Twin Tower’s Steel Dedication on 9/11 at Hero’s Point in Rochester

The Rochester Fire Department is proud to announce that a piece of the 9/11 Twin Towers Steel (South Tower) is now permanently installed as a part of Heroes’ Point at the Rochester Fire Department in the City of Rochester.

The Rochester Fire Department is hosting the Dedication of the Twin Towers Steel Installation on Monday, September 11 at 5:00 p.m. at the Rochester Fire Station, 277 E. Second Street in Downtown Rochester.

“We are very proud that the Twin Tower Steel is finally in its place of honor in Heroes’ Point, stated Rochester Fire Chief John Cieslik. “The steel is mounted to granite that was purchased by The Elliott Family as a part of their ongoing commitment to bringing the Heroes’ Point Project to fruition.”

Heroes’ Point is a legacy and a continuing celebration of those men and women, who in their duties as firefighters, police officers, members of the armed services and ordinary citizens are willing to place themselves in harms’ way in order to rescue, protect and defend others. Heroes’ Point will serve to honor these citizens, now and in perpetuity.

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