Los Angeles Remembers 9/11 with Ceremonies


September 11, 2023 marks the 22nd anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

Los Angeles County will remember with ceremonies scheduled at the Los Angeles Fire Department’s Frank Hotchkin Memorial Training Center.

Los Angeles Mayor Karen Bass and Los Angeles Police Chief Michel Moore will ring “10-Bells” during the ceremony near Dodger Stadium, which will also include bagpipers and a helicopter flyover by the LAFD Air Operations Section.

The ceremony will “remember those who lost their lives, the families who lost their loved ones and those who sacrificed in order to restore communities and shape a path forward,” Bass told City News Service.

In connection with the anniversary, volunteers from the volunteer action center L.A. Works will paint indoor rooms, assemble and refurbish tables and planter boxes and weed and plant at the training center, and create 1,000 disaster readiness kits.

Sept. 11 is a federally recognized National Day of Service and Remembrance.

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