Remembering and honoring lives lost, on Sept. 11

photo by cynthia hochswender Members of the First Litchfield Artillery Regiment shot off their Civil War-era cannon at a Patriot Day ceremony in North Canaan on Wednesday, Sept 11. In the background is the Knights of Columbus’ massive American flag, flying from the Canaan Fire Company ladder truck. Photo by Cynthia Hochswender

Lives lost in 2001 and in the ensuing years-long war on terror were honored during a 24-hour long Patriot Day ceremony held at St. Martin of Tours in North Canaan. 

The event was once again organized by the Knights of Columbus and member Nick DeAngelis, as has been the case since the first ceremony at the Route 7 site in 2008.

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