2020 9/11 Tribute in Light

Lebby

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Despite all the terrible events which have unfolded this year, it's good to see that somethings remain the same. We never forget. Huge thank you to the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation for helping keep the promise this year.
 

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manhattan

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Congratulations to the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation for getting this done. Many thanks for posting this, Lebby.

And the Fr. Mychal Judge 9/11 Walk of Remembrance shall continue as well on Sunday, 6 September beginning at 0800 at St. Francis of Assisi Church, opposite Engine 1/lLadder 24 on West 31st Street between Sixth and Seventh Avenues which shall be the first stop after a rosary outside Fr. Judge's window. The second stop will be at 19th Street and Seventh Avenue, led by the NYPD Color Guard, where the 10 and 13 Precincts alongside Engine3/Ladder12/Battalion 7 will turn out to render honors. The Walk shall continue, led by the FDNY Honor Guard, to an intermediate rest stop at the FDNY Fire Museum on Spring Street and then to Barclay and West Broadway where the Port Authority Police Honor Guard will lead us to St. Peter's Church at Barclay and Church Streets.

Lebby, if you could get the word to EMS Station Seven we'd be honored to have them turn out also at 19th Street and Seventh Avenue.

Due to the virus considerations, we are expecting far fewer participants than in past years. If you would like to join us, PLEASE WEAR MASKS AND GLOVES, OBSERVE DISTANCING COMMON SENSE AND BRING HAND SANITIZER WITH YOU. And, of course, you can be at any point along the route down Seventh Avenue to West Broadway to Barclay Street and east to St. Peter's to simply observe and render your honors as we pass, if you wish.

We're proud to keep Fr. Judge's and Steven McDonald's tradition going despite adverse circumstances. Please keep them in your prayers.
 
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