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    Lisa Dyke of Saco, a member of the motorcycle group Rolling Thunder, visits the monument after the unveiling.

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    Two granite towers holding a piece of steel from the World Trade Center glow in a monument at the Cumberland County Sheriff's Office on Monday.

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    Cumberland County Sheriff's Lieutenant Don Foss holds the flag during a ceremony Monday with Detective Brian Ackerman and Sergeant Paul Thorpe, left, before the unveiling of a 9-11 memorial that includes a piece of steel from the World Trade Center.

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    Eric Colby of Limington rests his hand on the piece of steel after the unveiling. Colby said he was a first responder in New York City on 9-11 with the U.S. Coast Guard. He said he watched the planes hit the towers before taking the order to secure the harbor and then transported injured people to triage centers. "I think about 9-11 every day," he said.

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    The Cumberland County Sheriff's Office on Monday unveiled its new 9-11 memorial.

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    Doug Kerr, a volunteer firefighter from Raymond, lays a hand on the monument Monday in Portland.

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    Salina Mallory, center, and Rebecca Tanous hold stones while participating in an event honoring deceased veterans from Maine. Mallory holds a stone honoring U.S. Army Sgt. Corey Dan, of Norway, who died in Iraq in 2006 after coming under small arms fire. Tanous holds a stone honoring Petty Officer 2nd Class Benjamin Demers, of Auburn, who served in the U.S. Navy. The hike was organized by The Summit Project and USM Veterans' Services. At left is Camden Ege, assistant coordinator of USM Veterans' Services.

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    At a veterans memorial in Westbrook's Riverbank Park on Monday, people participate in an event honoring deceased veterans from Maine.

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    People participating in a 9.4-mile hike from the University of Maine Portland campus to its Gorham campus walk along Main Street in Westbrook on Monday. Participants were honoring service members who have died since the 9/11 attacks.

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    Salina Mallory, left and Rebecca Tanous participate in an event honoring deceased veterans from Maine. To honor veterans on the 16th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, over 30 people took part in a 9.4-mile hike from the Portland campus of the University of Southern Maine to its Gorham campus. Tanous holds a stone honoring Petty Officer 2nd Class Benjamin Demers, of Auburn, who served in the U.S. Navy.

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    At a veterans memorial in Westbrook on Monday, Cheryl Laz holds a stone honoring U.S. Army Sgt. Joel House, of Lee, who was killed in Taji, Iraq, when an improvised explosive device detonated near his vehicle. The stone, chosen by House's family, is from his favorite swimming hole near the family's camp in Lee.

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