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This 9/11 Memorial is heartfelt & beautiful. You need to park on a side street & walk a short distance to it. You will not be disappointed. The town of Acushnet & the volunteers who maintain it do a wonderful job of keeping it up.
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This memorial is a great place to sit quietly and reflect. The attention to detail and workmanship is outstanding. The steel beam from the Twin Towers points to its home in NYC. It proudly stands 9'11" tall. You can touch a piece of the Pentagon...More
Stopping by especially in the evening and just saying a few prayers for those who lost their lives in this environment gives you a sense of peace. I am so happy that this is a permanent part of our town of Acushnet.
This is a small town that cares. The memorial is just, well spectacular in its design and statement. I remember the opening ceremony, I don't think there was a dry eye in the crowd.. Every branch of the service was represented. Veterans from WWII to...More
Acushnet residents are so fortunate to have a beautiful memorial to the 911 victims in the center of town on the grounds outside the fire station.
Congratulations to the cheif and firefighters for their hard work and dediction in bringing this memorial to the residents...More