Northwest NEWS

September 2, 2002

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Woodinville plans Sept. 11 remembrance

WOODINVILLE - A special remembrance memorial to honor the victims of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attack will be held Sept. 11 from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at Woodinville City Hall, 17301 133rd Avenue NE. The program will include the performance of two ballads composed by Woodinville City Manager Pete Rose, the reading of victim biographies by law enforcement, fire, and armed forces representatives, prayers by various organizations and the dedication of a public bench by Woodinville firefighters.
   Scout Presentation of Colors: Troop #585 from the Church of Jesus Christ Latter-day Saints.       
   National Anthem: Jerry Carter.    Welcome: the Woodinville Mayor and City Council.   
   Ballads: "The Last One" and "Don't Let Me Forget": Pete Rose, Woodinville City Manager.
   Readings of victim biographies by:        
   -Woodinville Mayor Scott Hageman.        
   -Woodinville Police Chief Ken Wardstrom,  King County Sheriff's Office.        
   -Fire Chief Steve Smith,  WFLSD.
   -Sgt. Carl E. Westerberg,  U.S. Marines.
   -OS2 Waide Keizer, U.S. Navy.     -Staff Sgt. H.C. Hunt, U.S. Army.     -Sgt. Gary Tiedeman, U.S.A.F.
   -Karen Townsend, Peace Corps      -Marsha Willsie, American Red Cross.        
   -Debbie Gianelli, Morgan Stanley, Woodinville.        
   Pledge of Allegiance: All Armed Forces representatives.        
     Prayer for Emergency Services and Military: Pastor Norm McLean, Bear Creek Church.      
   Moments of Silence: Rev. Alan Taylor, Woodinville Unitarian Universalist Church.      
   Prayer for Youth: Bea Sanford and Elena Gibson, seniors, Woodinville High School.       
   Prayer for Families: Leslie Spading, Prisoners for Christ.   
   Prayer for Victims: Rabbi Laurie Rice, Congregation Kol Ami.   
   Prayer for Country and World: Rev. Paul Forman, Northshore United Church of Christ.     
   Chant for Peace: Atamma Buddhist Monastery.      
   Prayer for Community Healing and Unity: Pastor Janine Brown, New Life Christian Fellowship  
   Dedication of Public Bench           
   "God Bless America", Jerry Carter.      
   Presenter: Firefighter Jim Rogers, President, IAFF, Local 2950.    
   FDNY Signal 5-5-5-5- Bell Tolling: Fire Chief Steve Smith Woodinville Fire & Life Safety District.
   "America The Beautiful": Jerry Carter, New Life Christian Church .     
   Retiring of the Colors: Troop #585, Church of Jesus Christ Latter-day Saints.       
   Bagpipe: "Amazing Grace" .     Candle lighting: Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is.      
   Event information is posted to Handicap ped parking is available at City Hall. For more information, contact Marie Stake at (425) 877-2267.
   See page 3 for more September 11 memorial events.