On Sunday, September 11th at the Neffsville Fire Station (200 East Oregon Road, Lititz, PA.), Manheim Township Fire Rescue is teaming up with the Manheim Township Police Department for a 9/11 Remembrance Workout event starting promptly at 9 am.
The event is free to attend, and the public are invited to take part in the workout session with Fire Rescue and Police personnel.
The workout will focus on the Murph Crossfit Workout, which consists of a mile run, followed by 300 air squats, 200 push-ups, 100 pull-ups and ends with another mile run. Participants can also partake in whatever repetitions they are comfortable with.
“We understand that everyone reflects on this day differently, but it also gives us time to connect and build stronger community relations while remembering the fallen, said Manheim Township Fire Rescue Chief, Scott Little. “This year, Manheim Township Police and Fire Rescue are teaming up to challenge members of our community to come out, meet members of police and fire, and participate alongside them in a workout.”
There will be music provided by a DJ, and water will be available on location. Participants are encouraged to bring their workout gear and arrive early.
“MTPD is looking forward to co-hosting this event with MT Fire Rescue, and paying our respects, and honoring those we lost on September 11th, 2001,” said Manheim Township Police Chief, Tom Rudzinski.
To learn more about this 9/11 Remembrance Workout event, please visit - https://bit.ly/9-11-Remembrance-Event-MTFR