Halfmmon marks the 20th anniversary of September 11th
By MIKE CAREY, Correspondent | September 11, 2021 | NEW YORK
Story No. 092521100
Photo by Mike CareyHalfmoon hold a ceremony to mark the 20th anniversary of September 11th
Photo by Mike CareyFiregfighters process to Abele Memorial park for the Halfmoon September 11th ceremony
Photo by Mike CareyHillcrest deputy chief Robert Cournoyer takes part in the Halfmoon 9-11 ceremony
Photo by Mike CareyVischer Ferry Fire company President and past chief Philip Brousseau offers his reflections during the Halfmoon 9-11 ceremony
Photo by Mike CareyHalfmoon 9-11 memorial
Photo by Mike CareyFirefighters at the Halfmoon 9-11 ceremony
Photo by Mike Careyfirefighters at the Halfmoon 9-11 ceremony
(Halfmoon, NY)-- The town of Halfmoon held its annual September 11th ceremony on Saturday September 11th. Firefighters from the departments that serve the town processed to Abele Memorial park, site of the town's 9-11 memorial. The ceremony featured speeches from several elected officials, as well as representatives of fire, police, and EMS. The keynote address was delivered by Town judge Joseph Fodera, who spent time at ground zero as a member of the NYPD. The ceremony also feature laying of wreaths by first responders, Boy Scout troop 30 and Girl Scout troop 208. The town of Halfmoon is served by the Halfmoon-Waterford, Clifton Park, Hillcrest, and West Crescent fire departments.
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