Women's Lacrosse To Host Public Viewing of "Man In Red Bandana"

Women's Lacrosse To Host Public Viewing of "Man In Red Bandana"

The St. Thomas Aquinas College Women's Lacrosse team will be hosting a very special event inside of Aquinas Hall Gymnasium on Wednesday, September 20th at 7pm.

As part of the remembrance of the attacks on the United States of America, sixteen years ago on September 11, 2001, the Spartans are inviting those both in the STAC family and the surrounding community to campus for a public viewing of the newly released documentary movie, Man In Red Bandana.

The film is the inspirational story of an American hero - Welles Remy Crowther. A native of Nyack, NY and graduate of Nyack High School, Welles worked on the 104th floor of the World Trade Center South Tower and saved many people on September 11th.  Tragically, he died that day, but his heroics became known eight months later as a result of an ordinary item - a red bandana.

The film re-traces Welles’ courageous actions that fateful day, and examines the many people (family, friends and strangers) who have been inspired by Welles’ actions and the unique ways in which they have honored him.

Admission to this event is free of charge, and light snacks & beverages will be available for purchase.

Also, an opportunity for donations to be made to the Welles Remy Crowther Charitable Trust will occur during the evening.

Seating for this special viewing is limited, so please RSVP with Spartan Women's Lacrosse Assistant Coach, Terese Buechli at tbuechli@stac.edu.