Never Forget! 9/11 Ceremonies on Sunday Around Ocean County, New Jersey
Sunday is the 21st anniversary of the September 11th attacks on the United States. Over two decades now since that day which we will never forget. As we look to Sunday's events locally here in Ocean County, we hope if you cannot attend a ceremony that you will take a moment to reflect and remember those who were lost and those who gave their all as first responders during the worst civilian attack in our nation's history.
During the September 11, 2001 attacks, according to Google, 2,977 people were killed. Of the 2,977 fatal victims, 2,753 were killed in the World Trade Center and the surrounding area, 184 at the Pentagon, and 40 in Pennsylvania. 746 New Jersey residents lost their lives at the World Trade Center.
There are several ceremonies happening around Ocean County and throughout New Jersey. Take a look at the list, according to Visit NJ, and see what's happening in your neighborhood.
The Toms River Memorial service will be held Sunday at 8:30 am at the Corner of Robbins and Washington Streets. Hosted by Toms River Fire Company #1
ANGEL IN ANGUISH
Jackson Township Justice Complex, West Veterans Highway, Jackson, NJ
MONMOUTH COUNTY'S 9/11 MEMORIAL
Mount Mitchill Scenic Overlook, 460 Ocean Boulevard, Atlantic Highlands, NJ
Freehold Township Municipal Building, 1 Municipal Plaza, Freehold, NJ
SEPTEMBER 11 MEMORIAL BRIDGE
9/11 MEMORIAL GARDEN
MIDDLETOWN WORLD TRADE CENTER MEMORIAL GARDENS
KEITH D. MCHEFFEY MEMORIAL
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