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Services scheduled Saturday for Saugus High School shooting victim, 15

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The public is invited to attend a celebration on Saturday in honor of the life of Gracie Anne Muehlberger, 15, one of the two students killed in the shooting earlier this month at Saugus High School in Santa Clarita.

The service is set for 1 p.m. at Real Life Church in Valencia. It is also broadcast live the website of the church.

Mühlberger was killed when a classmate armed with a .45-caliber pistol opened fire in the school's quad area on the morning of November 14, the authorities said. Another student, Dominic Blackwell, 14, was killed and three others were injured. Authorities say the shooter, Nathan Berhow, 16, aimed the weapon at himself. He died a day later from his injury.

A motive for the shooting has not been established.

Three days later, a candlelight vigil in Santa Clarita & Central Park in honor of Muehlberger and Blackwell attracted thousands of residents. Addison Koegle, a student wounded in the shooting, addressed the crowd via an audio message. She remembered running a lemonade stand with Gracie, and she remembered the school trips and private jokes they shared.

Gracie was part of a high school ministry in Real Life, a non-denominational Christian church with 7,000 congregants.

Rusty George, the lead pastor at Real Life, told The Times that he loved conversations with the grief affected by the determination of their faith.

"People who are further away from the situation wonder" Why? "And can even blame God," said George. “But the people who are directly affected do not blame God. They rely on God. & # 39;

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