The town honors those who were lost and those who served.
Windermere residents and town leaders paid tribute to the lives lost and impacted by the 9/11 attacks on Saturday, Sept. 11.
Despite several open chairs, most attendees stood and listened as guest speakers and singers took to the podium to pay tribute to the 3,000 lives lost, the survivors and the first responders. A wreath and flowers were laid at the the town’s Sept. 11 memorial, dedicated in February 2010 and created by Jeff Cox for his Eagle Scout project.
Guests included: the Lamplighter Academy Advanced Singing Group, Windermere Police Department Chaplain Wes Beacham, Marshall Webb and Pastors Mark Goff and Ray Lloyd of Family Church, and Retired Naval Commander Rick Bohner.