Garden of Reflection
Bucks County residents who were killed in the attacks are being remembered at the Garden of Reflection.
Thursday, on the 13th anniversary of the September 11th attacks, there will be a ceremony in the Garden of Reflection in Lower Makefield, Bucks County to honor the heroes among us.
Volunteers from the 9/11 Garden of Reflection in Bucks County took a trip to Ground Zero on Saturday.
One by one the names of 18 people killed on 9/11 who called Bucks County home were read aloud.
The names of the 18 people from Bucks County who died on September 11, 2001 are etched into glass around a fountain and reflecting pool, part of the Garden of Reflection.
Even Ellen Saracini (left), the driving force behind the memorial, helped workers pump out water last week so they could lay the foundation.
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Two tributes held in Bucks County united family and friends whose hearts are still healing. At a memorial designed to allow the community to reflect and remember, personal tributes preceded a candle-light vigil.
In the “Garden of Reflection” in Lower Makefield, folks placed flowers, flags, and even the front pages of newspapers which featured the Bin Laden headlines around a piece of steel beams from one of the World Trade Center towers.
The memorial garden and Walk of Remembrance in eastern Pennsylvania serves as a focal point for those whose lives were scarred in the 9/11 terror attacks.