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Remembering again, Ridgefielders shared prayers, listened to voices raised in harmony, heard thoughtful words and laid flowers before the town’s 9/11 memorial — that twisted beam of rusted steel from the World Trade Center that rises like a 15-foot spike into the sky over a field off Route 35.
“Eighteen years, a generation has come — we are in a place where remembering is something different,” said the Rev. Bill Pfohl, of Jesse Lee Methodist Church. “... There is a significant difference between ‘never forgetting’ and remembering.”