Charleston Town Center: Center Court at noon — remembrance ceremony beneath 30-by-20-foot U.S. flag. Speakers include: Charleston Mayor Jay Goldman, Police Chief Jerry Pauley and Acting Fire Chief Gary Taylor. Miniflags and flag pins will be distributed, along with commemorative wristbands.
West Virginia University: Morgantown (downtown campus) at 8:45 a.m. — chiming of bells at Woodburn Hall, memorial wall, tree planting. Mountainlair at 9:15 a.m. — panel discussion: "One Year Later: Controlling International Terrorism." Woodburn Circle at 7:30 p.m. — candlelight vigil, bell ringing from bell of USS West Virginia, speeches, WVU Choir.
Montgomery/West Virginia University Tech: City Hall at 8 a.m. — memorial service; sirens sounding at 8:45 a.m., then church bells will toll. University and town officials to speak. Reception follows.
Marshall University: Ashland Commons at 9 a.m. — All classes canceled for one hour for Sept. 11 anniversary observance. Student Government Association will conduct a ceremony titled, "9/11: Student Reflections, One Year Later." Music by Marshall Chamber Choir. Public is invited.
Davis & Elkins College: Chapel service at noon; candlelight vigil at 9 p.m. Booth Library at 7 p.m. — first in a seven-week series of multidisciplinary public forums exploring the war on terrorism. Students and the public are invited.
South Charleston: Corner of Sixth Avenue and D Street at noon — remembrance service, bell ringing, music by South Charleston High School band and choir. Mayor Richie Robb and Pastor Charles Hamby will speak.
South Charleston Museum: 312 Fourth Ave. from 1 to 5 p.m. — HBO documentary film "In Memoriam: New York City, 9/11/01" will be continually screened. A book of remembrance and freedom will be available for all to sign.
Boone County: Courthouse at noon — memorial service. Local law enforcement, members of VFW Post 5578 and Madison Middle School students will participate. Secretary of State Joe Manchin will speak.
Yeager Airport: Top of the parking deck at 6:45 a.m. — flag-raising ceremony. Flag will be raised then lowered to half-staff at 6:55 a.m., sunrise. Air National Guard, firefighters and local EMS will serve as color guards.
Woodmen of the World, Lodge 254: South Charleston State Police detachment at 4 p.m. — dedication ceremonies to present flagpoles, U.S. flags and commemorative plaques. South Charleston officials, Boy Scout Troop 64, Emmanuel Baptist Church members and area military personnel will attend.
Clendenin Branch Library: Noon until 6 p.m. — all ages invited to stop in to make thank-you cards for local emergency responders.
Fayette County: Courthouse steps at 11 a.m. — memorial service for those who died in Sept. 11 attacks. Fayette Circuit Judge John Hatcher to speak, patriotic selections by the Fayetteville High School band. Military personnel and emergency responders will attend.
Gauley Bridge: At the triangle at 8:30 a.m. — Sept. 11 Remembrance Service. Flag lowering, national anthem, bell ringing. Military and emergency responders invited to take part.
Weirton: Weirton Steel's general office, Three Springs Drive, at noon — memorial service. Local security, fire and emergency medical services personnel will attend.
Nicholas County: Courthouse steps at noon — memorial service with towns of Summersville and Richwood. Nicholas County and Richwood high school bands will play; prayers from local pastors; speakers include Nicholas Circuit Judge Gary Johnson and Roger Beverage, command sergeant major of the state Army National Guard.
Greenbrier Community College Center: Front lawn at 9 a.m. — flag-raising and wreath-laying ceremonies. Lewisburg Mayor DeEtta Hunter and others to speak.
U.S. District Court: Federal courthouses at the following times and locations — Charleston, 12:30 p.m.; Beckley, 11:30 a.m.; Bluefield, noon; Huntington, 1 p.m. Patriots Day observances. Music by local college and high school bands and choruses.
Jarrett Terrace: Residents of the public high-rise building on Charleston's West Side will hold a service at 1 p.m.
Roane County: Courthouse at 11 a.m. — memorial service. Local elected officials, American Legion Post 21 members, Roane County High School choir will attend. Sen. Oshel Craigo, D-Putnam, will speak.