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9/11 sculpture: A place of sorrow but also of healing

Piece dedicated in solemn ceremony in Saratoga Springs

A ceremony was held Sunday to inaugurate the sculpture "Tempered By Memory" and reflect upon Sept. 11, 2001 at the permanent site of the sculpture in High Rock Park.
A ceremony was held Sunday to inaugurate the sculpture "Tempered By Memory" and reflect upon Sept. 11, 2001 at the permanent site of the sculpture in High Rock Park.
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Judy Hefter was close to tears as she gazed up at the “Tempered by Memory” sculpture in High Rock Park on Sunday. “Just to see it, I don’t know what to say,” the Saratoga Springs resident sighed, a hand to her lips, her eyes on the 25-foot-tall twisted mass of tarnished steel that was culled from the wreckage of the World Trade Center. Hefter was one of about 200 people who came to the park ...


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Sparkys_Dad
September 10, 2012
8:27 a.m.

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From the photograph, it looks like a pooka. Like a rabbit munchin' on a carrot. Great piece. Interesting.

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