The Highline Historical Society (we’re members – join here) is seeking area residents to share their memories of the 9/11 tragedy on the weekend of Sept. 10th and 11th.
They’ll be videotaping short oral histories at two events – here’s more from an email we received:
In remembrance of the events of 9/11/2001, the Highline Historical Society will be videotaping short oral histories of first responders and the general public at two events on the weekend of September 10 – 11:
- Saturday, September 10: the Historical Society will be at the Burien Fire Station, 15100 8th Avenue SW in Burien, from 10 AM to Noon.
- Sunday, September 11: the Society will be at the SeaTac Fire Station, 2929 S 200th Street in SeaTac, from 1 – 3 PM.
People who wish to share their memories of where they were a decade ago and how they reacted when they heard about the airliners that had been flown into the World Trade Center towers and the Pentagon are invited to stop by and be videotaped.
These memories will then become a permanent part of the Highline Historical Society’s collections.
For more information on the Highline Historical Society and its activities, visit www.highlinehistory.org.