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Police vehicles requested for 9-11 remembrance services at Tempe Beach Park

The 9-11 Memorial Healing Field is a program run by the Exchange Club of Tempe held annually at Tempe Beach Park to remember and honor those who were killed in one of the worst terrorist attacks in our country.  We honor those first responders who ran into the Twin Towers to help.  We honor citizens who stepped up and become true heroes and gave their lives to protect many others.

 

Remembrance ceremonies will begin at 5:40 am and 6:30pm on September 11th. Police cars and fire engines from all over Arizona will be placed around the healing field with blue and red lights on to honor our first responders.  Police and Fire Honor guards are also encouraged to participate in both the morning and evening ceremonies on September 11th.  Agencies are asked to contact Cindy.hill@azleos.org to confirm your attendance.  We ask that you arrive by 5am for the morning services or 6pm for the evening candlelight vigil so we can place the cars before the event starts.

 

It is the largest and longest running healing field in the Southwest with almost 3000 full size American flags. It is a day that should always be remembered as a day terrorists tried to alter the psyche of a nation with fear. A day we never should forget.

 

Please call or email with any questions.

 

Cindy

Cindy Hill, M.Ed.

President

Arizona LEOS (AZ Law Enforcement Outreach and Support)

501c(3) Tax ID number 47-2952266

“Putting COMMUNITY in Community Policing”

cell phone: 480-695-2494

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