mayor Michael Pavia and Congressman Jim Himes (CT-4) will join together Sunday, January 8 to host a memorial ceremony with local religious leaders and mayors and first selectmen to observe and reflect upon the one-year anniversary of the Tucson shootings. Pavia will discuss the need to restore civility to American politics and public discourse and the U.S. Conference of Mayors Civility Accord, which he and most of the Fourth District town executives have signed.

WHO: Congressman Jim Himes
Stamford Mayor Michael Pavia
Weston First Selectwoman Gail Weinstein
Darien First Selectwoman Jayme Stevenson
Easton First Selectman Tom Herrmann
Fairfield First Selectman Mike Tetreu
Monroe First Selectman Steve Vavrek
Norwalk Mayor Richard Moccia
Ridgefield First Selectman Rudy Marconi
Westport First Selectman Gordon Joseloff
Wilton First Selectman Bill Brennan
Rev. Kate Heichler, President of the Interfaith Council of Southwest Connecticut
Rev. Dr. Tommie Jackson of Stamford’s Faith Tabernacle Missionary Baptist Church
Rev. Dr. Lindsay Curtis of Norwalk’s Grace Baptist Church
Rabbi Leah Cohen of Temple B'nai Chaim in Georgetown

WHAT: Memorial Ceremony and Observance of the One-Year Anniversary of Tucson Shootings

WHEN: Sunday, January 8 at 2:00 p.m.

WHERE: Stamford Old Town Hall
Davenport Room
175 Atlantic Street
Stamford, CT 06901