Mayor Huttle Announces Englewood September 11th Commemoration Ceremony
MAYOR HUTTLE ANNOUNCES ENGLEWOOD SEPTEMBER 11th COMMEMORATION CEREMONY
Mayor Announces Annual Remembrance to take place at 5:30PM, Tuesday, September 11th at the Veterans Memorial Park
ENGLEWOOD, NJ – In commemoration of the of the 11th anniversary of the terrorists attacks of September 11, 2001, Mayor Frank Huttle today announced that a memorial service will be held on the 11th at 5.30PM. The memorial service will be held at Veterans Memorial Park, located at Demarest and North Dean Streets in Englewood, NJ. In the event of inclement weather, the event will be moved to BergenPAC at 30 North Van Brunt Street.
“As the tragic events of September 11th that shaped this City and our Nation become more distant in time, it is all the more important that we pause to remember those brave individuals whose lives were cut short and ensure that their memories live on in our hearts and minds,” the Mayor remarked.
In what has become a tradition in Englewood, the program will honor the memories of the Englewood residents who lost their lives in the September 11th attacks as well as the emergency service personnel who responded. City Council Members, members of the Fire, Police and Ambulance Corps, local clergy, Englewood residents and members of the victims’ families will come together to present the September 11th memorial tribute.
The Mayor will also update the community on the construction of the permanent monument to be located at that site using steel donated from the World Trade Center in honor of those who lost their lives that day.
WHO: Mayor Frank Huttle III, Members of the City Council, First Responders, Clergy, Families of 9/11 victims
WHAT: Englewood 9/11 Commemoration Ceremony
WHERE: Veterans Memorial Park, Demarest St. and North Dean St. (in case of rain, BergenPAC, 30 North Van Brunt Street)
WHEN: Tuesday, September 11, 2012 at 5.30 PM