A way for people thousands of miles away from Sandy Hook Elementary to just stop and think of each life lost.
All Chase Whorrall wants is 27 minutes from his community. Minutes he believes will help people remember.
"It's going to be a minute for each child and each teacher that passed away. Every minute we are going to say a name," says Whorrall.
He's organized a vigil and is walking to businesses in Danville asking them to come.
"Not once have i ever done this in my life it really touched me deep because its children. Never really stood up and done anything so I did it this time," says Whorrall.
Like many hearts across the nation his was broken over these images. Whorrall asked "What can we do to help?"
It's no surprise he's gotten a ton of support in such a short time. Dan Duncheon owns a children's clothing store making the issue one that's close to his heart.
"The vigil gives the people some satisfaction that's good but if it actually stops of helps or cures or prevents this from happening that would be wonderful," says Whorrall.
However the steps Chase Whorrall is taking at just 19 years old gives people around Danville hope and proves you are never too young to make your mark.
"We're far away but we still feel the pain. Hopefully it starts a chain reaction. Where others will do it as well," says Whorrall.
Whorrall says he has had some great responses. Many people say they are attending including Mayor Eisenhower of Danville.
The vigil will be this 7pm this Saturday at Winter Park. Chase Whorrall can be reached at 217-260-7371. Melissa Ronto can be reached at 217-304-1860.