Park and Ride Services Available For 9-11 Tribute - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

9/9/03

Park and Ride Services Available For 9-11 Tribute

In the coming days, Lubbock will unveil the largest 9-11 tribute in the state of Texas. American State Bank wants you to be there.

The two-day event gets started on Wednesday night with a candle-light vigil at 8:15. That's when 3,000+ flags will be raised in Kastman Park. It continues the next morning with a ceremony at 8 o'clock. There will be free park-and-ride transportation to the events, starting at 6:15 on Wednesday night and 6 Thursday morning.

Park and Walk Locations: American State Branch, KK's Craft Mall, Melonie Park Church.

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