Riley Gates, 9, finishes placing flags at the top of a fence with her classmates while Ansleigh Pingree, 9, at right, watches Tuesday morning outside of Beaufort Academy on Lady's Island. Students at the school placed 3000 flags on campus to commemorate the people who lost their lives during the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
Riley Gates, 9, finishes placing flags at the top of a fence with her classmates while Ansleigh Pingree, 9, at right, watches Tuesday morning outside of Beaufort Academy on Lady's Island. Students at the school placed 3000 flags on campus to commemorate the people who lost their lives during the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Sarah Welliver
Riley Gates, 9, finishes placing flags at the top of a fence with her classmates while Ansleigh Pingree, 9, at right, watches Tuesday morning outside of Beaufort Academy on Lady's Island. Students at the school placed 3000 flags on campus to commemorate the people who lost their lives during the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Sarah Welliver

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