Georgetown holds 9/11 ceremony
GEORGETOWN, Del. – In Georgetown today the community, first-responders and more came together to honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice on 9/11.
The ceremony featured a flyover, singing acts and speeches from the police chief and politicians about why today is 9-11 is a day we must always remember.
Not just what happened, but also how we came together as a nation right after.
“At the end of the day we know we have each other’s backs and that’s what we need to remember on this day, to do otherwise would be a dishonor to those who’ve gone before us,” said Georgetown Police Chief R.L. Hughes.
This is the third year Levin Clark Jr. has organized the event, that he says is special for Georgetown to have.
“It means a lot to me, not only to me, I think it means a lot to the first responders,” Clark Jr. said.