Featuring games and fun for the whole family, Foxboro once again came together to remember Michael McGinty for the annual McGinty Family Fun Day at the center of town.
Michael, who was a Foxboro resident, was killed killed in the attacks at the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001 at the age of 42.
Cindy McGinty, who was Michael's husband, started the event in 2004 along with several friends who supported her after Michael's death.
"Mike was a real family guy so we came up with a family fun day where families could come together for an afternoon of fun that didn't cost a lot of money," Cindy said. "It's nice to give back to the community but it's also nice to see families out having fun in Mike's name. I think he would like that a lot. If there was an event like this we would be here as a family."
Events featured included a bounce house, crafts along with a special table from the Home Depot, games, and live music. Prizes for the raffle were donated from the Patriots, Red Sox, CVS, and several local establishments.
Everyone who helped organize the event and took part in day were volunteers. All proceeds from the event will go to the McGinty scholarships which will go to one boy and one girl who are in high school and are from Foxboro.