Solar light garden with 3,497 units, each unit being a representation of a life lost in the terrorist attack eleven years ago. 9/11 Tribute at Staheli Family Farms, Washington City, Utah, Sept. 11, 2012 | Photo by Dave Amodt, St. George News
WASHINGTON CITY – Tuesday was a full day in Southern Utah. A dike broke in Santa Clara and attention turned to that devastation. It was also the eleventh anniversary of 9/11.
Many did join in the 9/11 Tribute at Staheli Farm which began on Sunday and culminated on Tuesday. Alan Foote did sing the last of his 911 rounds of “God Bless the USA” just at the time the first plane flew into the World Trade Center in New York City 11 years ago.
St. George News photographer Dave Amodt checked in throughout the days of the Tribute and caught some moments – we share them here. From Washington City, Utah, to New York, New York, to Washington D.C: Yes, we remember.
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Joyce Kuzmanic has been editor in chief of St. George News since 2012, having contributed as a reporter and assistant editor since the publication's inception in 2010. Before St. George News, Joyce has been a private business owner and enjoyed a long career as a paralegal in real estate, business and tax law transactions.
She enjoys hospitality, thinking, reading and adventuring in the great outdoors. Joyce currently resides in St. George with her husband and her dog, Scratch.