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Eric Eisenmann took himself and his children to the Mason fire department today to scrub fire truck wheels in 90 degree heat. He thinks it is just a small price to pay to to say thanks on this day.
"These guys are the real heroes that we experience every single day and this is just a way of giving back to them," said Eisenmann.
He and other volunteers came to the fire department for the 12th annual "Mason Cares" event to honor the fallen first responders.
"This is a way to model that for our children that its important to service those who really risk their lives and spend their lives helping us in ways every day," said Eisenmann.
It takes around 15 volunteers to scrub, wash and rinse a single fire truck in about half an hour. More than 30 people showed up to help the city of Mason.
"Its very heartwarming for the fire department to have the city come out like that and help support us," said Mark Howe, assistant chief at the Mason fire department.
Lansing also held it's own event this morning called "Lansing remembers" to remember the tragic events that happened that day.
"Today we will follow that timeline," said Steve Babcock, public information officer for the Lansing Fire Department. "Every moment in time, when something occurred, such as when flight 11 struck the north tower, a bell will ring a single toll."
Although the events happened in New York, there are many ties to the tragedy right here in our state.
"We've lost almost 3000 Michigan solider's, sailors and servicemen since this war on terror began," said Babcock.
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