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FPCHS senior Veronika Gouch and sophomore Alyssa Santore lead the march over the bridge. Photo by Paige Wilson

Flagler County students lead march to focus on local change in response to shooting at Stoneman Douglas High School

Friday, Mar. 2, 2018 |

FPCHS senior Veronika Gouch and sophomore Alyssa Santore lead the march over the bridge. Photo by Paige Wilson

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The five main points Flagler County students who led the march are advocating for.

Friday, Mar. 2, 2018 |

The five main points Flagler County students who led the march are advocating for.

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FPCHS SGA President Tyler Perry and SGA member Alyssa Santore lead the march over the bridge. Photo by Paige Wilson

Friday, Mar. 2, 2018 |

FPCHS SGA President Tyler Perry and SGA member Alyssa Santore lead the march over the bridge. Photo by Paige Wilson

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Flagler Beach residents Mike and Nancy Pasiecki march with the students. Photo by Paige Wilson

Friday, Mar. 2, 2018 |

Flagler Beach residents Mike and Nancy Pasiecki march with the students. Photo by Paige Wilson

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Community members and students begin the march over the bridge. Photo by Paige Wilson

Friday, Mar. 2, 2018 |

Community members and students begin the march over the bridge. Photo by Paige Wilson

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Flagler Beach resident Elizabeth Mailhoit gets emotional during the moment of silence for the 17 victims of the Parkland shooting. Photo by Paige Wilson

Friday, Mar. 2, 2018 |

Flagler Beach resident Elizabeth Mailhoit gets emotional during the moment of silence for the 17 victims of the Parkland shooting. Photo by Paige Wilson

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An audience member at First Friday applauds the students on stage. Photo by Paige Wilson

Friday, Mar. 2, 2018 |

An audience member at First Friday applauds the students on stage. Photo by Paige Wilson

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Flagler Beach resident Tess Smith and Palm Coast resident Diana LeBrun march with the students during First Friday. Photo by Paige Wilson

Friday, Mar. 2, 2018 |

Flagler Beach resident Tess Smith and Palm Coast resident Diana LeBrun march with the students during First Friday. Photo by Paige Wilson

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Students leave Wadsworth Park at sunset to start the march over the bridge to Veterans Park. Photo by Paige Wilson

Friday, Mar. 2, 2018 |

Students leave Wadsworth Park at sunset to start the march over the bridge to Veterans Park. Photo by Paige Wilson

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FPCHS SGA President Tyler Perry and SGA member Alyssa Santore lead the march as the group finishes the trek over the bridge. Photo by Paige Wilson

Friday, Mar. 2, 2018 |

FPCHS SGA President Tyler Perry and SGA member Alyssa Santore lead the march as the group finishes the trek over the bridge. Photo by Paige Wilson

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Clay County resident Sandy Goldman, a retired educator, went to Tallahassee to support the Stoneman Douglas students and came to Flagler Beach for the Flagler County students' march. Photo by Paige Wilson

Friday, Mar. 2, 2018 |

Clay County resident Sandy Goldman, a retired educator, went to Tallahassee to support the Stoneman Douglas students and came to Flagler Beach for the Flagler County students' march. Photo by Paige Wilson

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Students honor the victims of the Parkland shooting with personalized signs. Photo by Paige Wilson

Friday, Mar. 2, 2018 |

Students honor the victims of the Parkland shooting with personalized signs. Photo by Paige Wilson

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Superintendent James Tager and his wife Jodi Tager greet the marchers at the East side of the bridge before they reach Veterans Park. Photo by Paige Wilson

Friday, Mar. 2, 2018 |

Superintendent James Tager and his wife Jodi Tager greet the marchers at the East side of the bridge before they reach Veterans Park. Photo by Paige Wilson

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FPCHS SGA President Tyler Perry and SGA member Alyssa Santore lead the march over the bridge. Photo by Paige Wilson

Friday, Mar. 2, 2018 |

FPCHS SGA President Tyler Perry and SGA member Alyssa Santore lead the march over the bridge. Photo by Paige Wilson

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Former Flagler Beach Police Victim Advocate Cheryl Clark and Flagler Beach City Commissioner Jane Mealy applaud after Tyler Perry and other Flagler County students share their message at First Friday. Photo by Paige Wilson

Friday, Mar. 2, 2018 |

Former Flagler Beach Police Victim Advocate Cheryl Clark and Flagler Beach City Commissioner Jane Mealy applaud after Tyler Perry and other Flagler County students share their message at First Friday. Photo by Paige Wilson

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Students line the stage with signs during First Friday. Photo by Paige Wilson

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Students line the stage with signs during First Friday. Photo by Paige Wilson

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"Keep fighting," said Palm Coast Democrats Club President Mike Cocchiola to the marchers as they reach Veterans Park. Photo by Paige Wilson

Friday, Mar. 2, 2018 |

"Keep fighting," said Palm Coast Democrats Club President Mike Cocchiola to the marchers as they reach Veterans Park. Photo by Paige Wilson

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FPCHS SGA President Tyler Perry speaks to the First Friday crowd as students with signs start to line the front of the stage. Photo by Paige Wilson

Friday, Mar. 2, 2018 |

FPCHS SGA President Tyler Perry speaks to the First Friday crowd as students with signs start to line the front of the stage. Photo by Paige Wilson

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Students march over the bridge with signs honoring the victims from Stoneman Douglas High School. Photo by Paige Wilson

Friday, Mar. 2, 2018 |

Students march over the bridge with signs honoring the victims from Stoneman Douglas High School. Photo by Paige Wilson

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"How strong?" shouts Tyler Perry. The group responds with "Douglas strong!" Photo by Paige Wilson

Friday, Mar. 2, 2018 |

"How strong?" shouts Tyler Perry. The group responds with "Douglas strong!" Photo by Paige Wilson

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FPC junior Palmer Guthrie and sophomore Eryn Harris hold signs depicting their hopes for local change. SRO stands for School Resource Officer. Photo by Paige Wilson

Friday, Mar. 2, 2018 |

FPC junior Palmer Guthrie and sophomore Eryn Harris hold signs depicting their hopes for local change. SRO stands for School Resource Officer. Photo by Paige Wilson

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