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Lodi ceremony remembers 9/11, looks toward future

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Herb Horstmann, St. Paul's Lutheran Church

Jim Stickney, St. John's Episcopal Church

Bal Bahadur Singh Paul, Lodi Sikh Temple

Taj Khan

Capt. Martin Ross, Lodi Salvation Army

Elder Gavin Strawn, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

Taj Khan, San Joaquin Delta College Board of Trustees

“The $15 million we are committing is a start. Everyone is aware we are going to have to find more resources to address the other issues we have. This says we’re serious about (a north county campus).”

Posted: Wednesday, September 12, 2012 12:00 am

With their heads bowed, 70 people listened to the wail of police sirens fade in and out, the noise slicing through the silence. The sirens represented all of the firefighters, police officers and volunteers who drove toward the World Trade Center when the towers collapsed on Sept. 11, 2001.

The Patriot Day Commemoration had several similarly poignant moments as Lodi residents spent two hours Tuesday afternoon at American Legion Post 22 remembering the day that everyone said changed the world forever.

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