:For a country so large and diverse as the United States of America, there are still moments that bring us together, burn into our memories and forever change who we are as a nation.
Unfortunately, those moments usually occur in times of great tragedy.
We will soon mark the 50th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy's assassination. If you're of a certain age, you probably remember exactly when and where you heard the news.
Maybe you were sitting in an elementary school classroom, or maybe you were home sick. You might have been running errands, or perhaps it was the first day of your first job.
You probably can remember what the room looked like and who you were with.
We'd love to hear that story.
The Daily Mail is collecting West Virginians' remembrances of the Kennedy Assassination for our Nov. 22 edition. There also will be a special online component to go along with the story.
You also can call 304-348-7939, or send a letter to Zack Harold, Charleston Daily Mail, 1001 Virginia St. E., Charleston, WV 25301.Write as long or as short as you'd like, but be sure to include your contact information in case we need to reach you.