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Newsfront - August 24, 2007

9/11 Remembrance being held in San Ramon

The Exchange Club of the San Ramon Valley and the city of San Ramon will have a 9/11 Remembrance Service on Tuesday, Sept. 11, at San Ramon Memorial Park, which is on Bollinger Canyon Road at San Ramon Valley Boulevard.

The event will begin at 5 p.m. and conclude at 5:45. It will be emceed by Mark Curtis of KTVU-2 and will feature San Ramon Mayor Abram Wilson, other prominent guest speakers and hundreds of Scouts with an array of American Flags.

Wilson will receive the Freedom Team Salute for service in the U.S. Army to promote the Army program, which recognizes the service of veterans, their families and their employees. Also at the service, cash prizes will be given for an essay contest entitled "How 9/11 Changed America" for students and Boy and Girl Scouts.

For more information, e-mail Exchange Club of the San Ramon Valley President Karen Stepper at coachstepper@yahoo.com or call 275-2412.

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