When:
September 11, 2018 @ 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm
2018-09-11T17:30:00+02:00
2018-09-11T19:00:00+02:00
Where:
American Women’s Clubhouse - near The World Forum
JOHAN VAN OLDENBARNEVELTLAAN 43 2582 NJ The Hague
Contact:
0654253650
A Ceremony of Rememberance and Hope @ American Women’s Clubhouse - near The World Forum

Each year, we have a simple memorial to bring people together.  Please join us and bring your friends and people you know would like to be with us.  There are no invitations.  Everyone is welcome – “Iedereen is welkom” There will be poetry, music, personal stories and a time to share hopes and memories.

Order of Service

JAMES HINES – NYPD, NEW YORK POLICE DEPARTMENT

Sargeant Hines was at the Trade Center on 9/11 and served there for several months

PETE HOEKSTRA – AMERICAN AMBASSADOR TO THE NETHERLANDS

THE MUSIC OF MEMORY

TAPS

THE READING OF NAMES

 

The 9/11 attacks killed 2,977 people from more than 90 nations. The oldest victim was 85 years old; the youngest was two. More than 400 were first responders who died performing their sworn duties.

“I think to anyone who lost a loved one on Sept. 11, even years later it’s still there. I see Flight 93 and the field where my husband crashed.” Lyzbeth Glick Best

“The 12 members that we lost on Sept. 11 left behind 10 wives and 27 children. They were our brothers.”    Lt. Steve Brown, Squad One – Park Slope- Brooklyn

Sponsored by OAR ~ Overseas Americans Remember

Thank you to the United States Embassy for their cooperation and support and to  the American Women’s Club for use of their clubhouse.