A brief memorial event in Mills Park is set Friday morning to recognize and honor those who lost their lives in the national attack on that date in 2001.
The Carson City ceremony is set for 8:46 a.m. in the park at the World Trade Center I-beam Memorial site. It will include remarks by Mayor Robert Crowell, Sheriff Ken Furlong and Fire Chief Bob Schreihans.
A minister is expected to be on hand as well and the ceremony could include a moment of silence, a prayer, lowering of the flag and the commemorative remarks.
The World Trade Center I-beam Memorial is located along with the Firefighters’ Memorial in the grassy area not far from the Marv Teixeira Pavilion at the east end of Mills Park near East William and Saliman streets.