The Wisconsin 9/11 Memorial & Education Center


Kewaskum Remembers 9/11, Inc., announces the hiring of Anne Trautner as its new executive director.

Trautner has closely followed and reported on the progress of the memorial since 2015 as a journalist for the Kewaskum Statesman. Trautner, the clerk for the Town of Kewaskum and co-author of “Kewaskum, Wisconsin: The Making of a Village,” will continue reporting for the Statesman on a part-time basis.

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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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