CT residents remember September 11 at memorial service in Westport

The second anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks will be marked by quiet observances nationwide. In southwestern Connecticut, an intimate memorial service took place in Westport on Thursday.Governor John Rowland (R-CT) addressed local victims' families, and dedicated the expansion of the Connecticut 9/11 Living Memorial at Sherwood Island State Park.Hundreds of people gathered at the park nearly a year ago to dedicate a seaside memorial for the victims of the terrorist attacks. This year, state officials generally limited invitations to family members. The expansion of the victims' memorial includes new sandstone-colored, granite blocks, each containing the name of one of the 151 Connecticut victims.

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