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#WalkTheBridge September 11, 2022

From John Salerno:

I would like to personally thank everyone who came out today to Remember our Heroes. Today marked the 21st year since the Terrorist Attacks and our 3rd year reading the names of those we lost on that fateful day.

For all the Motorcycle Clubs, Law, Fire and EMS Agencies, The JR. ROTC, for the placement of our Colors, and to the Citizens who joined us on this Day a heartfelt Thank You.

A very Special Thanks to All those who read today and to Ken Harrison, aka Shiner, for the beautiful opening invocation.

One of the hardest things to do sometimes is to say the names of those we lost, but I am proud of each and everyone of you for honoring our Heroes and giving them the remembrance they deserve.

God Bless all of you for keeping your promise and Never Forgetting..

Each Year, Gino Martinez volunteers his time and commemorates the day with a painting he creates during the Ceremony. Thank you to our Speed Painter Gino.

Photos Credits to April Smith

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