The Police Foundation announced today that it will be the sponsor of the 2022 Town of Juno Beach September 11th Remembrance Ceremony.
This annual event, held at the Mark Fuller designed monument on Ocean Drive near Town Hall and the Juno Police Headquarters, was designed with the intent of expressing compassion, an image of peace, and tranquility. The graphic imagery and materials are visually inviting, positive, and welcoming.
The ceremony will commence at 9:00 a.m. on Sunday, September 11th with an invocation, followed by a moment of silence led by Police Chaplain, the Reverend Emily McGee, Pastor of the Juno Beach United Methodist Church.
Singer-songwriter Monique McCall, a West Palm Beach native, will open the program with a song from one of her hit collaborations “There’s no better place, than the United States.”
Juno Beach Mayor, DD Halpern, will introduce Guest Speaker Maria Marino, the Palm Beach County Commissioner, and a 2019 Women of Excellence Award Honoree by the National Foundation of Women Legislators. Ms. Marino will speak of “The moment in our history when this nation as we knew it changed forever.”
Juno Beach Chief of Police Brian Smith who participated in the September 11th recovery effort as a member of the New York City Police Department (NYPD) will give the closing remarks.
The ceremony will end with Ms. McCall singing her widely acclaimed musical rendition of “God Bless America.”
Prior to, and following the ceremony, the Bagel Boyz Food Truck, funded by the Police Foundation, will be available for free coffee and light breakfast food in the Town Hall parking lot.