Community members commemorate 9/11 at Ford museum


GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — From dawn until dusk, a steady stream of scouts, first responders and members of the community will salute the American flag at the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum.

It’s called the Community Day of Remembrance. The tradition started in 2002 when a group of Boy Scouts came to pay their respects to the flag one year after the terrorist attacks of 9/11.

In the years that followed, the tradition has grown and spread to other members of the community.

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