The event is free and open to the public. The service, honoring the innocent lives that perished on Sept. 11, 2001, in the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center, Pentagon and thwarted attack on the Capitol, will feature a guest speaker who will share her stories related to this historic tragedy. The Clermont Fire Department will also have a brief presentation in remembrance of the lives loss on that tragic day.
Sergeant Nancy Rosario is a retired NYPD Sergeant with over 35 years of combined professional experience in mental health care, law enforcement, community affairs, workforce development and training.
“The Clermont Police Department encourages everyone to come out in remembrance of those that made the ultimate sacrifice that tragic day and those responders that have since passed from exposure to the dangerous toxins at ground zero over the following days and months.” Stated Chief Charles Broadway.
A special thanks to Sonny’s Restaurant of Clermont for their generosity in catering the ceremony.