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Remembering 9-11 at Fremont Elementary

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Photos courtesy of Olympia Janet-Turchin honoring the country »Fremont Elementary Principal Cynthia Livingston spoke to her students during Patriot Day.

Photos courtesy of Olympia Janet-Turchin honoring the country »Fremont Elementary Principal Cynthia Livingston spoke to her students during Patriot Day.

Fremont Elementary School celebrated its traditional Patriot Day on 9-11 with Glendale fire fighters and police.  The streets were blocked off and a celebration mixed with deep remembrance that honors the country and especially those victims of 9-11.

standing with heroes »Glendale firefighters and police joined elementary school students, including Boy Scouts, at Fremont Elementary School.

standing with heroes »Glendale firefighters and police joined elementary school students, including Boy Scouts, at Fremont Elementary School.

“It was pretty emotional,” said Olympia Janet-Turchin, historian for Fremont.

She added the event was made even more special this year with the number of fire fighters in attendance and how the children reacted to them.

“There were quite a few trucks that came rolling down the street.  And then the firefighters stayed after the [ceremony] and hung out with the kids,” she said.

Waving the flag »Fremont Elementary School students were in their red, white and blue best during their school’s Patriot Day celebration.

Waving the flag »Fremont Elementary School students were in their red, white and blue best during their school’s Patriot Day celebration.

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