A Day of Remembrance

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Riverton Remembers September 11Riverton residents and neighbors are invited to come together this September to remember the fateful events that took place on September 11, 2001. 



America was targeted for attack because we're the brightest beacon for freedom and opportunity in the world. And no one will keep that light from shining. Today, our nation saw evil -- the very worst of human nature -- and we responded with the best of America.
- President George W. Bush


Flag Remembrance Displays9/11 Flag Remembrance Displays
Sunday, September 7 - Sunday, September 13, 2020
911 flags are displayed in Riverton in remembrance of those who died in the September 11, 2001 terrorist attack on the United States of America. Displays will be up through Sunday, September 13. Distinct educational displays are presented at each of five locations with a sobering fact about that fateful day 19 years ago. Families and individuals are invited to visit each location to learn or be reminded of the toll the terrorist attack took on our nation. Locations include:

  • Canyonview, 12600 S 4465 W | MAP IT
  • Centennial Park, 13000 S 2700 W | MAP IT
  • Monarch Meadows Parkway, 13600 S 4800 W | MAP IT
  • Riverton City Hall, 12830 S Redwood Road | MAP IT
  • Spirit Corner, 12600 S Redwood Road | MAP IT

Flag Contest
Take a photo of yourself or family at each location and email all five photos to recreation@rivertonutah.gov for a chance to win a family gift basket valued at over $500! A winner will be selected at random from submissions. Submissions due by September 14 at 5 p.m. 

 


Questions?
Parks & Recreation Department
recreation@rivertonutah.gov
801-208-3101

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