9/11 anniversary dawns with Alki Statue of Liberty tributes

September 11, 2011 at 8:27 am | In Alki Statue of Liberty, West Seattle history, West Seattle news | 2 Comments

Tonight, the Alki Statue of Liberty will again be a gathering place, to remember, and to hope, as it was a decade ago. This morning, tributes are already there – including this poem:

As shown here earlier this week, Alki’s Lady Liberty is holding a flag for the occasion. Across the street, a large flag went up this morning:

Tonight’s vigil is at 7 pm, sponsored by the Southwest Seattle Historical Society/Log House Museum, whose 9/11 exhibit is viewable today from noon till 7, just a block south at 61st/Stevens. (photo added 1:48 pm)

Other West Seattle/White Center commemorations are on this list.

2 Comments

  1. Always remember 9/11… for the inside job it was.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UCIHw4wAO5A

    Comment by nirvana — 8:36 am September 11, 2011 #

  2. Nirvana, You must be a complete wack job to come out with something like this today. You must be related to Oliver Stone. This is a day to remember all the fallen heros and those who went to fight against those who would try this again. GOD BLESS AMERICA.

    Comment by foy boy — 3:04 pm September 11, 2011 #

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