Hamilton to Hold September 11th Remembrance Ceremony
Hamilton Township will hold its annual September 11th remembrance ceremony on Wednesday, September 11, 2013 at 12:00 PM (Noon) at the September 11th Memorial Grove inside the Klockner Road Entrance of Veterans Park.
The ceremony will include the participation of Hamilton Township Mayor Kelly A. Yaede, Hamilton Fire Chief Mark Antozzeski, Col. (Ret.) Frank Caprario of the Hamilton Township Patriotic Committee, Father Ian Trammell of St. Gregory the Great Parish, the Hamilton Township Police and Fire Honor Guards, the Hamilton Township Fire Department Pipe & Drum Band and several other members of Hamilton’s Police, Fire and Emergency Management personnel communities. Additionally, the Steinert High School Select Choir, under the direction of Mr. Richard Schneider, will perform as part of the ceremony. Special thanks to Petal Pushers florist of Hamilton for their support of the event through providing the ceremony’s memorial wreath.
“As we remember those we lost on September 11th and recognize the continuing sacrifices of our Police, Fire, and Emergency Management personnel, along with those serving in the Armed Forces, I invite residents to join us for our annual September 11th remembrance ceremony,” says Hamilton Township Mayor Kelly A. Yaede.
Hamilton’s Memorial Grove area, the location of the ceremony, holds a Steel Beam from the World Trade Center that was officially unveiled at Hamilton’s 10th anniversary of September 11th remembrance ceremony, as well as a Fire Fighter monument and a memorial to the Hamilton residents we lost on September 11, 2001.
Because limited seating will be available for the ceremony, attendees are encouraged to arrive early or bring lawn chairs.