Residents gathered at Doughboy Park on Tuesday, light candles, place flowers
Woodside Civic Association President Ed Bergendahl speaks to the crowd.
David Rosasco, left, president of the Woodside Neighborhood Association, lights candles for guests at the Doughboy Park Sept. 11 rememberance after Jack Kemp, at the podium, a member of the event’s organizing committee, read the names of Woodside community members who died in the attack. Adrian Bordoni, right, executive director of Woodside on the Move, looks on.
Joan Lee memorialized those who died in the 9/11 attacks at Tuesday’s ceremony.
A flower was placed in front of the 9/11 memorial in Doughboy Park for each of the 34 people who worked or lived in Woodside and died in the Twin Towers.
Assemblywoman Margaret Markey (D-Maspeth) speaks to the Woodside crowd.
Michelle Della Fave opened and closed the ceremony with song.
Elba Santiago and her son Jibril Rodriguez, 3, light a candle at the remembrance.
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