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Kids ages 2 to 10 race in a (Credit: Ursula Moore)

Kids ages 2 to 10 race in a fun run at the Run to Remember event at Sachem High School East in Farmingville. (Sept. 15, 2013)

Run to Remember 5k

The Sachem community unveiled a 9/11 memorial in front of Sachem High School East in Farmingville, which kicked off its annual Run to Remember 5k Run. This year's event also included a Mud and Guts 2-mile run with obstacles. The event is geared toward uniting the community in honor of those lost on 9/11.

The Sachem community commemorated the12th anniversary of the
(Credit: Ursula Moore)

The Sachem community commemorated the12th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks with a ribbon-cutting ceremony for its 9/11 Memorial at Sachem High School East in Farmingville. (Sept. 15, 2013)

Sachem High School East senior Conor Nee, 17,
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Sachem High School East senior Conor Nee, 17, of Holbrook, stands in front of the 9/11 Memorial unveiled at his school. His family helped the school secure a steel beam from the World Trade Center that will eventually be installed. (Sept. 15, 2013)

Sachem High School East Principal Louis Antonetti watches
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Sachem High School East Principal Louis Antonetti watches as science teacher John Crisci and Sachem alumnus Cody Higgins cut the ribbon at the school's 9/11 Memorial. (Sept. 15, 2013)

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Sachem High School East teachers Meredith Babst and
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Sachem High School East teachers Meredith Babst and Jaimie Sison, who coordinated the Run to Remember, said they organized the event to help unite the Sachem community, which lost many loved ones in the terror attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. (Sept. 15, 2013)

About 150 runners participated in the Run to
(Credit: Ursula Moore)

About 150 runners participated in the Run to Remember 5K Run at Sachem High School East in Farmingville. (Sept. 15, 2013)

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"Mud and Guts" run participants splash through mud during the race at the Run to Remember event at Sachem High School East in Farmingville. (Sept. 15, 2013)

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"Mud and Guts" participants race through the tire-roll obstacle at the Run to Remember event at Sachem High School East in Farmingville. (Sept. 15, 2013)

Participants race through hurdles during
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Participants race through hurdles during "Mud and Guts" Run at the Run to Remember event held at Sachem High School East in Farmingville. (Sept. 15, 2013)

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Participants in the
(Credit: Ursula Moore)

Participants in the "Mud and Guts" Run crawl under a fence during at the Sachem High School East Run to Remember event in Farmingville. (Sept. 15, 2013)

Kids ages 2 to 10 race in a
(Credit: Ursula Moore)

Kids ages 2 to 10 race in a fun run at the Run to Remember event at Sachem High School East in Farmingville. (Sept. 15, 2013)

Sachem High School East English teacher Jaimie Sison,
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Sachem High School East English teacher Jaimie Sison, a Run to Remember co-coordinator, proudly wears a shirt dedicated to George Cain, a Long Island native who died in the terror attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. (Sept. 15, 2013)

Nancy Nee stands in front of Sachem High
(Credit: Ursula Moore)

Nancy Nee stands in front of Sachem High School East at the 9/11 memorial ceremony. Her brother George Cain, a New York City firefighter, died in the terror attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. The Nee family helped the school secure a steel beam from the World Trade Center that will eventually be installed at its memorial. (Sept. 15, 2013)

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