Kansas City, Missouri 2021-09-11 10:19:08 –
Kansas City, Missouri — Governor of Kansas Laura Kelly honors those who died in 9/11 by proclaiming September 11 as a day of service and mourning in Kansas.
The announcement was made on Saturday, 20 years after the attacks on vacant lots in the World Trade Center, Pentagon and Pennsylvania.
“Today I will mark 20NS In a press release, Kelly killed many of his compatriots and women, including many first responders who dedicated everything to help others on the anniversary of this horrific tragedy. “Let’s pay tribute to all those who died on this notorious day, and dedicate our lives to the protection and service of our country’s police officers, firefighters, EMTs, members of the U.S. military, and others. Thanks to all the other paramedics who continue. Of our community. “
The Declaration encourages people to participate in community service and observe the day in ceremonies and activities.
This includes a memorial service to honor the victims who died in the attack.
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