9/11 World Trade Center Memorial Fundraiser

WE NEED YOUR HELP, SLYCE NATION

This public memorial to be built by Pinellas Suncoast Fire & Rescue will be a powerful way to ensure the memory of the victims and heroes of 9/11 live on.

9/11 Memorial Fundraiser - Indian Rocks Beach, FL

9/11 Memorial Fundraiser – Indian Rocks Beach, FL

The 911 World Trade Center Memorial will feature the iconic vision so prevalent in all our minds – the steel inner structures of the towers. Constructed of stainless steel, these two structures will flank the upright 36-inch, rippled piece of I-beam from the Trade Center. The I-beam will be wrapped with a stainless steel draped flag, stars cut from the flag to reveal the artifact, and burnished to represent the colors.

These will be placed on a debris field in an elevated brick structure the shape of the pentagon. Water will flow down the flag into a reflecting pool that will represent the water so close to the towers and the escape route for so many survivors.

Slyce Pizza Bar will be accepting donations throughout the weekend in an effort to raise the required $1700 needed to complete the memorial. Stop by Slyce to donate, and bring the kids to tour the fire trucks!

If you can’t make it to Slyce but would still like to help in our efforts to honor those who lost their lives on September 11, 2001, the Indian Rocks Volunteer Fireman’s Association is accepting donations.

You can make checks payable to “IRVFA Nine-Eleven Memorial Fund” and mail them to 304 First Street, Indian Rocks Beach, FL 33785; or you may make a donation at any Fifth Third Bank.

McKinley Moore needs our help.

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McKinley Moore is a sweet, two-year-old little angel who was recently diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL).

Young McKinley has a long road of testing ahead of her, including spinal taps and bone marrow testing. She has already begun chemotherapy treatments that will last the next two to three years.

To learn more about McKinley and the Moore family, and to consider making a donation (no matter how small), please visit http://www.gofundme.com/lovemckinley.

Thank you all for your love and consideration.

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As we approach Memorial Day weekend, busily preparing for all the wonderful activities and gatherings ahead, we’d like to take a moment to pay tribute to our own fallen hero, SSG Matthew Sitton.

To all who have made the ultimate sacrifice, and to the families that carry on in their names, we salute you.

Help fill the donation tree

Slyce proudly presents the Carlton Manor donation tree. Your generosity benefits the children of Carlton Manor, a not-for-profit human service agency providing therapeutic services to abused, neglected and severely emotionally handicapped children in Pinellas and Pasco counties. You give to them, we give to you. From now until Dec 20, put your name on our donation tree and receive the gift of Slyce. Thank you for your kindness.

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