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Tamarac, Fla. (September 8, 2021) – The City of Tamarac will observe the 20th Anniversary of the events of Sept. 11, 2001, with a community tribute to first responders serving the City, while also remembering victims, survivors and heroes of that fateful day in U.S. history.
Tamarac’s “Honk for a Hero” Drive-Thru Tribute will be held at City Hall, 7525 NW 88th Avenue, on Saturday, Sept. 11, at 10:30 a.m. The entire community is invited to this free drive-thru event to honk their vehicle horns in gratitude for the first responders who serve Tamarac. Fire engines and police service vehicles will be showcased for the whole family to enjoy from the safety of their cars.
Attendees will receive a goody bag filled with community resources, fun gifts and New York Times best-seller, “I Survived the Attacks of September 11, 2001,” by Lauren Tarshis. One goody bag is available per vehicle, on a first-come, first-served basis.
Motorists may enter the City Hall parking lot from southbound Pine Island Road. Staff will guide drivers through the event area. Vehicle windows must remain up at all times while participating in the drive-thru.
For more information about the “Honk for a Hero” event, visit www.Tamarac.org/SpecialEvents or call the City of Tamarac’s Parks and Recreation Department at (954) 597-3620.
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ABOUT THE CITY OF TAMARAC
Tamarac covers a 12-square mile area in western Broward County and is home to more than 65,000 residents and approximately 2,000 businesses. Ideally situated, Tamarac provides easy access to highways, railways, airports and waterways, and a wealth of cultural and sports activities. Tamarac’s median age continues to grow younger and the population more diverse, as people recognize the City as a great place to spend their lives. For more information visit www.Tamarac.org.