Veterans thankful for remembrance of World War I


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The A. Leigh Pardun American Legion Post 459 of North Brunswick, the Clark-Moetz VFW Post 2319 of North Brunswick and Milltown, the North Brunswick World War 1 Centennial Commemoration Committee and North Brunswick Township High School wish to thank and express their sincere appreciation to all who participated, assisted, helped and donated to the North Brunswick Remembers World War 1 event held on Oct. 21.

Without support from the community, programs of this nature, which display the contribution of our local citizens in world altering events, would not be possible.

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It is the duty of local veterans’ organizations to promote and teach those historic and patriotic values which are the underpinnings of our Republic. We are grateful for the opportunity and we are grateful for the assistance and attendees.

Richard A. Pender
Senior vice commander
American Legion Post 459
North Brunswick

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