Hundreds came to the Beverly Hills 9/11 Memorial Garden Wednesday night to reflect on the tragic terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001.
Led by the Beverly Hills Fire Department and Fire Chief Ralph Mundell, the ceremony included singing performances by Robyn French and City Clerk Byron Pope, as well as a wreath laying and the playing of taps for those who lost their lives during the attacks.
Mayor John A. Mirisch led several local students to the memorial during the wreath laying who wrote essays about what Sept. 11, 2001 means to them, which included students from El Rodeo, Horace Mann and Beverly Vista.
Following the ceremony, the Los Angeles Lawyers Philharmonic Orchestra, led by Gary Greene, played several patriotic songs and ensembles. Share your 9/11 story in the comments section. Where were you on that tragic day?
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