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St. Michael’s holds 9/11 Memorial Run

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Al Santora (l.) hugs friend Veronica Hartley at the conclusion of a 9/11 ceremony at St. Michael's Cemetery, as her daughter Carolyn looks on. A memorial run was followed by a remembrance in the cemetery's chapel. Photo by Christina Santucci
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A sleeping Calla McGarvey of Astoria is carried home from the 9/11 Memorial Run at St. Michael’s. Photo by Christina Santucci
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Tony Meloni, NY AntiCrime Director, attends the 9/11 ceremony at St. Michael's. Photo by Christina Santucci
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Participants watch the program. Photo by Christina Santucci
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Organizers including Al (third l.) and Maureen (fifth l.) Santora join elected officials for a photo at the conclusion of the program. Photo by Christina Santucci
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A youngster dozes off after the strenous run. Photo by Christina Santucci

St. Michael’s Cemetery held a “Remember Me Run” to support the children of those who died from working on the 9/11 World Trade Center pile. Funds raised were slated to go to the Christopher Santora Scholarship Fund, which was started by Santora’s parents.

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