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The ceremony will take place on the front steps of the Seay Building on Thursday, September 9th at 4:30 pm.
(Rain or shine, cancelled in the case of hazardous weather)
Following the ceremony, the exhibit will be open for the community in the Taylor Memorial Library from 5-6 pm.
Visitors are also welcome to view the exhibit during “college hour” every week day from 3-4 pm until Thursday, 9/16.
Click Here to view a PDF version of the poster exhibition
#3: Attack on the Twin Towers. Click here to watch Ada Dolch’s story
#4: Emergency Response. Click here to watch Joseph Pfeifer’s story
#5: Attack on the Pentagon. Click here to watch the story of Mark Lewis and Kathy Dillaber
#12: 20 Years Later. Health Effects
Click Here to view companion resources to the exhibit from the 9.11 Memorial and Museum
Click Here to visit the Blue Sky Remembrance Wall
View the wall and add your own tribute.
Click here to sign up for community service activities on September 11th, 2021
9/11 Educational Resources
Video’s from the Centenary Community
Meghan Kolbusch, Class of ‘18 – 9.11 History and Reflection
Dr. Raymond Frey – Memories from Hackettstown During 9.11.01