Beaufort Academy remembers the lost lives of 9/11

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On Friday, September 11, Beaufort Academy students commemorated September 11, 2001 by placing 3,000 flags on the Beaufort Academy campus and along Sams Point Road in memory of the more than 3,000 people who lost their lives that day during the terrorist attacks. Beaufort Academy was honored to have as the guest speaker, Colonel Cooper, father of Mary Alden and Beau. He spoke to the students about how 9/11 has affected our country. Beaufort Academy sends a giant “thank you” to Colonel Cooper for his 23 years of military service, and special thank you for all who serve our country.

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