If you’re over the age of 20, you remember exactly where you were on September 11, 2001. You remember the circumstances surrounding how you found out about the terrorist attack on our country. We all watched the two planes hit the Twin Towers in New York. We saw the field in Pennsylvania. We saw the wreckage at the Pentagon. We all have a story from that day.
- We remember 3,000 lives that were lost, and the 3,000 families that carry the heaviest burden
- We remember the heroes – the first responders, the firemen, the EMT’s, the doctors, the nurses and the ordinary citizens who rushed toward the disaster to help
- We remember the wounded – the thousands hurt physically and scarred emotionally
- We remember how our country rose to the occasion
- We remember the volunteers, the aid and the generosity
- We remember the miracles
- We remember the unity of our country
- We remember the strength, courage, patriotism and faith
- We remember our flag flying above the rubble
We will never forget.