A remembrance ceremony featured a dedication of the American flag and flagpole to the Salvation Army from Woodsmen of the World.
This was the second year the Salvation Army has held a remembrance program to honor the victims of 9/11.
A bell was rung by members of the Pecan Valley Kiwanians as a tribute to all four attacks against our country 11 years ago today.
"The moment the bell rang, did it not do something to your heart? And the fourth one, with the four tones, it was unbelievable," said Brownwood Salvation Army Director Donna Harris.
Members of the Brownwood Fire Department, Sheriff's Office, and Police Department all spoke at the ceremony, honoring and remembering the victims of 9/11.
Guadalupe Galvan sang "God Bless America" and the National Anthem, as the 9/11 flag was retired, and a new flag was raised by first responders from Brownwood.
Mike Cummings, member of the U.S. Army, has only lived in Brownwood for four years, and admired the community coming together to remember 9/11.
"I like these kinds of gatherings, where you're just doing a small dedication, and everybody kind of knows everybody else; it's a more personal type affair," said Cummings.
The program was sponsored by the Brownwood Salvation Army and Woodsmen of the World Life Insurance Society, Lodge #45.