EUGENE, Ore. - Honoring victims of 9/11, members of "One Voice Community Chorus" sang a series of patriotic songs at the Eugene Masonic Cemetery.
Dozens of women sang for a crowd inside the hall at the cemetery.
Each singer wore a locket around their neck, to honor women who lost their lives during 9/11.
"Each locket contains the name of someone who died on 9/11," said musical director Katie Kileen. "To make sure that we remembered why we're doing this, it's to honor those who lost their lives that day."
The group sang six songs in total.
Later in the day, the chorus sang at a 9/11 event at Valley River Center.