Peace Garden to host September 11 memorial event | News, Sports, Jobs – Minot Daily News

Peace Garden to host September 11 memorial event | News, Sports, Jobs – Minot Daily News

Sep 8, 2022
Submitted Photo The 9/11 Memorial Site at the International Peace Garden will host a special event on Sunday. Special guests from the United States and Canada will take part in the program.
DUNSEITH — The International Peace Garden will hold a 9/11 Memorial on Sunday at 11 a.m. The event is free and open to the public.
Those attending are encouraged to arrive by 10:30 a.m. and take seats by 10:45 a.m. for the 11 a.m. ceremony. The ceremony will be held in the Conservatory lobby in case of inclement weather. A buffet lunch costing $15 will follow the ceremony in the Conservatory/Cafe.  
The event will be held at the 9/11 Memorial Site, which was established in 2002 through the work of the IPG board, the North Dakota and Manitoba governments and the Brandon and Minot Rotary Clubs.
“This is always a special and important event at the garden, where we reflect on how 9/11 changed the world. It still serves as a reminder of the importance of peace and strong partnerships like the one between Canada and the United States,” said Tim Chapman, CEO of the International Peace Garden.
Speakers for the 21th anniversary of 9/11 include Heather Stefanson, premier of Manitoba; Michael Kelsch, staff representative of Sen. Kevin Cramer; Doyle Piwniuk, minister of Transportation and Infrastructure for the province of Manitoba; Dwight MacAulay, former chief of protocol with the Government of Manitoba; Charlie Thomsen, IPG past president and current board member; Brian Koontz, U.S. consul in Winnipeg; Padre Capt. David Chang, CFB Shilo; and Dorothy Dobbie, IPG president. The Bottineau High School Choir will be performing.
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