Monthly Archives: August 2012

9/11 loss inspires art therapy for kids

By Katie Walmsley Morning Express Lori Guadagno’s brother died on the flight that crashed in Shanksville, Pennsylvania on 9/11 She started an art program for kids in the hospital Art with a Heart has helped Lori and thousands of kids through tough times “Excruciating” is how Lori Guadagno describes the pain of losing her brother […]

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New Children’s Book to be Launched at the Brooke Jackman Foundation Read-a-thon The Brooke Jackman Foundation (BJF), a non-profit organization that promotes literacy for at-risk children in the greater New York area, is commemorating 9/11 and its 11th  anniversary with the third annual Brooke Jackman Foundation Read-a-thon – A Celebration of Literacy and Hope. The event will take place on Saturday, September 8, 2012, 12:00-1:30 pm, […]

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Ferry service to Manhattan for anniversary of 9/11 attacks still running for victims’ families

By Abbott Koloff The Record Relatives of 9/11 victims, concerned about rumors that a free state-run ferry to Manhattan for the anniversary of the terrorist attacks had been canceled, were told Thursday that the complimentary service will be available this year as it has for the past decade.  State officials said the free ferry service […]

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