will be there, and the American Legion," Saling says.
"I believe the National Guard is also going to try to make an
appearance. We’re going to be having a
flag raising ceremony. We have a flag of
honor that’s going to be going up with all the names of the victims of
9/11. We’ll have a 21 gun salute, and we’ll be playing
TAPS as well. Then, we’ll have some
involved in the groups are also accepting donations of products to ship
overseas to active duty soldiers during the rest of the week. We’ll have more about that in another report.
8:00 tomorrow night, another event will be held at the Kremer
Ampitheatre on the Campus Mall at Marietta College.
College spokesman Tom Perry says
"it will be
the third annual. We have some students
who put this on every year through the College Republicans, typically. Sometimes the College Republicans and College
Democrats even get together for it, but I believe it’s just the College
Republicans this year. They’re putting
on this annual tribute that they do. It
happens at night. It’s really a solemn
event. People talk about memories. It’s become a popular event on campus amongst
that group of students who want to pay tribute to those who lost their lives on
9/11 in 2001.”
are open to anyone who wants to attend.