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September 11, 2003

Albany -  The topic of Clifton Alexander's 5th grade class at Alice Coachman Elementary School on Thursday was "A past to Cherish, and a future to fulfil."

The students were in third grade when the attacks happened. But Stevie Bowens says he remembers them clearly. "Some people came over and knocked down the twin towers," said Bowens.  "I feel sad (about that)." 

The students drew pictures that reflected what they remember about the attacks, and pictures of what they hope for the future.

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