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  • December Newsletter & Programs
    I hope everyone enjoyed the Thanksgiving Holiday! It’s hard to believe at this time of gratitude we're mourning the loss of those who tragically lost their lives in Michigan and Wisconsin. We send our condolences to the families and friends of those impacted.
  • Happy Thanksgiving from VOICES!
    This Thanksgiving, many of us will once again be observing the holiday surrounded by family and friends. After a year like no other, the simple pleasure of spending time with loved ones is something we appreciate more than ever.
  • Grief and the Holidays Workshop
    Grief is always painful, but it feels like someone turns up the volume on our grief during the holidays. We hope you will join us, for a virtual workshop on Wednesday, December 8, as we explore experiences of loss during the holiday season.
  • Voices of Reflection Art Store
    View VOICES private, curated collection of artistic expressions by artists of all ages from around the world. The 20th Anniversary was a fitting time to share our collection of art – reflections of hope and healing in response to 9/11.


Ripple Effect of 9/11 Inspires MCCC Performance Project

Stories from 9/11 survivors and witnesses come to life in “The 9/11 Memorial Performance Project,” to be performed by the Mercer County Community College (MCCC) Academic Theatre & Dance Company on Friday and Saturday, December 10 and 11 at 8 p.m. More.

9/11-Related Cancer Claims FDNY EMS Chief

A veteran FDNY EMS chief veteran died Tuesday from cancer related to his work at during the World Trade Center Attack. Alvin Suriel, 52, was the city's first Hispanic assistant chief of operations of EMS. More.