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Flags Fly From The Top Of The Maryland State House Against A Blue Summer Sky In Annapolis Maryland On September 11th 2015

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American flags flew proudly in the late Summer breezes as moments of silence were observed while prayers were said across Annapolis Maryland this morning. From Main Street, where customers at Chick & Ruth’s recited the Pledge of Allegiance, to the US Naval Academy, where midshipmen honored their fallen, and to Eastport, where the calmness along the docks was most evident for about two hours.

It has now been fourteen years since our country was subjected to that cowardly attack that took the lives of family members, co-workers, friends, neighbors, public safety officers, and those serving our country. Let us continue to respectfully honor all of those lost on that fateful September day in 2001.

Yet never forget,

Glenn

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