9 / 11 Remembrance in Holmdel on Tuesday Night
The ceremony will incude the traditional reading of the names of the victims with a Holmdel connection.
The public is invited to Holmdel Township's 9/11 Remembrance Ceremony on Tuesday evening.
It will take place outdoors, in front of Holmdel Township Town Hall. The hourlong ceremony starts at 7:30 p.m.
After an introduction by Mayor Patrick Impreveduto, a high school group will sing. The names of the victims of the terrorist attacks who have a Holmdel connection will be read out loud, and a family member or friend will place a rose and lit candle on the 9/11 memorial in front of Town Hall.
Everyone is invited to attend. There will be seating for about 60 people.
The ceremony will be just as poignant but less elaborate than last year's 10th anniversary event, which included the Holmdel Police Color Guard and High School band.
Note that the traffic circle in front of the building will be closed at an hour before the ceremony. There is parking in the adjacent Senior/Community Center next door, within walking distance.