The community continues to pay tribute in the face of tragedy.

Hessian Hill Farm in Berne was packed on Sunday with people remembering those victims killed in the Schoharie limo crash.

All proceeds from Sunday's event will benefit the Reflections Memorial Foundation.

The foundation is a nonprofit raising money to build a memorial at the site of the October crash at the Apple Barrel parking lot.

Organizers say they are hoping to raise up to half a million dollars for the memorial park.

"I just think when a community is part of a tragedy like what happened in October it really brings you to the core of who you are as a human being and we're here for each other," said Lois Goblet, treasurer of Hessian Hill Farm.

Another fundraiser is being planned for May in Amsterdam.

Proceeds for that will also go toward the Reflections Memorial Foundation.