September 11th Exhibit Comes To Lexington

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People in Lexington have the chance to be a part of history.
The National September 11th Memorial and Museum Tribute Exhibition is making a stop in Lexington.

The tribute profiles what happened on 9/11 through pictures, and first hand accounts from people who were at Ground Zero.

People can stop by and sign their name to a steel beam that will become part of a permanent memorial at ground zero.

The exhibit is setup downtown on Cheapside Street. It opens at 10:30, with a special ceremony. The exhibit closes at 6:30.

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  • by Richad Clayburn Location: Lexington on Oct 3, 2007 at 03:31 PM
    It was Kentucky United Pipes and Drums honor to be a part of the memorials' visit to Lexington.


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