A healing garden honoring the victims of the Aug. 3, 2019, mass shooting in El Paso opened at Ascarate Park on the second anniversary of the shooting.
The Healing Garden will act as a beacon of El Paso's culture, strength, and unity that cannot be weakened by hate, El Paso county officials said during an unveiling and dedication ceremony.
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