The heroes and victims of 2001’s Sept. 11 terror attacks are to be remembered on the 20th anniversary of the tragedy at the Key West Fire House Museum.
The memorial is set for 8.30am. at Old Fire House No. 3 at the corner of Virginia and Grinnell streets. The historic fire station, which operated from 1907 until 1998, is one of the oldest in Florida.
The event was conceived to remember those who died in the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon and honor those who currently serve to protect Americans’ security. Special guests are to include members of the New York City and Key West fire departments, law enforcement officers, honor guards, veterans and local officials.
The Sept. 11 memorial event is free and open to the public.
Event information: email@example.com, Alex at 305-797-8417 or Rich at 305-923-8917.
Key West Firehouse Museum