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World Trade Center memorials and vigils slated for Queens include:

Friday, Sept. 14, 7 p.m.

two locations:

* Bell Boulevard, Bayside

* 164th Street between 34th and 35th avenues, Flushing

Saturday, Sept. 15

* noon, Queens Center Mall

* shoppers will have an opportunity to sign a "Wall of Thanks" for the rescue workers

* Bell Boulevard, Bayside, 8 p.m.

* candlelight vigil

Many people wish to donate supplies to rescue workers at the site of the World Trade Center attack.

Some supplies requested include:

aspirin/Tylenol

blankets

bottled water

canned goods

dog food for police K-9 units

dust masks

energy bars

eye solution

gatorade

gauze

hard hats

rain gear

socks

sweatshirts, T-shirts

toothbrushes

towels

underwear

work boots

work gloves

Some drop-off sites in Queens include:

* Bayside Volunteer Ambulance Corps/New Apostolic Church

Two drop off sites:

214-23 42nd Ave.

208th Street & 43rd Ave

Bayside

* State Assemblywoman Ann-Margaret Carrozza's office

33-17 Francis Lewis Blvd.

Bayside

The office is serving as a satellite location for the Queens Chapter of the American Red Cross.

* Community Board 11

46-21 Little Neck Pkwy

Little Neck

* Cross Island Y

238-10 Hillside Ave.

Bellerose

* Mishkin, Miller & Foreman

238-25 Hillside Ave

Bellerose

Roseanne Tabosky, organizer

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