9/11/2020

Schoellkopf Park

We. Heard. Bells.

     To all involved in events today, we would like to extend a very warm thank you. Thank you, to the Home Depot for their incredibly generous flag donation and the hard work of their volunteers; to everyone to participated in tonight's first ever September 11th Storyteller's Series; to everyone who rang a bell today; to our veteran's and first responders; and finally to Niagara County as a whole. We were able to hear the bells ringing this morning in Niagara Falls.

     Were you? Let us know at getinvolved@911dayniagara.org.

     We are looking forward to announcements next week about the work we plan to do from here, including a Care Coordinator's conference on 9/16 and the publication of the Niagara County Veteran's Resource Guide. 

     Our 1980 Steps Challenge fundraiser continues until midnight on 9/16.

     On behalf of the Niagara County National Day of Service & Remembrance Committee, thank you for taking the time to #neverforget. 

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     9/11 Day: Niagara County is a service project actively that seeks to involve the Niagara community in remembrance projects that honor the brave men and women who lost their lives on September 11, 2001, and pay tribute to those who answered the call of service due to this tragedy.

     Now, more than ever before, it is imperative we work together to foster the civic engagement of Niagara County residents through service and volunteerism. We will carry out this project’s mission by pursuing projects that invoke the spirit of empathy born from the 9/11/2001 tragedy.

     Our vision is to improve the lives of those around us, those who support us in emergencies, and those who have or are currently serving in the military.

     

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