Category Archives: 9/11 Memorials

Final pieces of fallen Twin Towers distributed as mementos

Susan Edelman New York Post The last few pieces of steel from the fallen Twin Towers are being parceled out as mementos — still coveted nearly 15 years ­after the 9/11 attacks. A JFK airport hangar, once crammed to the rafters with beams, girders and other remnants of the World Trade Center, is now nearly […]

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Wyckoff elementary refurbishes memorial to school community members lost on 9/11

Lynn Bruggemann  Wyckoff Suburban News WYCKOFF — A peace pole and garden created as a place of remembrance and hope in the aftermath of 9/11 was refurbished and rededicated during a Flag Day ceremony at Calvin Coolidge Elementary School. On June 12, students, staff and parents gathered around a flagpole and the renovated peace pole […]

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Father Mychal Judge statue unveiled in East Rutherford

Kelly Nicholaides South Bergenite The statue is larger than life, and befitting the legacy of Father Mychal Judge — the Franciscan Friar who left a trail of acts of kindness and courage and oversaw the spiritual needs of generations in East Rutherford and beyond. East Rutherford elected officials unveiled the $40,000 bronze statue which is […]

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