FLINT — A simple ceremony consisting of poetry, a bagpiper playing Amazing Grace and a candlelight vigil will dedicate a special display at the University of Michigan-Flint called “We Will Never Forget” to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
The windows near the Saginaw and Kearsley Streets entrance to the University Pavilion (UPAV) are (will be) covered with nearly 3,000 names of the victims and heroes who died in the attacks.
“Seeing each name in print serves as a visual representation of the fatalities suffered on 9/11,” said Mary Jo Sekelsky, vice chancellor for the Division of Student Affairs.
The ceremony will held Sept. 9 at 8 p..m. on the corner of Saginaw and Kearsley Streets. — G.G.