Pearl Harbor ceremony to be held by candlelight

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Ralph Andrews and Paul Carroll speak before the Pearl Harbor Ceremony in North Brunswick's Veterns Park on Dec 7.SCOTT JACOBS
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Local Veteran Paul Carroll speaks on behalf of the Pearl Harbor ceremony in North Brunswick's Veterns Park on Dec 7.SCOTT JACOBS
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Local Veterans and Enforcement Officers attended the anniversary of Pearl Harbor Ceremony in North Brunswick's Veterns Park on Dec 7.SCOTT JACOBS
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Local Veterans, military, officers and town officials attended the anniversary of Pearl Harbor Ceremony in North Brunswick's Veterns Park on Dec 7.SCOTT JACOBS
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Richard Pender (Right) and Paul Carroll spoke on behalf of the anniversary of Pearl Harbor at the ceromony that took place in North Brunswick's Veterns Park on Dec 7.SCOTT JACOBS
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Local Veteran Richard Pender speaks on behalf of the Pearl Harbor ceremony in North Brunswick's Veterns Park on Dec 7.SCOTT JACOBS
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Ralph Andrews and Paul Carroll speak before the Pearl Harbor Ceremony in North Brunswick's Veterns Park on Dec 7.SCOTT JACOBS
  2 / 6 
Local Veteran Paul Carroll speaks on behalf of the Pearl Harbor ceremony in North Brunswick's Veterns Park on Dec 7.SCOTT JACOBS
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Local Veterans and Enforcement Officers attended the anniversary of Pearl Harbor Ceremony in North Brunswick's Veterns Park on Dec 7.SCOTT JACOBS
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Local Veterans, military, officers and town officials attended the anniversary of Pearl Harbor Ceremony in North Brunswick's Veterns Park on Dec 7.SCOTT JACOBS
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Richard Pender (Right) and Paul Carroll spoke on behalf of the anniversary of Pearl Harbor at the ceromony that took place in North Brunswick's Veterns Park on Dec 7.SCOTT JACOBS
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Local Veteran Richard Pender speaks on behalf of the Pearl Harbor ceremony in North Brunswick's Veterns Park on Dec 7.SCOTT JACOBS

North Brunswick will hold its Pearl Harbor Commemorative Ceremony at 7 p.m. on Dec. 7 at the Veterans Monument at Veterans Park, Roosevelt Avenue, North Brunswick.

The public is invited and is asked to bring a flashlight to the ceremony.

In addition, North Brunswick residents and businesses are asked to display the American flag or display a blue bow on Dec. 7 in honor of all who lost their lives at Pearl Harbor.

For more information, call 908-307-3260.