The Wisconsin 9/11 Memorial & Education Center

A group of 69 students from Coleman High School sitting on the rotunda of the Wisconsin 9-11 Memorial

30 runs to remember

30 Runs to Remember in honor of the West Bend Veterans Honor Guard. Logo from American Companies. There's a background with stars.

Peter Rettler is celebrating nearly 30 years without missing a day of running by raising donations for the Memorial. The funds will subsidize field trips to the Memorial for local schools. For 30 days in December, Peter will run to honor those tied to 9/11, the military, and first responders. This fundraiser, “30 Runs to Remember,” has raised almost $30,000 so far.

Teaching Kids About 9/11
Educational resources, lesson plans, and curriculum material for teachers.
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Visiting the Memorial
Visiting the Wisconsin 9/11 Memorial? Here is some information you should know.
The Meaning Behind the Memorial Design
Each component of the Wisconsin 9/11 Memorial has a sense of meaning. Find out what each part represents.
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Our Mission: To build and sustain a 9/11 memorial to remember the victims, honor those who responded, celebrate the resilience of our communities and country, and educate future generations.

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9/11 Memorial roadway sign

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Make a monetary donation to support maintenance, events, and ongoing programming for the Memorial.

Bricks at the Wisconsin 9/11 Memorial

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A view of the Veterans Area of the Wisconsin 9/11 Memorial & Education Center

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