The sixth annual Cry Out America will be taking place in the next couple of weeks.
The event will be held at American Pride on Sunday, September 13 from 1:45 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.. Muskingum County Coordinator for Cry Out America, Amy Moore told us it is similar to a National Day of Prayer. She told us more about the event.
"One of the pieces that we do is we always honor first responders and so there'll be a piece at the beginning of that." Moore Said, "Every law...
A yearly event honoring area first responders will be back in Zanesville this September.
Cry Out America will return to American Pride in September. Coordinator, Amy Moore, said the open space at the business gives the hundreds of people who attend the event room to spread out. As a whole, the event allows people to celebrate with first responders.
"We've heard so much negative news today about police officers and all that," Moore said. "I believe, in...
The Zanesville Community joined the rest of the Country in remembering the 13th Anniversary of the 9-11 terrorist attacks.
Area first responders were honored during a luncheon Thuesday at Park Central on Adams Lane. It was hosted by AmeriCorps and the Muskingum County Community Foundation. Burgers, hot dogs, wings and other food was served to our local heroes in appreciation for their work. Ashley Larimer says events like this help us to remember our local service men and women.
There are many holidays honoring our nation's veterans, but the Awakening Alliance took time Sunday afternoon to celebrate and appreciate area veterans and first responders.
Cry Out America came to Zanesville for the fifth year Sunday. This time it was at American Pride on McIntire Avenue. Around 200 people attended the event to support veterans and first responders from around the area. We spoke with the Muskingum County Coordinator Amy Moore about the event.
One month from Monday will mark the 13 year anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks on this nation, and folks with Cry Out America are working to honor our first responders to show we haven't forgotten.
The group is hosting its 5th annual Patriot Day on Sunday, September 7th. Unlike previous years when the event has been held at the courthouse, this year's gathering will take place at American Pride on McIntire Avenue. Coordinator Amy Moore said the location isn't the only change...
As the 11th Anniversary of September 11th nears there's a way for you to remember that day.
The organization "Cry out America" is hosting a service September 9, that will bring together different pastors, speakers, musicians and emergency personnel.
"The main purpose of getting together is to remember 9/11 and that we face that horrible crisis," said Muskingum County Event Coordinator Amy Moore. "It's kind of a prayer gathering for the nation and also...