9/11 solemnly recalled


Bringing the U.S. flag to half staff to commemorate 9/11 on Friday are, foreground from left, Assistant Wilmington Fire Chief Mark Wiswell and Clinton County Sheriff’s Office Col. Brian Prickett. The annual event is held in the municipal parking lot next to Wilmington City Hall. At left is a local freedom bell, which was tolled during the remembrance ceremony.


Wilmington Fire Department Lt. Ed Myers plays the bagpipes Friday during a 9/11 remembrance ceremony in the city. Clinton County Commissioner Pat Haley delivered a talk, while Wilmington Police Chief Duane Weyand offered the welcome and Wilmington Fire Chief Andy Mason prayed. Members of the Wilmington American Legion Post 49 Memorial Squad accorded a 21-gun salute, while “Taps” was played by Charles Paul of Blanchester High School.


Bringing the U.S. flag to half staff to commemorate 9/11 on Friday are, foreground from left, Assistant Wilmington Fire Chief Mark Wiswell and Clinton County Sheriff’s Office Col. Brian Prickett. The annual event is held in the municipal parking lot next to Wilmington City Hall. At left is a local freedom bell, which was tolled during the remembrance ceremony.

Wilmington Fire Department Lt. Ed Myers plays the bagpipes Friday during a 9/11 remembrance ceremony in the city. Clinton County Commissioner Pat Haley delivered a talk, while Wilmington Police Chief Duane Weyand offered the welcome and Wilmington Fire Chief Andy Mason prayed. Members of the Wilmington American Legion Post 49 Memorial Squad accorded a 21-gun salute, while “Taps” was played by Charles Paul of Blanchester High School.

Bringing the U.S. flag to half staff to commemorate 9/11 on Friday are, foreground from left, Assistant Wilmington Fire Chief Mark Wiswell and Clinton County Sheriff’s Office Col. Brian Prickett. The annual event is held in the municipal parking lot next to Wilmington City Hall. At left is a local freedom bell, which was tolled during the remembrance ceremony.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2015/09/web1_flag_vertic_f.jpgBringing the U.S. flag to half staff to commemorate 9/11 on Friday are, foreground from left, Assistant Wilmington Fire Chief Mark Wiswell and Clinton County Sheriff’s Office Col. Brian Prickett. The annual event is held in the municipal parking lot next to Wilmington City Hall. At left is a local freedom bell, which was tolled during the remembrance ceremony.

Wilmington Fire Department Lt. Ed Myers plays the bagpipes Friday during a 9/11 remembrance ceremony in the city. Clinton County Commissioner Pat Haley delivered a talk, while Wilmington Police Chief Duane Weyand offered the welcome and Wilmington Fire Chief Andy Mason prayed. Members of the Wilmington American Legion Post 49 Memorial Squad accorded a 21-gun salute, while “Taps” was played by Charles Paul of Blanchester High School.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2015/09/web1_bagpipes_horiz_f.jpgWilmington Fire Department Lt. Ed Myers plays the bagpipes Friday during a 9/11 remembrance ceremony in the city. Clinton County Commissioner Pat Haley delivered a talk, while Wilmington Police Chief Duane Weyand offered the welcome and Wilmington Fire Chief Andy Mason prayed. Members of the Wilmington American Legion Post 49 Memorial Squad accorded a 21-gun salute, while “Taps” was played by Charles Paul of Blanchester High School.