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The New Hampshire 9/11 Stair Climb will be held on Saturday, September 9, 2017 at the Home of the NH Fisher Cats, Northeast Delta Dental Stadium in Downtown Manchester, NH. The public is welcome to join firefighters, friends and family from across New England to climb 110 stories in honor of the 343 firefighters that died on 9/11.
We Will Never Forget
The ‘NEVER FORGET’ New Hampshire 9/11 Stair Climb will be held on Saturday, September 9, 2017 at the Home of the NH Fisher Cats, Northeast Dental Dental Stadium in Downtown Manchester, NH. The public is welcome to join firefighters from across New England to honor the 343 firefighters that died that day by climbing 110 stories.
In the aftermath of September 11, 2001 we promised never to forget the events of that day. New Hampshire has held a climb each of the last 6 years and this event continues the tradition. Each participant will climb in remembrance carrying the name of one of the 343 firefighters lost that day.
LOCATION: Northeast Delta Dental Stadium in Downtown Manchester
DATE: Saturday, September 9, 2017
TIME: Registration opens at 7:15
Climb starts at 9:00
$25 Early Registration
$35 Event Day Registration
– 100% of the profits go to the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation (NFFF)
The event will be take place at Northeast Delta Dental Stadium, the Home of the NH Fisher Cats. Climbers will walk an untimed 7-lap course through the stadium grandstands to reach the equivalent of 110 stories. After the climb, teams will have an opportunity to take group photos. In addition, the left field pavilion will be open for participants who would like to purchase food and/or drinks.
We climb to ensure that the fallen firefighters of September 11 are never forgotten; we complete their journey through dedication, training, and physical fitness.
“The funny thing about firemen is, night and day, they are always firemen”
Gregory Widen, Backdraft
Emergency Worker Casualties on 9/11
Of the 2,977 victims killed in the September 11 attacks, 411 were emergency workers in New York City who responded to the World Trade Center.