Annual Pearl Harbor remembrance held in Pittsfield
The city of Pittsfield held their annual Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day ceremony on Wednesday morning.
More than 2,400 people were killed during Pearl Harbor, including two men who lived in Pittsfield.
Veterans and their families, along with city leaders, were there.
After the opening remarks, everyone said the Pledge of Allegiance. Then someone read aloud the address President Franklin Roosevelt gave the nation after he learned of the attack.
Dec. 7 marked the 81st anniversary of the attack.
Learn about why people at the ceremony say it’s so important to keep the ceremony going all these years later by watching the video of Jonathan Hunter’s story.