SHAWNEE, Kan. - It was a day of remembrance across the country and in Kansas City.
One week ago, police say 40-year-old Michael Page, who is considered a white supremacist, opened fire inside a Sikh temple, killing six people.
At the Midwest Sikh Gurdwara in Shawnee, Kan., dozens gathered for their first Sunday service since the deadly shootings.
They paid tribute to the victims with a variety of hymns and posted pictures of the victims outside the temple. They also held a collection drive for the victims.
For more information on the Midwest Sikh Gurdwara, visit http://kcmsa.org/ .
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