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San Antonio's French Community to Hold Support Gathering Tomorrow at Main Plaza

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VIA SAN ANTONIO FRENCHIES AND FRIENDS FACEBOOK GROUP
  • Via San Antonio Frenchies and Friends Facebook Group

The impact of the tragic terror attacks in Paris, which left over 120 people dead and hundreds more wounded Friday night, reverberated all the way to San Antonio and beyond. Tomorrow, there will be an event where you can share support with local French ex-pats.

San Antonio’s French community will hold a support gathering at 11 a.m. on Sunday, November 15 at Main Plaza (115 N. Main Ave.) downtown. Called "Shoulder to Shoulder with Paris," the event is an opportunity to show solidarity with one of our country's oldest allies in a time of great loss.

La Boulangerie and Saveurs 209 will be on-hand with coffee and Danishes, according to the San Antonio Frenchies and Friends Facebook page.

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