National Day of Service and Remembrance held at Fort Sill National Cemetery

LAWTON, Okla. (KSWO) - The Department of Veterans Affairs and Fort Sill National Cemetery partnered with Carry The Load for their second annual National Day of Service and Remembrance. The event took place Friday at Fort Sill National Cemetery. The volunteers were asked to walk the grounds and remove trash and debris as a method of service in remembrance of 9/11. Read the entire article HERE.

9/11 anniversary: Volunteers clean graves at Sacramento Valley for National Day of Service

The anniversary of 9/11 is a time to honor the 2,977 who died in the terrorist attacks back in 2001 and those who put their lives on the line to rescue people. With Sept. 11 designated as a National Day of Service, it has become a date to perform acts of good for others through volunteer work. Read more HERE.

Here’s A List Of Events Happening In DFW To Honor 911 Victims

It's hard to believe tomorrow marks 20 years since 911. I think we all remember exactly where we were and what we were doing at the time. It will be forever engrained in our memories. There are several events happening in DFW to honor the victims of 911. See more.

Remembering 911

Tomorrow marks the 20th anniversary of a day Americans will never forget. As we remember and reflect on that horrific moment in time there are several remembrances across DFW. The Dallas Symphony Orchestra will host a Remembrance Concert Saturday night at the Meyerson Symphony Center. Proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to Carry The Load.

Read more HERE.

More than a dozen D-FW events commemorate 9/11

Special observances across North Texas mark the 20th anniversary of the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. Events commemorating Sept. 11, designated as Patriot Day, this year include flag displays, speakers, music and other remembrances of the 9/11 victims and tributes to first responders and the U.S. military. See more HERE.

VA Honors Lives Lost, American Heroism on 20th Anniversary of 9/11

WASHINGTON, D.C. — In commemoration of the 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks against the U.S., the Department of Veterans Affairs will host several tributes throughout its enterprise to recognize loved ones lost, loved ones injured and those forever changed by the tragic events. Read more HERE.

These are the 13 best things to do in Dallas this weekend

This weekend around Dallas is absolutely overflowing with big-name singers and local theater. There are no fewer than five concerts featuring well-known singers taking place on either Friday or Saturday, and five local theater companies will debut new productions, including two from Dallas Theater Center. Add in an arts festival, a horror convention, and a 9/11 remembrance concert, and this weekend is stuffed to the gills.

Read full article, HERE.

9/11 Anniversary: ​​List of Events in North Texas

Dallas, TX — This is a list of information from the organizers about what is happening, when and where, and how they praise the 9/11 victims.

Saturday marks the 20th anniversary of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. In memory of those who died that day, a full schedule of events is planned throughout northern Texas this weekend.

National Day of Service and Remembrance to be held at fort Sill National Cemetery

The Department of Veterans Affairs, Fort Sill National Cemetery has partnered with Carry The Load for the second annual National Day of Service and Remembrance.

This volunteer based event will take place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Friday at Fort Sill National Cemetery, 2648 NE Jake Dunn Road. Volunteers are asked to come out and help clean the cemetery in honor of the fallen service members. Read more.

Dallas Nonprofit to Hold Events This Weekend to Commemorate the 20th Anniversary of 9/11

“After serving on active duty post-9/11, many of us returned home having lost good men and women whom we served alongside,” Stephen Holley, co-founder, president, and CEO of Carry The Load, said in a statement. “This Patriot Day, I want to challenge Americans to do an act of service in their community, teach the next generation about how 9/11 unified our nation, and always remember those left behind.”

See the full article, HERE.

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