Residents Come Together to Remember Lives Lost on 9-11

Staff Report
NewsWest 9

It was nine years ago the world watched as terrorists launched an attack against the U.S.

Residents came together remembering those who lost their lives.

Residents in Eunice decided to give back to their community.

Over 100 volunteers came out to Urenco USA's 9-11 Remembrance Day Community Service Project and they did everything from yard cleanup, painting, replacing doors and windows and installing handicap ramps for senior citizens.

All total, 17 homes were worked on at no cost to the homeowners.

In Odessa, the American Indian Center held a luncheon honoring those who lost their lives on 9-11.

The group held their event at the Unitarian Church on east 42nd Street.

They had speeches, prayers, and they sang the Star Spangled Banner in two Indian languages.