Sep 9, 2011 11:50 PM by Nicole Vandeputte
As we do every year around this time, we think about where we were. Maybe how our lives have changed, and many remember their loved ones lost in that attack or in the war since.
there will be several events and most people we've spoken with say they want to be at one of these services.
How do you tell your children about the day that changed America? There is now a generation who didn't watch as planes crashed into the World Trade Center. They don't know about the other attack on the Pentagon or the lives lost on the plane that crashed into a Pennsylvania field. But their lives, like ours are different for it.
Our security is heightened, most noticeably at airports. And, our wars. Soldiers are still dying in the hunt for terrorists. 10 Years later the community, young and old, will honor those who gave so much.
The "Faces of Freedom" at the World Arena will not only recognize the sacrifices of that day but in the ten years since. Specifically, the thousands of wounded warriors returning home who need our support. Their stories will be performed as songs.
Military, along with law enforcement, will gather at America the Beautiful Park. The services start at 8 a.m.
In Pueblo, at 7:58 a.m., a ceremony on the Riverwalk.
Whether it's in a crowd, or home alone, most people will find a moment to remember.
There will be a lot of other events. To see those or more on the ones mentioned here, click on community section then 9/11.