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As we consider the legacy of 9/11 on this, its 11th anniversary, let’s consider the triumph of the American spirit in the post 9/11 attacks. Let’s consider the state of our national political dialogue and let’s hope that we can rekindle some of the common purpose that brought us through those terrible days as we struggle to find our way through these difficult times.
The Town of Islip, in conjunction with the Islip Town Fire Chiefs Council, cordially invites you to a special ceremony commemorating the temporary relocation of our World Trade Center 9/11 steel beam. This sacred piece of American history will, on February 19th 2012 at 11:00am, be flag draped and escorted with honors from its present […]
Thursday, September 22, 2011, 7:00 PM Selected By: Judy Pepenella This location is shown only to members We have rescheduled this meeting to September 22nd, 2011 at 7:00 PM at the Plainview Public Library. We did this as a fellow patriot group was hosting another 9/11 Tribute movie on the same day. Please feel free […]
Farmingville, NY – On Sunday, September 11, Supervisor Mark Lesko and Councilman Tim Mazzei were guest speakers at the Patchogue Fire Department’s 9-11 Memorial ceremony held at the Patchogue fire house. Residents from the Patchogue community joined local elected officials to honor those who lost their lives during the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001. […]
Supervisor Lesko and Councilwoman Bonner Speak at Sound Beach Fire Department’s 9-11 Memorial Ceremony Pictured from left to right at the Sound Beach 9-11 Memorial Ceremony are Assemblyman Dan Losquadro, Councilwoman Jane Bonner, Ex-Chief Bob Pulick, Chief Michael Bennet, Legislator Sarah Anker, and Supervisor Mark Lesko. Farmingville, NY – On Sunday, September 11, Supervisor Mark […]
. Today, we recognize the tenth anniversary of the terrible attacks of September 11, 2001 — and the victims of the worst tragedy in our nation’s history. New York’s 4th Congressional District lost many, many great men and women at Ground Zero, and today we should keep the families of those victims uppermost in our […]
. September 11, 2001 will forever be in our hearts and minds. It was such a devastating and surreal day, one that causes us to pause and reflect each time we think back to that life changing day for so many of our families, friends and neighbors. My uncle who also worked at the WTC […]
. It will be a day that we will never forget. I hope you will join me in sharing a prayer and moment of silent remembrance for those souls who lost their lives that day…the victims of the falling towers, and hundreds of brave members of the New York Fire Department, Police Department and Port […]
. Today we honor the souls lost a decade ago and renew our love for America. We know that those no longer here are still with us. Heroism knows no time and endures forever. On that crisp clear September morning, Americans cried, prayed, and stood together- and they fought back together. We honor the inspiring […]
. On September 11, 2001, forty-eight of my friends and neighbors from the town of Babylon were murdered by terrorists bent upon the destruction of the United States of America. Ten years later, there is still so little consolation to offer, so little sense to make of the tragedy inflicted upon innocent civilians. As the […]
LI Remembers is a bi-partisan commemorative segment to honor our 9/11 heroes. Ed Mangano – Nassau Executive Steve Levy – Suffolk Executive Tim Bishop – U.S. Congress Steve Israel – U.S. Congress Peter King – U.S. Congress John Flanagan – NYS Senator Jack Martins – NYS Senator Charles Fuschillo – NYS Senator Lee […]
. The past few months that I have spent on the campaign trail were focused on issues such as taxes, the economy and quality of life issues. It is now time to take a long pause and reflect on one of the most tragic events in our nation’s history. The Tenth Anniversary of the 9/11 […]
. Nearly 3,000 innocent Americans were murdered 10 years ago in the horrific terrorist attacks of 9/11. As a Nation we grieved with the families and friends who lost loved ones. Then together, as a Nation, we began to look forward. We have made tremendous progress securing our homeland since that day. As a result, […]
. Dear Fellow New Yorker, It’s hard to believe that 10 years have passed since the September 11th terrorist attacks. Like you, I remember where I was on that crisp and clear morning, how we frantically called our friends and family who worked in Lower Manhattan, and how we all watched in horror as the […]
. As we commemorate the 10th anniversary on Sunday of the September 11 terrorist attacks on our nation, we honor the memory of the 3,000 innocent men, women and children who lost their lives on that horrific day – in lower Manhattan, at the Pentagon, and in Shanksville, Pa. We pause to remember, as well, […]