Clyde to hold 9/11 memorial service
While the tragic events of 9/11 are never far from anyone's mind, the members of the Clyde Fire Department aim to give people a chance to pay their respects to the thousands who lost their lives that day.
Last year, about 500 people flocked to the erection of Clyde's 9/11 memorial, which features two steel beams salvaged from Ground Zero in New York City.
The department received two out of only 1,040 World Trade Center beams distributed to towns across the country. The process to get them included a year and a half long letter writing campaign and a promise to build a public memorial surrounding the beams.
Last year, about 500 people flocked to a special 9/11 unveiling of the memorial and to touch the steel.
This year, as a tribute to the 11th anniversary of the infamous day, the Clyde ...