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On Wednesday, May 15, 2013 the Rotary Club of Wall Street New York, will be hosting a special screening of the film feature “16 Acres” at Silverstein Properties, 7 World Trade Center.
16 Acres tells the story of how and why the World Trade Center was rebuilt following the tragic events of September 11, 2001. The rebuilding of ground zero is one of the most architecturally, politically, and emotionally complex urban renewal projects in American history. Three thousand workers are building four of the tallest skyscrapers in America, an iconic train station, a performing arts center, a sacred memorial and museum. What will emerge in downtown Manhattan over the next few years will redefine the New York City and our nation for generations.
The Rotary Club of Wall Street is proud to support the artistic and historical endeavor that is 16 Acres, and showcase it in a spectacular venue in the World Trade Center, overlooking the 9/11 Memorial. Together with our venue sponsor, Silverstein Properties, and other generous supporters like you, we can be a part of the monumental undertaking to preserve the legacy of 9/11 and the rebuilding efforts.
Film Screening Program
- Formal welcome and introduction of Sponsors;
- Screening of documentary feature 16 Acres;
- High Profile Panel Discussion and Q&A with the audience;
- Reception with cocktails, hors d'oeuvres and music;
- High-End Auction, including World Trade Center Tour, New York Stock Exchange Tour, Art Works, Signed Photographs, WTC Construction Helmet & Vest signed by Larry Silverstein, etc. Bid at wallstreetrotary.org/auction
Thank you to our 2013 Film Event Sponsors!
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Rotary Club of Wall Street New York
The Rotary Club of Wall Street along with its Rotary Club of Wall Street Foundation, based in the Financial District of New York City, is one of the leading clubs comprising Rotary International. Rotary’s core objective is service — in the community, in the workplace, and around the globe. The 1.2 million Rotarians who make up more than 34,000 Rotary clubs in nearly every country in the world share a dedication to the principle of “Service Above Self.”
Our Club members are a diverse group of business professionals, corporate leaders and educators, committed to the service mission of Rotary International. We have spearheaded a number of significant humanitarian initiatives designed for the betterment of the New York City community and communities worldwide, including: Hurricane Sandy Relief Efforts; Coalition for the Homeless Food Van; Outreach Meal Packaging Program; Youth Leadership Council in collaboration with the High School of Economics & Finance; the Bowery Mission, Nazareth Housing, and Ronald McDonald House Support Efforts; End Polio Now; Freshwater Projects International; Gift of Life; Shelter Box; Urban Shelter Kits Project; Day Clinic Dewanbegi Project; New York Cares Day; Books for Kids; Foundation for the Revival of Classical Culture; and Hands on New York Day. For further information on the Rotary Club of Wall Street and the domestic and global programs we support, please visit our website at: www.wallstreetrotary.org.