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Clinton Community Garden Fireman's Benefit Concert

  • Subject: [cg] Clinton Community Garden Fireman's Benefit Concert
  • From: "Honigman, Adam" <Adam.Honigman@Bowne.com>
  • Date: Wed, 19 Sep 2001 18:17:26 -0400

Dear ACGA Friends: 
You may remember my message to you about Engine 54, Ladder 4, 9th Battalion
on West 48th Street in Manhattan, the firehouse closest to the Clinton
Community Garden in NYC. How could we ever have imagined that 3 days after
the successful Parks 2001 Rally at Union Square that this park would soon
become a memorial and candle vigil site for thousands of victims of the
tragic World Trade Center attack? 
As always, we at Clinton Community Garden are ready and willing to use our
green sanctuary to serve the community. A concert that was previously
scheduled on Sept. 22 has been turned into a Benefit Concert for the
victims' families of our 3 Hell's Kitchen fire stations. In our 3 stations
alone, 57 firefighters who were among the first to respond, are missing. 
These Hell's Kitchen Firehouses are: 
Rescue 1 on West 43rd Street, 
Engine 54, Ladder 4, 9th Battalion on West 48th Street and 
Ladder 21, 7th Battalion on West 38th Street 
Since the tragedy, when folks have asked me to whom contributions should be
sent, I have forwarded them the American Red Cross only. Things have come
together very quickly since then ( including the donated services of ONE4, a
local musical group) and as you reading this,note this evening, the posters
for this event will be going up in the store windows and lamp posts of our
featuring ONE4
For the Victims' Families of
Rescue 1 (W. 43rd), Ladder 4, 9th Battalion (W. 48th)
Ladder 21, 7th Battalion (W. 38th)
Clinton Community Garden
W. 48th St. (between 9th & 10th Avenues)
Saturday, September 22, 6 - 9 p.m.
Noted Speakers, Community Sing-a-Long and Candle Vigil
Bring a white candle in a glass
Sponsored by Clinton Community Garden and Us3
All Donations Will Go to the Victims' Families 
Should you wish to contribute to this effort ( every cent of which will go
to the families of our Hell's Kitchen fire heroes, please send your US
Dollar check to ( sorry about that, the bank would charge us funds that
should best go to the families) the address that appears on the CCG website:

Hell's Kitchen Fire Heroes 
Clinton Community Garden 
P.O. Box 214 
New York, NY 10108-0214 
Please make the check payable to the "Clinton Community Garden, Inc." and
be sure to write "Hell's Kitchen Fire Heroes" on the notes line. 
Thanking you in advance for your best wishes, If you happen to be in town,
we'd love to see you, as will representatives of all the firehouses. 
Best wishes, 
Adam Honigman
Clinton Community Garden 

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