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National 9/11 Flag & Independence Celebration

The General Society of Mechanics and Tradesmen announce an Independence Celebration to be held on Monday, July 2, at 7 pm. The GSMT have gathered annually to read the entirety of the Declaration of Independence, since 1793.

New York, US, June 30, 2012 -- The General Society of Mechanics and Tradesmen announce an Independence Celebration to be held on Monday, July 2, at 7 pm. The GSMT have gathered annually to read the entirety of the Declaration of Independence, since 1793. This July’s ceremony is especially significant because of the efforts of New York Says Thank You Foundation and the National 9/11 Flag project. It was General Society Member, Charlie Vitchers, a construction worker, that rescued the flag from Ground Zero which will journey across the country before coming to rest at the the National September 11th Memorial Museum.

The Patriotic Speaker for the evening will be Jeff Parness, Founder and Chairman of the New York Says Thank You Foundation. He will also present the National 9/11 Flag. “This is a great honor for us, as The General Society is set to become a part of the story of the National 9/11 Flag’s journey from Ground Zero across our great country.”

About the General Society of Mechanics and Tradesmen
The General Society of Mechanics & Tradesmen of the City of New York was founded in 1785 by the skilled craftsman of the City. Today, this 227-year old organization continues to serve and improve the quality of life of the people of the City of New York through its educational, philanthropic and cultural programs including Mechanics Institute, The General Society Library, and The New York Center for Independent Publishing.

Contact:
Lewis LaCook
Lela
132 East 43rd St
The Chrysler Building #534
New York, NY 10017
7166795230
lewis@corporatepa.COM
http://www.generalsociety.org  
 
 

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