Honoring the lives lost on 9-11

Messenger photos by Dedra Cordle
The Jackson Township Fire Department, in concert with the American Legion Paschall Post 164, hosted a September 11 remembrance service at Station 204. The ceremony, which has been held for five years, honors the thousands of lives lost during the terrorist attack that took place 18 years ago. Here, Fire Chaplain Jeffrey Whaley rings the bell of service.
The American Legion Paschall Post 164 Honor Guard stand and salute for the national anthem.
JD Miller (left) and Jason Adams, members of the Jackson Township Fire Department Honor Guard, present at the ceremony.
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