A "Freedom Walk" in downtown Bowling Green on Sept. 8 helps remember the tragic events of 9/11.
Many organizations in the Bowling Green area came together to support the Rotary Club's Freedom Walk.
Events like this have been held in states nationwide since the attacks but this was Bowling Green's first and those with loved one's in the military say it was important.
"I think people need to support of country in this time of conflict and war to show the support for the men and women that have given their time and their lives overseas," explained Debbie Robinson, a mother of two soldiers who are stationed overseas.
Nearly 80 people made the one-point-one mile walk up College St. in honor of our freedom and troops overseas and those that lost their lives on 9/11.
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