ANCOR Services Honors 9/11

Reported by: Alisha Searl
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Updated: 9/11/2012 7:30 pm
In Chickamauga, dozens are sporting the red, white, and blue, especially at ANCOR Services.

That is an organization that provides day services for developmentally disabled adults.

On Tuesday, they honored emergency responders with good food, and patriotic music from the Gordon Lee High School band.

Those who are a part of ANCOR Services say they were personally touched by what happened eleven years ago.

Renee Smith, with ANCOR Services, says, "A lot of the individuals were actually here in this building on 9/11 when the terrorist attacks happened, so they remember those events, and we were watching the news and everybody was upset and crying. Today was just a really good to remember those that day."

Organizers hope to make this an annual event in Chickamauga.
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