Danvers Shares Thoughts, Prayers, Reaction for Boston Marathon Explosions

A look at how our community is showing support via social media.

Share your prayers, thoughts, concerns for those who were at the Boston Marathon today when two explosions rocked the finish line, killing two and injuring scores. See the reaction of area businesses and community organizations here and please add any of yours to the comments below.

The following comes from our Facebook News Feed:

  • Bella Sera Bridal: Our hearts are with everyone in Boston today.
  • Danvers Council on Aging and Senior CenterOur thoughts are with everyone at the Marathon and on Boylston Street.
  • Cherry St. Fish Market: Our hearts are with Boston.
  • Me Time Yoga: Praying for my fellow Bostonians,any and all runners and spectators and their families. Thanking god my sister was still roughly 5-miles from finish when everything happened and that my family and I are in DC or we'd have been at the finish line to cheer her on as in yrs past. DC isn't my favorite place to be in heightened security alerts, nor airports....but will take it one day at a time and enjoy with my family. Difficult to have to be sheltered from news due to the kids in close quarters, but thankful for updates from friends and family. Thank you. We love you for keeping us informed.
  • Swag Consignment Boutique: Our prayers to all in Boston today...Please be safe!!
  • Barre N9NE Studio: Our thoughts and prayers are with all the runners and spectators in Boston. ♥
  • Firehouse Subs: Our hearts and prayers are at the Boston Marathon finish line. To the victims and families, our thoughts are with you. To the first responders at the scene, we thank you. Tell someone you love them today.
  • Daily Harvest Cafe: Prayers and love being sent to everyone.
  • North Shore Community College: Our thoughts are with everyone at the Boston Marathon impacted by today's activity. We hope all members of the NSCC family are safe.

We are still seeking information about runners and bystanders from Danvers. You can email the Patch team at danvers@patch.com with your story, or tell it in the comments below. 


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