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    Default Remembering 9/11

    I just finished reading the article " No... It's not too late." by Chief Goldfeder concerning this years rememberance of 9/11. I'm wondering how other departments are going to remember 9/11 and what if any activities your departments have planned. Any ideas that you can share would be appreciated. Stay safe.

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    Our department typically just says a few words. Other than that there is no "Official" Rememberance

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    Santa Cruz, CA


    The last two years, our department has participated in a ceremony at a neighboring department which has a large memorial in front of one of their stations. Haven't heard about this year yet, but our EMS coordinator's a Captain at that department and he'll be doing out drill next week, so we'll probably hear then.
    Chris Gaylord
    Emergency Planner / Fire Captain, UC Santa Cruz FD

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    My department hold a silent night parade with a ceremony to follow last year every department in our county took part!!!!
    Just my view

    I would rather push my Seagrave than drive your Pierce!!

    TNT Rescue The Best!!!!!!!

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    Default "A Cross for a Brother" Memorial / Garland FD Texas

    GARLAND FIRE DEPT Fire Station #7
    2545 Naaman School Rd., Garland 75040 Mapsco 19a-L
    (near G. Bush Turnpike/190 & Hwy 78/Lavon Dr.)
    FD Admin: 972-205-2250 Sta. #7: 972-205-2282
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    We will be displaying our FDNY 9-11 Memorial, “A Cross for a Brother”, from Sept 8 (12 noon) thru Sept 14 (5pm).
    This is a 1 acre memorial that will have 1 cross displayed for every firefighter killed on Sept 11, 2001. Each cross has a nameplate with the name of a firefighter killed that day & their assignment. Please come & walk among the names & pay tribute to the FDNY – 343.

    To view more pictures, go to:http://teamsaffell.com/GFD/FDNY343.html
    1 Corinthians 1:18
    For the message of the cross is foolishness to those who are perishing, but to us who are being saved it is the power of God.

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