Carson City remembers 9/11, honors the fallen and first responders

After speeches from city officials, Carson City residents took turns approaching the 9/11 memorial in Mills Park to touch the I-beam from the World Trade Center rubble. The beam was donated to Carson City in 2010 and dedicated in 2011.

After speeches from city officials, Carson City residents took turns approaching the 9/11 memorial in Mills Park to touch the I-beam from the World Trade Center rubble. The beam was donated to Carson City in 2010 and dedicated in 2011.

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Residents and first responders gathered this morning in Mills Park to observe the 20th anniversary of Sept. 11, 2001.



Keynote speakers included Mayor Lori Bagwell, Assistant Sheriff Jim Primka, and Fire Chief Sean Slamon. Roland Haas, with Nevada House of Prayer, opened and closed the event with musical numbers.

“I am so proud of our community each and every day,” Mayor Bagwell said, tearing up. She issued proclamation to recognize Sept. 11, 2021 as a 9/11 day of service and remembrance.

Carson City reflects on  how 9/11 changed America.



















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