Pueblo firefighters invite the community to join them early Sunday morning for a formal recognition ceremony for the 10th anniversary of 9/11.
The ceremony will be conducted by City of Pueblo Fire Chief Christopher Riley and new Deputy Police Chief Troy Davenport.
The event will begin at 7:58 am on September 11, at Gateway Park, located on the Historic Arkansas Riverwalk.
The community is asked to join the firefighters in this solemn remembrance of the hundreds of firefighter, police, EMS, and thousands of innocent civilian lives lost that day.
Later in the afternoon, the fire department will be holding a fundraiser in remember of September 11th.
It the Pueblo Firefighter’s band “Fully Involved”. Proceeds from the event will to the ‘Hose Company #3 Fire Museum’ and the Pueblo Firefighters Historical Society, which maintains a fleet of antique Pueblo fire trucks.
It will be held from 4:00pm to 8:00pm at Gray’s Coors Tavern, 515 West 4th Street in Pueblo.
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