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Tomorrow marks the 3rd anniversary of Las Vegas deadliest mass shooting on October 1, 2017. To honor the 58 people that lost their life we created a special Facebook Frame to commemorate them.

See the instructions below on how to use this Facebook frame.

Instructions on how to edit your Profile Frame using your mobile or desktop.

  • Step 1, log in to your Facebook
  • Step 2, Tap the ‘edit’ icon on your profile picture
  • Step 3, Select ‘Add Frame’
  • Step 4, In the Search bar type in ‘Jammin 1057 Oct 1

 

Tell us how will you be remembering 1 October by emailing us to infovegas@bbgi.com.

Follow us on Facebook and tag us if you use our Facebook Frame. #Jammin1057NeverForget

The following is a list of known remembrances that have been scheduled in Las Vegas:

■ Clark County’s 1 October Sunrise Remembrance — in partnership with the Metropolitan Police Department, county Fire Department, and the Vegas Strong Resiliency Center — is scheduled for 7 a.m. Thursday at the County Government Center amphitheater, 500 S. Grand Central Parkway. Available seating will be reserved for those who lost relatives in the attack, and the crowd will be capped at 50. The event may be watched live via county television, Facebook, and YouTube.

■ Assemblyman Steve Yeager will run 58 kilometers through Las Vegas for his fundraiser starting at 8 a.m. on Thursday, with contributions benefiting the Vegas Strong Resiliency Center. Donate at VegasStrongRC.org/fund.

■ The 1 October Memorial Blood Drive hosted by Vitalant and Las Vegas Ballpark is planned to run from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Thursday at the ballpark in Summerlin, 1650 S. Pavilion Center. Vitalant is providing COVID-19 antibody testing with every successful donation, and positive donors can choose to give convalescent plasma to aid critically ill patients who have the coronavirus. Visit BloodHero.com to make a required appointment for the blood drive.