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  • By RICH BOLAS, Today staff
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Evan Greenwald will never forget his first day of work at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in New Brunswick, N.J.

Greenwald’s first shift as a hospital emergency medical technician occurred on Sept. 11, 2001, the day of the 9/11 terrorist attacks in the United States.

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  • By Nora Avery-Page, DAILY NEWS-SUN
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For religious leaders throughout the West Valley, messages to their congregations 10 years after the tragedies on 9/11 will focus on healing and forgiveness, as well as remembrance of those hurt by the events. The Rev. Jon Ierley, the senior pastor at Willowbrook United Methodist Church, said he will use an example of two close friends of his who went through a very difficult experience, and after 30 years of pain, found that forgiveness was their only way to release the pain.

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Names of 9/11 victims are printed inside bowls. Honaker made ten bowls and printed 330 names in each bowls. Honaker and at least 70 Desert Vis…

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Students watch a 9/11 slideshow as fellow Desert Vista High School student volunteers and Desert Vista teacher Mark Honaker host a 9/11 annive…

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Desert Vista students portray injuried victims of 9/11 and firefighters trying to escape through stairways. Honaker and at least 70 Desert Vis…

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Desert Vista teacher Mark Honaker works on a bowl as students visit his made-over ceramics room. Honaker and at least 70 Desert Vista High Sch…

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Desert Vista sophomore Ivy Richey 15, prints the name of a 9/11 victim inside a bowl that Desert Vista teacher Mark Honaker made. Students wer…

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A students writes the name of a 9/11 victim in a bowl. Honaker made ten bowls and printed 330 names in each bowls. Honaker and at least 70 Des…

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Desert Vista students portray injuried victims of 9/11. Honaker and at least 70 Desert Vista High School student volunteers hosted a 9/11 anni…

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A Desert Vista student portray a New York City firefighter in Mark Honaker's ceramic's class. Honaker and at least 70 Desert Vista High School…

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Second- and third-grade students pose for a photo with Surprise Station 305 firemen Shawn Marty and Tom Flores Friday. Arizona Charter Academy…

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A student reads his note thanking public safety workers for their service during and after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks in Jordan Lor…

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Captain Shawn Marty accepts a note of thanks from Lily Burnett as children from Arizona Charter Academy deliver handwritten notes to public sa…

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Boy Scouts from Troop 475 practice hanging flags that they'll hanging Saturday morning with a lot of their friends. The scouts are just small …

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Madison Coffman 13, and Katie Rupper 15 practice working on hanging flags that they'll hanging Saturday morning with a lot of their friends. C…

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Southwest Ambulance employees based in Sun City, from left to right, Curt Cavett, Raymond Jojola, Matt Swan and Chris Womack will wear special…

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A monument stands outside the Mesa gas station where Balbir Singh Sodhi, a Sikh from India, was killed days after 9/11 in a revenge killing.

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Arizona’s monument to the 9/11 attacks notes Balbir Singh Sodhi’s murder and news coverage that followed it.

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In a May 23, 2011 photo, Sukhwinder Singh sits next to the memorial for his father, Balbir Singh Sodhi, in Mesa, Arizona. Singh's father was s…

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DARRYL WEBB/EAST VALLEY TRIBUNE-SEPT,10,2008- A plane flies over Memorial flags for all the people who perished in the World Trade Center atta…

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DARRYL WEBB/EAST VALLEY TRIBUNE-SEPT,10,2008- Memorial flags for all the people who perished in the World Trade Center attacks sit in Tempe Be…

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