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9/11 Events Planned For Sunday

Commemorations mark the 10th anniversary of the terrorist attacks

Across the region, the state and the nation on Sunday, ceremonies are being held to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.

Almost every community in Connecticut was affected by 9/11, whether it be the death of a resident in Washington, New York, or Pennsylvania; members of the community heading to New York to assist in rescue efforts, or a friend or relative enlisting in the service and heading to Iraq or Afghanistan.

We have all been touched by 9/11.

Here is a list of services and ceremonies being held locally Sunday.

CLINTON

Community Service of Remembrance for 9/11 5 p.m., Sunday

, 55 Church Road, Clinton

This is an Ecumenical Worship Service to commemorate the tenth anniversary of the tragic events on September 11, 2001.  The local clergy will officiate and a combined choir will present special music.  Prayers will be offered for those who lost their lives and their loved ones who are in grief, for our first responders and emergency personnel, for our nation, and for peace in our world.  A freewill offering of canned goods, food items, and monetary donations will be received and directed to the Clinton Food Pantry and to families who have been hurt by the recent hurricane.  The public is cordially invited to attend.

Special 9/11 Service 10 a.m., Sunday

, 4 Heritage Park Road, Clinton

The church is having a special service at 10:00 a.m. with the showing of the movie "The Cross and the Towers." This films follows several policemen, firemen and chaplains and how they found hope through the Cross.

 

MADISON

10-Year 9/11 Remembrance

6 p.m., Town Green, Madison

Please show your love and support for the four families from Madison who lost their loved ones on September 11, 2001. Join town residents on the Green (First Congregational Church) this Sunday at 6 PM. Your attendance will have tremendous meaning to family members/friends who will gather from far and wide to commemorate this tragic event in American history.

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