Our town held a 9/11 Memorial/ Firehouse 46 dedication
These are friends Stan and I have known for close to 30 years. I just happened upon them in the crowd.
The ceremony began with the Snohomish County Firefighters Bagpipers. To say they were amazing would be an understatement.
The Missing man flyover. If you look to the left of the picture, you can see the plane that left formation. Just above the the ladder of the firetruck.
Other good friends I found in the crowd.
The unveiling of The Artifact. We are so privileged to have been a recipient of this. Our town feels very honored.
This is another shot of the crowd. It was amazing in a town as small as ours that there were so many people there.
Our Mayor cutting the ribbon to the newly remodeled
firehouse. See the ax in her hands?
Flag hanging over the street.
The merchants in our town have been working for the past few years to spruce things up. This is a new clock. It was suppose to have been dedicated a week earlier, but we lost one of our City Council members and his funeral was the day of the dedication so it has been postponed.
Arlington used to be a Dairy town. We have lost all of our dairy farms in recent years. I think we have one left, so I should say almost all of them. This is a time capsule in the shape of a milk can. I think it was sealed in 2003. Guess I will not be around when it is reopened.