Riverside, California 2021-09-11 22:51:02 –
Gregory, Texas — Saturday night, the city of Gregory was shining red, white, and blue. There was the first patriotic parade, which fell on the same day as the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
Hundreds of people attended the event to support and look back on a meaningful day, and the American flag got a lot of attention.
The Patriotic Parade began with a national anthem and prayer.
“The hero’s hometown and land of the free,” said a person praying with a microphone.
Undoubtedly, there was a large exhibition of proud Americans.
“Teaching children what happened 20 years ago, but also to show them that patriotism still means something in this country,” said an Air Force veteran patriotic parade. Said Gilbert Cortinas, coordinator of the.
The manifestation of patriotism was clear, with no shortage of red, white and blue.
“We can’t be in New York, so we can’t be in the Pentagon or Pennsylvania. Let’s actually show them what we remember,” said a veteran music director. One Ramchaves said. Corpus Christi’s band.
The band gave a special performance of 9/11 for the crowd. Those who didn’t remember what happened on 9/11 because they weren’t around still felt the moment through the band’s music and the sense of community unity.
“I wasn’t born between 9/11, but 20 years later, I’m still witnessing the people affected and what’s happening in the world. The 19-year-old manager of the Patriotic Parade. ArlethFlores said:
Staying strong is the hope of many for years to come.
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