Beavercreek Ohio 9-11 Memorial

By | September 11, 2011

Beavercreek 9-11 Memorial

Beavercreek has a new 9-11 memorial dedicated to the victims of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon. The pentagon-shaped memorial features a piece of the wreckage of the World Trade Center and has a sign with the names of all the victims.

It’s hard to believe that 10 years have gone by since the horrific terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001.  When the first plane hit, I was working on getting some eBay auctions ready to be mailed and had the tv on in the background.  Needless to say, I didn’t get much work done that day as I sat glued to the tv, watching in horror.  America was changed forever that day.

The Beavercreek Ohio 9-11 Memorial is located at Beavercreek Station (a bike path hub) on North Fairfield Rd. just south of Dayton-Xenia Rd.  There is parking available at Beavercreek Station.

If you are interested in geocaching or letterboxing, there is one of each nearby.  The letterbox was placed in honor of the 10th anniversary of 9-11.

I invite you to visit the Beavercreek Ohio 9-11 Memorial and pay tribute to all who lost their lives on that day.  We will never forget!

6 thoughts on “Beavercreek Ohio 9-11 Memorial

  1. tanya

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  2. Pam List

    Lovely post and it really was the day that changed the world. I have a post on my site with a song DH wrote and I sang back up. He wrote a week after the attacks.

    New follower and a Proud American.

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  3. Tom Smith

    It is my understanding that Grismer Tire Company has entered into a contract to purchase the Maxwell Towing Company property on N Fairfield Rd. next to the 911 memorial. In order to fit their building Grismer is requesting a rezoning of a residential section of the property. While I belive Grismer is a good business for the area, I for one do not want to hear power tools blasting in the background while I am visiting the 911 memorial contemplating the tragic event that has impacted so many of us. Beavercreek Planning Commission has recommended the rezoning to the City Commission. I would hope that others would attend the meeting and object to the rezoning like myself.

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    1. Jen

      Thanks for the information Tom. Hopefully there are enough that raise objections that the planning commission will re-consider.

      Reply

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