Diamond Bar High grad rings opening bell on New York Stock Exchange

Olympic soccer star Alex Morgan, who graduated from Diamond Bar High School,
will ring the opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange this morning to
commemorate the Sept. 11 terror attacks, Morgan tweeted on Monday.

“Honored to ring the opening bell at the NYSE on 9/11 to support
@Action_America. Become an #actionist & make 9/11 a day of positive action!”
the 23-year-old Diamond Bar High School graduate said on her Twitter feed.

Action America is a nonprofit that aims to turn the Sept. 11 terror events
into a positive call for action by encouraging volunteerism and donations.

This year, the organization is supporting the three causes – the National
September 11 Memorial & Museum, the Wounded Warrior Project and Tuesday’s
Children, which provides support services to families impacted by the terror
attacks on New York’s World Trade Center 11 years ago.

Morgan rang the bell at the start of the trading day at the New York
Stock Exchange.

She scored the game-winning header against Canada in the semifinals of the
London Olympics this summer, propelling the team to the gold medal match against
Japan. The United States won the final match.