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September 10, 2003

Valdosta - Mayor James Rainwater has proclaimed Thursday the "Day of Remembrance."

The city will host a memorial for the victims of September 11th at 8:30 Thursday morning on the lawn of City Hall Annex. The ceremony will not only remember the victims of the terrorists attacks, but also honor the local public safety officials and military personnel.

Moody Air Force is also holding a memorial service at 4:30 Thursday afternoon.

The city's ceremony is open to the public, but Moody's is only for military personnel and their families.

posted at 3:05PM by ashley.harper@walb.com

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