A tribute to local crime victims who lost their lives is back on display at the Oakdale Mall.
The Crime Victims Assistance Center’s remembrance wall has been set up outside the former Macy’s location to coincide with Victims’ Rights Week.
Photos of 174 people who lost their lives to a variety of different crimes are on display.
CVAC Executive Director Raini Baudendistel says they’ve been doing the remembrance wall for around 20 years.
She says it helps the families to know their loved ones are not forgotten. “We just don’t want these victims to get lost in the shuffle. We want them to be remembered, they were loved. Mothers, daughters, there’s little kids on the wall. We just really want to keep their memory alive.”
The wall will be up in the Mall through Sunday.
Also in honor of the week, CVAC will be hosting its Annual Crime Victims’ Rights Week Breakfast.
The Breakfast will take place Friday at 8 AM at the Binghamton Club.
It’s $25 per person to attend.