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    Honolulu police officers and a color guard headed up the Mayor’s Remembrance Walk on Sunday as it proceeded along Punchbowl Street toward Hono­lulu Hale. The walk, held in observance of the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, also honors emergency personnel and other agencies. During the event, Mayor Peter Car­lisle laid wreaths at Hono­lulu Police Department headquarters, Hono­lulu Fire Department headquarters and the Eternal Flame at Hono­lulu Hale.

The public is invited to participate in Mayor Kirk Caldwell and Honolulu’s first responders at the Mayor’s Remembrance Walk honoring the victims of the September 11 attacks on Sunday in front of the Honolulu Police Department on Beretania St.

The walk starts at 5 p.m. and parking will be free at the Frank F. Fasi municipal parking lot.

From the HPD Headquarters, the walk proceeds to the Honolulu Fire Department on Queen St. and ends at the Eternal Flame in front of Honolulu Hale.

Personnel from Honolulu Police, fire, emergency services, emergency management, a color guard unit, Celtic Pipes, and Drums of Hawaii will march in the walk.

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