Bus 19 has found a permanent home on the location of Camp Shoresh along the foothills of the Catoctin Mountains in Maryland. The Camp Shoresh Board of Directors, as well as the sister of one of the victims, felt that Bus 19 should be used as a memorial to the victims and an educational venue to show the terrible effects of global terrorism. The Bus 19 Project Committee is currently seeking sponsors and donors for the Bus 19 Memorial Garden and Education Pavilion. The memorial garden and education pavilion will be designed, developed and constructed on the 2+ acres of land that Bus 19 now resides.
The Bus 19 Project has been fortunate to have Brenda Margolis, a graduate of the The University of Maryland School of Architecture and Preservation, to help us with the design specifications of the Bus 19 Project.