Assumption students remember 9-11 with paper quilt

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The 9-11 paper quilt hangs in the hallway at Assumption Regional Catholic School.

In remembrance of Sept. 11, 2001, students from Assumption Regional Catholic School's third and fourth grades made a remembrance quilt out of paper squares Monday, Sept. 10. 

More than 80 squares were tied together and put on display in a classroom hallway. 

Each student created a square with a picture or saying that has significant meaning to them relating to 9-11.

Fourth grade student Brendan Marczyk of Absecon holds up his square.

Frank Sargente of Galloway and Natalie Price of Northfield work on squares. Both are in fourth grade.

Fourth-grader Kathleen Walls of Galloway holds up her depiction of the Twin Towers.

Mallaury Clermont of Galloway and Peter Marczyk of Absecon work on squares.

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