Scene in Edmonds: Museum presents check for Edmonds Firefighters Memorial

Greg Jorgenson of the Edmonds Museum Board presented a $1000 check to Edmonds firefighter Dave "Bronco" Erickson to help complete the Fallen Firefighter Memorial in front of the Edmonds Fire Station. "The money will help with the cost of installing a girder salvaged from the wreckage of the Twin Towers after the 9-11 attacks," said Erickson. "This piece of our history memorializes our brother and sister firefighters who lost their lives that day." The money was raised through sales of raffle tickets for a classic child's pedal fire truck.  The Museum will raffle off another this year.

Greg Jorgenson of the Edmonds Museum Board presented a $1,000 check Saturday to Edmonds firefighter Dave “Bronco” Erickson to help complete the Fallen Firefighter Memorial in front of the Edmonds Fire Station. “The money will help with the cost of installing a girder salvaged from the wreckage of the Twin Towers after the 9-11 attacks,” said Erickson. “This piece of our history memorializes our brother and sister firefighters who lost their lives that day.” The money was raised through sales of raffle tickets for a classic child’s pedal fire truck. The museum will raffle off another this year. (Photo by Larry Vogel)

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  1. I had the opportunity to visit the newly remodeled museum and I can tell you that they did a wonderful job. It is truly a fascinating look at Edmonds history and should not be missed.

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