Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Locally and at Sacred Heart, Kaitlyn Doorhy’s family, friends remember, celebrate their angel

Southold Local | Lisa Finn

More than a year has passed since Kaitlyn Doorhy lost her life in a tragic accident while away at college, but friends, family, and the community who loved her are steadfast in their mission to unite and keep her beautiful spirit alive forever in the places where she left a forever legacy.

Just recently, Kait’s Angels, a non-profit organization created to carry on her lifetime mission of good works and philanthropy, has been involved in two events.

The first was the dedication of a trophy case at Mattituck High School in her honor by the Mattituck-Cutchogue Athletic Booster Club.

And on Saturday, Kait’s Angels and the Doorhy family headed to Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, Connecticut for “Kait’s Day at Sacred Heart,” a homecoming tailgate party at the homecoming football game versus Central Connecticut State. Continue reading
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