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Opens National 11 Memorial & Museum Steel Beam Signing Opportunity
 
Mayor Bloomberg and National September 11 Memorial & Museum President Joseph Daniels sign one of the steel beams to be used in the construction of the Memorial and invited the public to do the same. The public will have an opportunity to sign the steel beams today and tomorrow in Battery Park in Lower Manhattan, and to write “Notes of Hope” messages to be preserved within the Memorial Museum. Last year, the beams were sent around the country to 25 cities in 25 states, where tens of thousands of people signed their names and shared their thoughts and reflections on September 11th.  

Mayor Bloomberg and National September 11 Memorial & Museum President Joseph Daniels sign one of the steel beams to be used in the construction of the Memorial and invited the public to do the same. The public will have an opportunity to sign the steel beams today and tomorrow in Battery Park in Lower Manhattan, and to write “Notes of Hope” messages to be preserved within the Memorial Museum. Last year, the beams were sent around the country to 25 cities in 25 states, where tens of thousands of people signed their names and shared their thoughts and reflections on September 11th.
Mayor Bloomberg and National September 11 Memorial & Museum President Joseph Daniels sign one of the steel beams to be used in the construction of the Memorial and invited the public to do the same. The public will have an opportunity to sign the steel beams today and tomorrow in Battery Park in Lower Manhattan, and to write “Notes of Hope” messages to be preserved within the Memorial Museum. Last year, the beams were sent around the country to 25 cities in 25 states, where tens of thousands of people signed their names and shared their thoughts and reflections on September 11th.
Mayor Bloomberg and National September 11 Memorial & Museum President Joseph Daniels sign one of the steel beams to be used in the construction of the Memorial and invited the public to do the same. The public will have an opportunity to sign the steel beams today and tomorrow in Battery Park in Lower Manhattan, and to write “Notes of Hope” messages to be preserved within the Memorial Museum. Last year, the beams were sent around the country to 25 cities in 25 states, where tens of thousands of people signed their names and shared their thoughts and reflections on September 11th.
Mayor Bloomberg and National September 11 Memorial & Museum President Joseph Daniels sign one of the steel beams to be used in the construction of the Memorial and invited the public to do the same. The public will have an opportunity to sign the steel beams today and tomorrow in Battery Park in Lower Manhattan, and to write “Notes of Hope” messages to be preserved within the Memorial Museum. Last year, the beams were sent around the country to 25 cities in 25 states, where tens of thousands of people signed their names and shared their thoughts and reflections on September 11th.
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