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MTFR personnel, Bob Cooper, stood at attention during the event’s opening ceremony. (Submitted photo by Patrick O'Reilly)

MTFR personnel, Bob Cooper, stood at attention during the event’s opening ceremony. (Submitted photo by Patrick O'Reilly)

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The second annual Yellow Springs 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb at Antioch College was held this past Saturday morning in historic Antioch Hall. A total of 110 climbers participated from as far away as New York, raising over $17,000 for the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation. The climb is organized by Miami Township Fire-Rescue and ServiceMaster Restore by Angler Construction and is made possible through the support of numerous sponsors and volunteers. The funds raised support the Foundation’s mission to honor and remember our fallen fire service heroes, including those killed on 9/11.

MTFR personnel, Jason Powell, stood at attention during the event’s opening ceremony. (Submitted photo by Patrick O'Reilly)

MTFR personnel, Jason Powell, stood at attention during the event’s opening ceremony. (Submitted photo by Patrick O’Reilly)

Aimee Maychack carried a flag through main building during the climb. (Submitted photo by Patrick O'Reilly)

Aimee Maychack carried a flag through main building during the climb. (Submitted photo by Patrick O’Reilly)

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by YS News Staff