Please Join Us in Prayer | Beaufort County Now | On this day 19 years ago, almost 3,000 heroes and innocent Americans lost their lives when those wishing to do our country harm tried to strike a blow at our freedom. | e.c. sykes, prayer, 9/11, remembrance, anniversary, september 11, 2020

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Press Release:

    On this day 19 years ago, almost 3,000 heroes and innocent Americans lost their lives when those wishing to do our country harm tried to strike a blow at our freedom.

    It is important to remember not only on this Patriots Day, but every day, that the freedoms we enjoy as Americans are always under threat. We must remember those who perished and sacrificed their own lives to protect those freedoms. We must remember that by standing together as one united nation, we can never be defeated.

    As President Trump said in one of his Presidential Proclamations, "When America is united, no force on Earth can break us apart. Our values endure; our people thrive, our Nation prevails; and the memory of our loved ones never fades."

    I hope you'll join our entire campaign team today and say a prayer for the families of those who sacrificed their lives on that sad day 19 years ago, as well as for all of the other dedicated men and women who keep our country safe and secure.


    E.C. Sykes


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