On each brick there’s a different message: some with facts, some with notes, and others with memories.
"We thought creating a memorial pathway would be something very special that would memorialize Noah and Cale and any other individual that has played out here or participated and has passed away,” Wil Worthington, father of Noah Worthington said.
It's been almost a year since the loss of the two eleven year olds, and just four months since the plans for the memorial began. Now the walkway is finished and ready for opening day come Monday.
If you take a walk down the path, you'll see some bricks dedicated from nearby families and friends, but others from caring people miles away.
Notably, an entire town attempting to give back to the Noah and the Worthingstons, after they gave life through organ donation. It was a difficult decision that Noah's family had to make right after he passed.
"I looked at Noah and I looked at my wife and I said we have to do it. And Rhena looked at me and she said ‘I know we do’."
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