Gloucester Township to dedicate World Trade Center memorial

    A South Jersey town is doing its part to remember what happened on September 11th, 2001 by dedicating a World Trade Center memorial to mark the 10-year anniversary.

    According to Moorestown Patch, Gloucester Township will unveil the World Trade Center Artifact Memorial at the Firefighters Commons Memorial Park.

    Gloucester Township Mayor Dave Mayer told Moorestown Patch the memorial serves as way of keeping spirits alive and their memories alive.

    The memorial includes a 182-pound steel beam from one of the fallen World Trade Center buildings.

    The ceremony is scheduled for 8:15 a.m. on Sunday, September 11.

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