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12/29/03

See 'An American Tribute' Again

Time is running out to see the patriotic photo display "An American Tribute."

Kastman Park in Lubbock turned into a healing field as thousands paid tribute to the victims of September 11th with American flags in their honor.

Now, American State Bank is displaying photographs from that event. This week, you can see the exhibit at the ASB branch at 4th and Vicksburg an next week, the display moves to the main branch at 14th and Avenue Q.

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