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September 11-page

Posted by
del
(della@internet.com) on
Sun, Sep 30, 01 at 9:06

I would like to make a page of the terrible tragedy that hit our country. Of course, I have no photos and wonder if any one has any ideas. I want to make them for my two daughters. Thanks. D


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RE: September 11-page

I have done several pages of this...Air Force One flew over our farm and I took a picture of it. Of course, about all you can see is a jet stream, but wrote the story about how the president had to get back to Washington DC and how it was the only plane in the air...besides the escorts. I printed off some of the beautiful tributes and pictures that I found on the internet and used headlines out of our local papers...there is a lot of material out there.


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Hi, A friend of mine is taking pictures around her neighborhood showing all the flags around. And also some of the stores have things on thier signs like "God bless America". There is a guy in my town who painted his back yard as an American flag. People are taking stirafoam coffee cups and putting them in their chainlink fence and spelling out things to. Just to show the unified spirit in your area. You can also use newspaper or magazine clippings and emails going around with information and pictures on them. I hope this helps. God bless.

Karen


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Della her is one site of many that I have found with photos.

http://www.angelfire.com/fl4/IceWalker/ATributetotheVictimsandFamily.html

God Bless...

Still Rusty


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