Vice President Dick Cheney and former President Bill Clinton will speak today at a ceremony marking the tenth anniversary of the Oklahoma City bombing.
Yellow ribbons will be placed on chairs erected as part of a memorial at the bombing site. Those chairs honor the 168 people killed at the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in the worst act of domestic terrorism in American history.
Today's ceremony will also honor hundreds of survivors and rescue workers from all over the country.
The chairman of the memorial's board of trustees says one of the most moving moments of the ceremony will be when four young survivors read the memorial's mission statement together.
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