Community Spotlight: Where were you on 9/11/01?

Dear Members,

Welcome to our community spotlight feature*.  This week we chose bandgeek1985’s topic “Do you remember where you were on 9/11?” It is a great topic to share your experience and bond with other community members.

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Reminiscing with others is one way to help us to get through tough times. We were all affected by the 9/11 tragedies and it is important to remember those who were lost, and what happened that day.

Although this significant day was yesterday, it is still a great topic to talk about. Feel free to share your 9/11 experience on bandgeek1985’s topic here.

See you soon,

The Toluna Team

 

TO ENTER THIS WEEKLY CONTEST: *As a reminder, each week, the Toluna team searches the site for the weeks most popular or intriguing member content, and will share that information with the community, right here on our blog.  The “Featured User” we select will get a special 5,000 point bonus applied to their account for providing us with our weekly spotlight.

To be considered for next week’s community spotlight, post a link or title to your poll, opinion, thumb it or battle on the TolunaTeam topic here.  If selected, we will contact you via email, and will post a message on your Wall so all of your followers and friends will know that you are a Featured Toluna User.

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2 responses to “Community Spotlight: Where were you on 9/11/01?”

  1. Hazel Winter says :

    at work finishing the night shift

  2. Jacqueline Bouck says :

    I had just started a new job and was in training. It was my first day of work.There were TVs on at work all the time for CNN. We made it to the tv just in time to see the next plane hit tower 2. They sent us home and I spent the rest of the day watching CNN and trying to reach family members that live in New York City. I have an uncle that was suppose to be on one of the plane but he was sick. thank God for that! I will never forget that or stop praying for the families.

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