A number of Sept. 11 memorial events were held in Spokane on Sunday, Sept.11, 2011, including the Spokane Valley Fire Department’s placement of a 1,200-pound column from the World Trade Center in the department’s new administration building,
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An honor guard prepares to carry a 1,200 pound beam recovered from the World Trade Center into the new Spokane Valley Fire Department administration building during a ceremony, Sunday, Sept. 11, 2011. The beam was given to the SVFD by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey and will serve as a memorial to the sacrifices made by so many on Sept. 11.
A flag that flew over New York City on July 4, 2011, rests on a 1,200 pound beam that was recovered from the World Trade Center prior to a ceremony at the new Spokane Valley Fire Department administration building, Sunday, Sept. 11, 2011.
Members of the Spokane County Firefighters Pipe and Drum Band watch as a 1,200 pound steel beam recovered from the World Trade Center is placed in the new Spokane Valley Fire Department new administration building, Sunday, Sept., 11, 2011.
Spokane Valley Fire Department Deputy Chief Larry Rider, far right in white, and SVFD Captain Tag Baugh, left on beam, snug a 1,200 pound beam recovered from the World Trade Center into it’s final resting spot in a ceremony at the new SVFD administration building, Sunday, Sept. 11, 2011.
Spokane firefighter Ben Giese, center, approaches the 19th floor during the Spokane 9/11 Memorial Stairclimb at the Bank of America building, Sunday, Sept 11, 2011. Each participant climbed 110 stories, which was the number of floors on the Twin Towers, and, carried a photo and a biography of a first responder who died on Sept. 11.
Spokane Interstate Fair patrons move to the sides of the food court as a Patriots Day Parade lead by the Washington State Patrol marches to the Grandstands for a memorial ceremony to honor those who have fallen and those who were saved on Sept. 11.
An honor guard representing area law enforcement agencies placed a wreath at the podium during a Patriots Day ceremony at the Spokane Interstate Fair to honor those who have fallen and those who were saved on Sept. 11.