Saturday is September 11th, and there aren't many Americans that don't know exactly where they were when they heard about the terrorist attacks on that day in 2001. In an effort to honor those that died in the attacks, those that continue to fight to bring the attackers to justice, and those that did so much to rescue those trapped in the buildings that day, we wanted to have a short ceremony. However, with the tragic death of James Ide V, we thought it best to postpone the ceremony. We would still like for everyone to come by the market and take a moment to write any words of remembrance about September 11th on a large banner that we have. We will display the banner at the market on September 25th, which is also when we'll have the postponed ceremony.
The Kids' Corner activity is to make American flags, so your youngsters won't want to miss it. We'll also have pony rides!...now that the unbearable heat seems to be done, and we don't have to worry about heat exhaustion from riders or horses.
Come by the market, talk to neighbors about what you remember from September 11, 2001, and let's all remember together.