YCT’s 9/11 Remembrance Project Displays

October 6, 2020
On September 11, 2001, the United States of America was attacked and 2,977 lives were lost. Americans all across the United States promised never to forget. Since 2002, YCT has been keeping that promise. This year, 16 YCT chapters across the state from Lubbock to Beaumont each participated in planting 2,977 American flags in displays to remember those who tragically lost their lives that day and in the days that followed.  

This year marks the first year that college freshman were born after the 9/11 attack. Every year, it seems as though the memory of that tragedy fades away a little more, but here at YCT we always take time each year to reflect on the day that permanently changed our lives. 

YCT at Trinity University – San Antonio, TX

YCT at the University of North Texas – Denton, TX
YCT at the University of Texas Austin – Austin, TX
YCT at Texas A&M Commerce – Commerce, TX
YCT at the University of Texas Arlington – Arlington, TX

YCT at Lamar University – Beaumont, TX
YCT at Baylor University – Waco, TX
YCT at Texas State University – San Marcos, TX

YCT at Sam Houston State University – Huntsville, TX
YCT at Texas Tech University – Lubbock, TX
YCT at University of Mary Hardin-Baylor – Belton, TX
YCT at Austin College – Sherman, TX
YCT at Texas A&M – College Station, TX
YCT at West Texas A&M University – Canyon, TX
YCT at Stephen F. Austin State University – Nacagdoches, TX