Memorial services were held across the Greater Danbury area yesterday to mark the 17th anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks. At the state's ceremony by Connecticut's official monument to the victims, the Bethel High School Junior ROTC presented the colors. Governor Malloy said the anniversary is a day to ``renew our commitment to the freedoms, strength, and moral integrity that make our country great.'' The names of the 161 victims with ties to Connecticut were read aloud. The state's official memorial to the victims is located on a peninsula at Sherwood Island State Park in Westport, a staging area for Connecticut’s relief efforts to New York City.