Students place flags in field for 9/11 victims

Posted 9/13/17

A group of Highlands Ranch High School students spent Sept. 10 placing thousands of small American flags in a field near University Boulevard and Cresthill Lane in preparation of the following day, Sept. 11. They lined 2,977 flags on the lawn to …

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Students place flags in field for 9/11 victims

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A group of Highlands Ranch High School students spent Sept. 10 placing thousands of small American flags in a field near University Boulevard and Cresthill Lane in preparation of the following day, Sept. 11. They lined 2,977 flags on the lawn to represent each victim of the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks.

The students were members of the school’s Young Americans for Freedom chapter, a project of Young America’s Foundation that brings together students who advocate for conservatism, according to the foundation’s website.

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