Fine Virginia Artist
September 11, 2001 &
Adopt-A-Station reached a major milestone on September 9, 2006. Every Firehouse and Police Precinct in New York has been presented a framed memorial print of America's Heroes.
However, there is much work yet to be done. The firefighters and police who responded to the Pentagon have yet to receive their memorial print. Please help Adopt-A-Station by adopting a station that answered the call when America needed them.
Tell the Police and Firefighters that we will never forget.
On September 11, 2001, we witnessed the worst and the best of humanity. As tragic as that day was, it brought all American’s closer together. It awakened our spirit and renewed our American values. Never again will we take the Police and Firefighters for granted. We learned just how dangerous their jobs are and we must not forget their sacrifices. Although we can never truly express our appreciation to those who put their lives on the line everyday to protect us, here is a small way we can thank those who gave their lives while trying to save others on September 11th.
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Note; In 2005, the Virginia General Assembly honored Henry Kidd with a joint House and Senate Resolution for his September 11, 2001 artwork and his endevors to honor all the loved ones we lost and his work with the firefighters and police who answered the call to help others. Read the resolution here.
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