A Day of Remembrance and Reflection: Easton Commemorates 9/11

On a sunny, breezy day, much like Sept. 11, 2001, Easton residents gathered on the 9/11 memorial green across from Easton Town Hall to remember and mourn on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of 9/11. Terrorists killed 2,977 people from 93 nations, including three with direct connections Continue reading “A Day of Remembrance and Reflection: Easton Commemorates 9/11”

Still Seeking Justice for Family Lost on 9/11

While Keeping the Memory Alive

Sue Kim, Christine and Peter Hanson–Photo Courtesy or Eunice Hanson

Eunice Hanson settled into a comfortable chair in the cheerful sun room of her colonial-style home in Easton. Calming colors and carefully chosen artifacts grace the room. Walls Continue reading “Still Seeking Justice for Family Lost on 9/11”

A Tribute to our Mothers on 9/11 and Everyday

To all mothers who have lost a child on 9/11, or anytime, through illness, accidents, suicide, overdose or  separation.

​All of us should give thanks to our mothers, since we wouldn’t be here today if it weren’t for them. Each time there’s the loss of a mother, all of society suffers, Continue reading “A Tribute to our Mothers on 9/11 and Everyday”

Message from the Superintendent: Covid and 9/11

Dear Friends and Families of ER9:

There are two sections for my email today. I ask that you read the first section on COVID-19 Reporting, Quarantine/Isolation Guidelines, How to Access the ER9 COVID-19 Dashboard and Health Screening.  The second section is about preparing to honor Continue reading “Message from the Superintendent: Covid and 9/11”

Pledge to Make the World a Better Place on 9/11

Nineteen years ago on this day, unspeakable acts of terror changed life in the United States as we knew it. The cloudless blue skies and the picture-perfect September day belied the horrific acts that claimed the lives of 3,000 innocent souls. 

On September 11, 2001, Americans Continue reading “Pledge to Make the World a Better Place on 9/11”

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