Brazil remembers Sept. 11, 2001
The front window of Brazil's Goodwill store. A display consisting of merchandise, military uniforms, along with a poem and drawing created by the daughter and son of employee Geanne Pilkin. Her daughter, Cari Joab, wrote the poem, while her son, James Culbertson, drew the picture. The display, which will be left up for "about a week," according to employee Collista Porter, took half a day to set up. "It was a lot of work," she said, "but we really wanted to do something in rememberance of 9-11."