Remembering September 11th
"The Ride"& Ceremony 2010
2007 Ride Video
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Following the terrorist attacks of  September 11, 2001  most of us made a pledge to "Never Forget." This is a chance to put some action to that familiar phrase.
God bless all those, uniformed and civilian who made the ultimate sacrifice on September 11th
On 9-11-10 join a free motorcycle ride dedicated to the memory of the 343 FDNY Firemen, 61 Police Officers and all those who tragically lost their lives on that historic day. The goal is to draw Patriotic Americans together on a Remembrance Ride to honor these brave Americans."The Ride" is open to anyone with a bike. 2009 ride drew 650+. The public Ceremony is open to all.
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Memorial Story and Photos
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"The Ride" will start at Cooks Corner and travel down Laguna Canyon to Pacific Coast Highway ending in Long Beach.  The ride will finish at a homemade memorial, at LB Marine Stadium  for a 30- min Remembrance Ceremony.
The Patriotic Ceremony will feature brief speaches by the LB Police & Fire Chiefs as well as FDNY Fireman Chris Howard. The Long Beach Community Band will play along with the performances by th LB Golden Sands Chior and vocalist Kelly Norman. Don't miss the All-American Banjo sing along.
33 Inflight Crew Members  Lost
L.A. County Fireman Mickey Juarez with his 4- year old son take a moment to reflect at the Belmont Shore front yard memorial. This stirring tribute made of 343 small white crosses bearing the names of fallen FDNY members.
The 343 crosses will be on display
Sept. 7 through Sept. 11th