Board member Ginny Gardner recently discussed the memorial on her NewTV show Virginia’s Views and Vibes. Appearing on the show were President Sande Young, Newton Police Captain Marc Gramada, and Citizen Assistance Officer for the City of Newton Aaron Goldman. The show can be seen here.
The Newton 9-11 Memorial Committee and the City of Newton will be holding a memorial service for the victims of the September 11, 2001 attacks and for the first responders. The event will begin at 6:00pm on Wednesday, September 11 at the Newton 9-11 Memorial in front of Fire Department Headquarters on 1164 Centre Street. Mayor Setti Warren and others will offer remarks. All are invited.
We are looking for somebody to run the Boston Marathon on behalf of the Newton 9-11 Memorial Committee. This could be your chance if you meet the following criteria:
- Must be 18 years or older on April 15, 2013.
- Must be able to complete the entire 26.2 mile course within 6 hours.
- The runner must raise through their network and/or donate $6500 to the Newton 9-11 Memorial Committee.
- Official bib number cannot be transferred, sold or used for auction or distributed in any manner.
Once the bib number is assigned, the runner is able to participate on April 15,2013.
Call Sande Young, Chairman Newton 9-11 Memorial Committee.
NewTV covered the dedication ceremony for Newton News.
Their report can be seen here.
Yesterday was the dedication ceremony for the memorial. It was the culmination of many months of efforts. We thank those who attended yesterday, particularly the families, Mayor Warren, members of Newton’s Fire and Police departments and other city employees and officials. The memorial would not been possible without the efforts and support of hundreds of our neighbors. You all have our deepest thanks.
Thank you to all who attended the groundbreaking. Some highlights can be found here. We will post the full video at some point soon.