The National Iron & Steel Heritage Museum
Coatesville Remembers
Coatesville, PA — September 11, 2010
The Graystone Society hosts its Inaugural 9/11 Memorial Event at Gateway Park in Coatesville, Pennsylvania. 7:30 AM until 10:30 AM. The ceremony will be punctuated by a bell rung to commemorate significant times on that historic morning of September 11, 2001. Local school children will be selected to ring the bell. County, State and Federal politicians are expected to attend. Law enforcement, fire fighters, school children, civic groups and civilians are invited to join The Graystone Society. Also expected are The Lukens Band, as well as local choirs and singers.

The Graystone Society is the trustee of the largest collection of 9/11 relics outside of New York City. A select group of the massive World Trade Center Steel "Trees" will be on display to give attendees an opportunity to "connect with 9/11


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Press Releases
Frances Sheehan — 11th Annual Rebecca Lukens Award Honoree
The National Iron & Steel Heritage Museum (NISHM) is proud to announce the 2017 Rebecca Lukens Award will be presented to Frances Sheehan

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