Van Alstyne remembers Sept. 11, 20 years later

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The Sherman Police Regional Pipe Ban performed, and Boy Scout Troop 44 raised the flag to half-mast.  The library also put together a special display document the events of that day and honoring those who lost their lives.

 Scores of Van Alstyne residents came to the library last Saturday to commemorate the twentieth anniversary of the Sept. 11 attack. Those giving remarks included library director Judy Kimzey, Mayor Jim Atchison, Police Chief Tim Barnes and Fire Chief Ryan Dockers. They recalled the heroic efforts of first responders on that fateful day as well as the changes the country has experienced since then.  

The Sherman Police Regional Pipe Ban performed, and Boy Scout Troop 44 raised the flag to half-mast.  The library also put together a special display document the events of that day and honoring those who lost their lives.
The Sherman Police Regional Pipe Ban performed, and Boy Scout Troop 44 raised the flag to half-mast.  The library also put together a special display document the events of that day and honoring those who lost their lives.
The Sherman Police Regional Pipe Ban performed, and Boy Scout Troop 44 raised the flag to half-mast.  The library also put together a special display document the events of that day and honoring those who lost their lives.
The Sherman Police Regional Pipe Ban performed, and Boy Scout Troop 44 raised the flag to half-mast.  The library also put together a special display document the events of that day and honoring those who lost their lives.
The Sherman Police Regional Pipe Ban performed, and Boy Scout Troop 44 raised the flag to half-mast.  The library also put together a special display document the events of that day and honoring those who lost their lives.
The Sherman Police Regional Pipe Ban performed, and Boy Scout Troop 44 raised the flag to half-mast.  The library also put together a special display document the events of that day and honoring those who lost their lives.