Parker's Corn Maze in Hannibal, Missouri has created an absolutely beautiful tribute to the 20th anniversary of terrorist attacks on 9/11.

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September 11th, 2001 is a day that needs to be honored and remembered for the rest of time, the United States was attacked and thousands of innocent American lives were lost. It is hard to think that it has already been 20 years since the attacks on 9/11, but here we are two decades later still honoring the lives lost on that day. And a local Hannibal, MO corn maze is taking this 20th anniversary to make sure we all remember.

Parker's Corn Maze in Hannibal has announced their design for their upcoming fall corn maze, and it is a beautiful memorial to remember 9/11, they made the announcement on their Facebook page (to see the announcement CLICK HERE).

Parker's Corn Maze has said on their Facebook page that they will be opening up for the season on Saturday, September 11th, and they will be open Saturday's and Sundays from 10am to 6pm all the way through Sunday, November 7th. The cost is only $9 with a discount being offered for military, police, fire fighters, emergency and medical staff, you just have to show them your badge to get the discount. They will also be offering NIGHT mazes on Saturdays only in October.

I want to personally thank Parker's Corn Maze for using this years maze to honor the men and women who lost their lives 20 years ago during the 9/11 terrorist attacks. It is so important that we continue to educate future generations on what took place on that day, and for the ones, like myself, who lived through it to never forget.

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