How to remember and honor the victims of the 9/11 attacks

With the passing of Memorial Day, families are looking to honor the heroes who died in the attacks.

This week, we asked our friends at CBS News to help us celebrate the lives of those who died on 9/1, and we’ll do it with a video from the memorial hall.

CBS News: It’s Memorial Day weekend, and people across the country are getting ready for their Memorial Day festivities.

But if you live in a small town, you might not have time to visit the Memorial in the ground, as is the case in many places.

The Memorial in Ground is an exhibit in the Hall of Heroes.

“I think it’s the right time to do that, especially if you’re a little bit old for Memorial Day,” said Jennifer Storch, a mother of two who lives in North Carolina.

Storck and her husband, Scott, have been going to the Memorial every year for the past five years.

The couple decided to start the memorial after the Storcks learned about the tragedy of 9/2 and what to do in case of another attack.

Storch and her family have been doing the honors for their fellow North Carolinians for the last five years, but they decided to keep the Hall at the school for Memorial Weekend.

Scott and Jennifer Storrch said they have visited the memorial about three times a year since their children were born.

They said they never felt uncomfortable about it and the hall has always been a place where families can come and visit.

When the Storrcks moved into their home a few years ago, they said they found the Hall an amazing place to visit.

They have no plans to change the decor, which is an elaborate mix of stained glass and paintings.

There are memorial services and other activities for families, as well.

But the Storks said they would like to bring the Hall back.

It’s a time for everyone to be thankful for what they have.

The family said they are proud to have the Hall in their home and they would be grateful for a few minutes of privacy for Memorial Week.

Read more: 9/9 Remembrance Day and what you need to know about 9/8 memorial events