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Large crowd gathers for memorial service

September 12, 2011

Michelle Berry
Managing Editor
editor@borgernewsherald.com
The people of Hutchinson County made a point to ensure that the lives lost on Sept. 11, 2001, will not be forgotten.
Close to 300 people were in attendance at a special 9/11 Memorial Service held Sunday afternoon in Huber Park.
The service was held in the area where a 9/11 monument, currently in the works, will be placed.

9/11: We remember

September 12, 2011

(Editor’s Note: The following speech was given by Judge William D. Smith during a special 9/11 memorial service held Sunday afternoon at Huber Park.)

My friends, we gather here today to pay homage and tribute to those who are no longer with us but whose memory will long affect us.
We, like millions of other Americans, remember what we did and where we were 10 have not forgotten our feelings and emotions – sometimes of helplessness, of frustration, of forlorn, and of anger – as we watched planes crash, fires burn, buildings tumble and victims, along with brave rescuers, die.

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