365 Honor Walk Ceremony

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Name: 365 Honor Walk Ceremony
Date: June 18, 2021
Time: 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM CDT
Event Description:
HONOR365® ANNOUNCES HONOR WALK CEREMONY TO COMMEMORATE THE 20TH ANNIVERSARY OF 9/11
 
FORT WORTH MUSEUM OF SCIENCE AND HISTORY TO HOST HONOR365® 9/11 EXHIBIT FROM JUNE 18 – JULY 18
 
Fort Worth, Texas (June 8, 2021) – Honor365®, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, invites the public to attend an Honor Walk Ceremony on June 18 at 10 AM at the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History located at 1600 Gendy Street. The focus of the 1-hour program and walk is to remember and honor the 9/11 fallen and local heroes of the State. 
 
A nationwide exhibit tour began January 22, 2021 in Utah and will end September 12, 2021 in New York. A 9/11 replica model was given to Honor365 by Daan Van Der Steijn, Creator, from Deurne, The Netherlands. The tagline for the full exhibit is, “Remembering the One®. Remembering Them All®.” The 9/11 exhibit will be on display at Fort Worth Museum Science and History from June 18 – July 18, 2021
 
“We are so honored to be able to present the Honor365® exhibition here at the Museum,” said Dr. Doug Roberts, Chief Public Engagement Officer at the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History. “We already display the largest artifact in Texas from 9/11 and the Honor365 exhibit provides some meaningful visual context to that object.”
 
Honor365 invites the public to visit the 9/11 exhibit at specific locations throughout the United States until September 12, 2021. Learn more about the progress of the 9/11 exhibit at honor365.org/911Exhibit
 
Honor365’s mission is to provide resource and referral support to veterans, first responders, and their families. Their vision: A world without suicide. Their vision includes an “Oath to Live” movement. You can learn more about taking an Oath to Live on the Honor365 website, Facebook at Honor365, or Instagram @oathtolive_official and @honorvet365.
 
Proceeds generated from Honor365 are dedicated to supporting mental wellness for veterans, first responders, and their families. The 9/11 exhibit is focused on healing, uniting, and educating the rising generation. “We understand first responder and veteran suicide is of great concern, and that the world has gone through so much recently,” said Dr. Ninzel Rasmuson, Founder of Honor365. “From firefighters, law enforcement, EMS, 911 dispatchers, veterans, and our troops, and many others who are on the front line of helping those in need, the stress from this line of work can take its toll. Honor365 will continue to support the wellness of those we serve by helping those who help us every day.” 
 
*Honor365 complies with local COVID-19 guidelines and directives. 
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