PHOTOS: GOHS students display 2,977 American flags in honor of 9/11 victims

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Puppy dog Blue takes a walk with his owner near a display of 2,977 American flags on display at the Temecula Duck Pond in honor of all the innocent lives lost during the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. The display of flags is organized by student members of the Great Oak High School Young Americans Foundation club. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
Visitors at the Temecula Duck Pond view a display of American flags on display honoring each innocent life lost during the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
The display of American flags honoring the innocent lives lost during 9/11 terrorist attacks organized by Great Oak High School Young Americans Foundation members is open for public viewing now through Sept. 11. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
The American flags are on display on a sloping hill at the open grass field at the Temecula Duck Pond. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
Visitors at the Temecula Duck Pond view a display of American flags on display honoring each innocent life lost during the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
American flags at the Temecula Duck Pond honoring the innocent lives lost during 9/11 on display on Sept. 10, the eve of the 19 year anniversary of the historic terrorist attack. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo