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Escorted by her husband Mark KellyShe looks glad to be home....A smiling Gabby Giffords looks over the thousands of friends and supporters who turned out to greet Gabby and welcome her home.

GABBIE GIFFORDS CAME HOME TONIGHT. Gabby climbed a stage and waved to friends, fans and thousands of supporters who turned out on a cool desert evening to see the night lite up by her smile. They were not disappointed. Gabby Giffords did just that and everybody loved it. The Candlelight Ceremony held on the University of Arizona Mall began by lighting a candle for each shooting victim and then thousands of Tucsonans waved glow sticks as a choir entertained and soon the Congress women’s favorite band Calexico took the stage and gave the glow sticks a south of the border beat. Sunday night’s ceremony concluded several weeks of memorials, the dedication of the Gabe Zimmerman Trails in Davidson Canyon was Saturday and earlier Sunday afternoon there was a memorial ceremony at Centennial Hall to remember each of the six deaths. The Fund for Civility, Respect and Understanding held the REFLECTIONS Ceremony .

The Congress women was escorted by her husband Mark Kelly, and her rabbi.

One year after the mass shooting at a Tucson Safeway Gabby Giffords came home to Tucson AZ

Family and Friends of the shooting victims lite candles until 19 were lighted.

Gabby takes to her feet and waves to friends in the crowd

On a cool night in the desert Gabby Giffords came home one year after her shooting.

Gabby Giffords rock to the South of the Border Beat as glo stiks wave back and forth on the dark UA mall.

Ron Barber, shooting victim and founder of the Fund for Civility and Respect and Understanding organized the Reflections Ceremony at Centennial Hall.

Christina-Taylor Green the eight year old who was shot was eulogized by her two best friendsSerenity Hammrich and Jamie Stone for Christina-Taylor Green spoke for their best friend Christina-Taylor Green the eight year old shot at the Congress on Your Corner gathering January 8th 2011 with eighteen other people.

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