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9/11 Remembered


As “Taps” played, members of Middlefield’s Fire Department saluted the flag, flown at half mast, during Middlefield’s ceremony to recognize the twelfth anniversary of 9/11.

Middlefield First Selectman Jon Brayshaw speaks to the crowd at Middlefield’s 9/11 recognition ceremony. “Never forget what the men and women of our police and fire department did that day to try to save others,” Brayshaw said. | Town Times photo by Mark Dionne.



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