And Wednesday, the supervisor noted, seemed the perfect day to dedicate it.
Doris Sullivan, a past president of the Woodmen chapter, along with other Woodman officers, also presented the town with a bronze plaque in memory of the nearly 3,000 souls who lost their lives in the terrorist attacks.
Sullivan read aloud a letter from the Woodmen about the victims of the attacks, Morrow said.
And the town’s new flag was raised to full staff, then back to half staff.
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