Montgomery hosted 9-11 Open Houses MondayPosted on September 12, 2017
Two open houses were held Monday at the 9-11 Monument near the upper parking lot of Montgomery Veterans Park. The first was held at 9:45 AM, symbolic of the time of the first attack on the World Trade Center in NYC. Fire Company #1 sirens were sounded at that time.
The second open house there was held at 7 PM, and included an educational table display and a local resident available to answer questions – Eric Bulger, a Port Authority Policeman who rescued people in the towers the day of the 2001 attack. Cub scouts led the Pledge of Allegiance and people of all ages attended after work and school.
All members of the public are welcome to visit the monument at any time from dawn to dusk daily. Never forget.