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9/11: Where Were You?


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When a tragedy occurs, we are connected to it through our own memories and experiences.

Where were you that September day? How did you find out? How did you react?

Share your experience of September 11, 2001 here by commenting on this post.

Tweet or Send Us your Football Game Photos!

We want to see your fun from wherever you are at your high school football games. Whether you're in marching band, a cheerleader, football coach, a proud mom, we want to see it all! (well, most of it!)

We'll post your photos in a gallery right here on Where You Live.

Just tweet your (cell phone) photos to us at @13wmaznews and @13wmazFFN

You can also email photos, including cell phone pictures, to whereyoulive@13wmaz.com

9/11 Artifact Transported to Museum of Aviation

9/11 Artifact Transported to Museum of Aviation

A base fire truck transported an artifact stone from the 9/11 Pentagon attack from Headquarters Air Force Reserve Command to the Museum of Aviation Friday.

That's according to a Robins Air Force Base news release. 13WMAZ's Lorra Lynch Jones will have more tonight on Eyewitness News.

Base employees and Airmen were encouraged to line the route as a show of respect to everyone affected by the attacks -the victims, their families, first responders and U.S. military personnel.

The procession began at Bldg. 210, (HQ AFRC) then proceed east on Richard Ray Boulevard and turn right onto Robins Parkway.  

The stone will be displayed at Friday's 9/11 commemoration ceremony hosted by the Air Force Reserve Command at the Museum of Aviation's Century of Flight Hangar at 1 p.m.

Live Music: Redeemed Trio

Live Music: Redeemed Trio

Saturday, September 17 at 6 p.m. 

Free concert.

Bunco Night!

BUNCO night on Sept 17, at the OAC building.

Tickets are $5 at the door.

Bring lots of friends! If you've never played BUNCO before, it's very easy to play.

One night last year we had a small group to play, so more people could learn, and Jamie's 7-year-old daughter beat us all!

If you know you're coming, it would be helpful to let us know via Facebook. Thanks so much!

--Sharon Radebaugh, President, Friends of Twiggs Co. Sheriff's Office

Old Richland Church Celebrates 200-Year Homecoming

The Bicentennial Anniversary of Richland Baptist Church will begin at Noon on Sunday, October 2. 

Bring covered dishes to share with family and friends for the traditional "dinner on the grounds".

The Wesleyanne's and the Civil Folks will sing. Perfect time for a church "family and friends" reunion!

Attend your home church Sunday School and then drive out to join us for a once in a lifetime event! For more information:www.historicrichlandchurch.org