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Middletown coffee shop shows support for Madison HS

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MIDDLETOWN, OH (FOX19) -

Triple Moon Coffee Company is the hangout spot for many Madison school students, and it's all about good times.

This Friday the owner, Heather Gibson, and a local band, Live Past Life want to bring that feeling back to the
Madison community.

The coffee shop has provided a safe place for many of the students to come after school.

"We fell in love with them they fell in love with us and they've just become out family,” said Gibson. "They actually opened us up. The first night we opened we had like a three hour line out the door, and it was all Madison."

Gibson says her hope is for this shop to continue to be a safe haven.

They are inviting the community out for live music and a good time, but they do have one request.

“Everybody to wear red and white and just bring their support and to bring their support down for the Madison families and students,” said Gibson.

One alum of Madison High School is already wearing red.

"Yeah, I had to dig out my old band shirt,” said Kyle Day.

Day said he will be at this coffee shop Friday to continue to show his support, and he knows he won't be alone.

"I feel like more Madison kids will come here now just to have some support,” said Day.

The event at Triple Moon Coffee Company will Friday at 6 p.m.

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