From Rome to Savannah to Columbus and Augusta, Georgians have the events and victims of 9/11 on their mind.
As early as Saturday, September 8th, cities, counties and civic groups gathered at 9/11 memorial events across the state.
Saturday's 5k runs in the city of Winder and the Atlanta neighborhood of Candler Park allowed Georgians to use the weekend to spend time with their families and community in remembrance.
On Monday, Georgia Tech students filled a campus lawn with a 3,000-flag tribute.
Tuesday morning, ceremonies took place in Rome. And the city of Newnan and Coweta county partnered to hold one of their own.
Statewide memorials continue. GPB has linked a few below. Are we missing any? How are you remembering 9/11? Join the conversation by adding your thoughts to the GPB Facebook page or on twitter at @GPBNews.
- Lieutenant Governor Casey Cagle will honor law enforcement and first responder in Hamilton Tuesday and a visit to Callaway Gardens today is free 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. says WRBL.
- An Etowah High school memorial and other Cherokee events listed by the Cherokee Tribune.
- A Community center blood drive in Alpharetta.
- A blood Drive in Dalton.