Today, in Carroll, there are two major 9/11 remembrances. The 9/11 Memorial Day of Service and Remembrance will again be held at the Carroll County Public Safety Training Center, at 8:30 a.m. It is expected to include a presentation of the colors, a prayer, a moment of silence, speakers, and a performance of “Amazing Grace” on the bagpipes. The center is, of course, home to a permanent memorial, dedicated in 2017, displaying a steel I-beam from the Twin Towers. Pine Grove Chapel and Cemetery, in Mount Airy, will host a 9/11 ceremony from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m., that is expected to pay tribute to Mount Airy residents CW4 William Ruth, of the Army Reserve, and Lt. Comm. Ronald Vauk, of the U.S. Naval Reserve, both of whom were killed in the attack on the Pentagon. Lance Cpl. Robert W. Deane Detachment No. 770 Marine Corps League will lay wreaths for Vauk and Ruth, Mayor Patrick Rockinberg will speak, Scouts will carry the flag, and the Marine Corps will perform a volley.