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VOICES Newsletter

December 15, 2006
All of us at VOICES are looking forward to tomorrow’s Interfaith Remembrance Service at St. Paul’s Chapel as we remember and reflect during the holiday season. Last year’s event was very special and, again, acclaimed flutist, Ulla Suokko will fill the air with her beautiful music.

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December 8, 2006
VOICES will host an Interfaith Remembrance Service at St. Paul’s Chapel in NYC next Saturday, December 16th. As those who attended last year’s service can attest, the service was a wonderful, heartwarming ceremony filled with music and prayer.

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December 1, 2006
I am writing this letter from the University of Wisconsin, where I participated in a panel discussion focused on the importance of civic engagement. The event was sponsored by Court TV and Charter Communications and followed the screening of the documentary, "On Native Soil”.

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November 22, 2006
As we approach the holidays and celebrate Thanksgiving we pause to remember all those who perished on 9/11. We also count our many blessings and embrace all of you in the 9/11 community who have touched our lives. All of us at VOICES cherish your friendship and the continued support of so many.

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November 17, 2006
It is hard to believe that Thanksgiving is upon us next week! Our team at VOICES continues to work very hard on your behalf. The 9/11 Living Memorial Project is growing, as many of you have contacted our office to begin creating pages for your loved ones. This week we are highlighting the memorial pages created for Astrid Sohan, who worked at Marsh & McLennan.

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November 10, 2006
Democrats stormed back into power this Tuesday with an overwhelming swing in the House of Representatives and secured a majority of one in the Senate. During the campaign, the Democrats released “A New Direction For America” which laid out their agenda should they retake power.

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November 3, 2006
This week the news concerning the search for human remains at Ground Zero continues to be our focus. Like many of you, I attended the rally yesterday organized by Diane and Kurt Horning, Founders of WTC Families for Proper Burial and other family organizations, to ensure our voices are heard.