The 20th anniversary of Sept. 11 is a time of reflection. Join like-minded patriots in a road rally Saturday, Sept. 11, to honor those who have served and those who have given the ultimate price for America’s freedom, liberty and unity.

Vehicles will gather at Mt. Ararat High School in Topsham from 11:30 a.m. to noon for the Liberty, Freedom and Unity Road Rally. They will travel to Togus VA Hospital to meet up with a northern contingent traveling from Brewer and through the towns of Liberty, Freedom and Unity.

The patriotic road rally, coordinated by the Swinging Gate organization, has the northern route starting on Liberty Drive in Brewer at 8 a.m. where cars, trucks, motorcycles will gather and decorate their vehicles with flags and signage.

At 9 a.m., the motorcade will then travel to the Maine towns of Liberty (10:45 a.m.), Freedom (11:15 a.m.) and Unity (11:45 a.m.), with a brief stop at each site to hear an inspirational speaker on the topics of liberty, freedom and unity.

The road rally continues to Augusta for a solemn drive-through flag wave at Togas VA Hospital (1 p.m.) to honor our veterans and culminates on the steps of the Maine State House where a bevy of national, state and local speakers (2-4 p.m.) will conclude a day of appreciation and celebration of the best country the world has ever seen.

Participants are invited to any or all of the sites and to share their thoughts on our freedoms, our liberty and show that we are united.

For more information or to RSVP, text the Hon. Dick Campbell at 207-745-7748.

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