People across the Pioneer Valley sent up prayers and participated in vigils this weekend for those impacted by the Connecticut school shooting. A candlelight vigil was held outside the Jackson Street School in Northampton Sunday afternoon. About 70 parents, teachers, students and other members of the community gathered at the flagpole in a vigil that featured songs and silence. A similar vigil was held at the First Congregational Church in Amherst Saturday night. And about 150 people gathered at the Canal Walk in Holyoke in the cold drizzle for a candlelight vigil Sunday night. Each of the victim's names was read aloud, followed by the ringing of a bell. Clergy from Muslim, Jewish and Christian faiths spoke, as did Mayor Alex Morse and police and firefighters.