Yorktown News-View: Woodmen Present Flag of Honor to City

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September 19, 2017 By Roger Cowan On Monday, September 11, 2017, the 16th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks in New York City, Woodmen Life of Yorktown presented a Flag of Honor to honor their city. A memorial flag ceremony was also held before the start of the Yorktown-Randolph football game. Read the article  

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The Record: Sept. 11 attacks: 16 years after, region’s grief endures

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Communities across North Jersey on Monday commemorated the 16th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terror attacks. … Teresa Pivirotto of Clifton attends the 9/11 Memorial Ceremony in Clifton annually. Pivirotto’s ritual is looking for the name of Richard Rosenthal on the Flag of Honor. Rosenthal attended school with Pivirotto’s daughter and died in the attacks on…

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Daily Local: ‘Coatesville Remembers September 11th’

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By Ginger Dunbar COATESVILLE >> The National Iron & Steel Heritage Museum held a “Coatesville Remembers September 11th” commemorative service Monday to remember the victims of the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center Twin Towers. … South Coatesville Police Chief Kevin Pierce adjusts the “Flag of Honor,” which contains the names of those who…

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KTVB: 9/11 tribute travels across the Treasure Valley

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By Joe Parriss BOISE – In honor of the September 11th attacks, Mission 43, an Idaho veterans organization, is holding a moving tribute that is traveling from Lucky Peak Reservoir to Caldwell today. … The Flag of Honor bears the names of every first responder and citizen killed during the attack. It is being passed…

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Spectrum Buffalo: Ceremony Remembering 9/11 Held in Delaware Park

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By Katie Gibas It’s been 16 years since the September 11th terror attacks. Plenty of memorials and remembrance ceremonies are planned across Western New York today. … The day’s longest tribute started just before dawn at Delaware Park with Team Red White and Blue members running carrying American Flags and the Flag of Honor for more…

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