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September 11, 2007

Thomasville-- At a ceremony at Thomas University this morning, the students, one who was serving in the military when 9/11 happened, and another who lost a loved one to a terrorist attack, shared their memories.  

TU President, Dr. Gary Bonvillian said, "It was such a significant historical event for the United States that its important that we keep that out in front of peoples minds so that they understand why we do what we do around the world."

The memorial service was open to everyone in Thomasville. The school hopes the carry on the tradition in years to come.

 

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