Fontbonne students treated the fire stations and police department to pizza on September 11th as a gesture of thanks.
- POLICE & FIRE
Thursday, September 13, 2012
In honor of September 11th radio stations, newspapers, and television programs reflected on the events of 2001. On her way to school, a Fontbonne Academy senior, Maretta Morovitz, was listening to the Karson and Kennedy morning show on Mix 104.1. The radio hosts encouraged their listeners to recognize their local first responders in remembrance of September 11, 2001. Upon arriving at school, Maretta and four of her friends, including KJ Moran from Dedham, got together and discussed how they might do so. Within minutes, the students wrote an announcement to be read during homeroom period to all students, asking for a small donation at lunch. The Fontbonne Academy seniors thought a pizza lunch was the perfect way to express their …
People around the world will remember the events of September 11, 2001 today.
Today is the 11th Anniversary of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. The day will live in most of our memories forever, and the anniversary is a fitting time to reflect on the happenings of that day. One year ago today, the nation marked a decade since the attacks. The same can be said for Milton residents. Milton Police Chief Richard Wells, Jr. and Milton Fire Chief Jack Grant shared their experiences on the 10th anniversary of 9/11. Milton Interfaith Clergy Association also led a rememberance ceremony at Town Hall last year. At right is a video from the Town of Milton’s ceremony in the Baron Hugo Gazebo.
Milton residents Ari Zirilli and Vance Welch share how the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks affected them.
As the 10th anniversary of Sept. 11 nears, Milton residents share their thoughts of that day.
The South Shore remembers 9/11.
Residents of the South Shore share their photos and memories of September 11.