Volunteers replace flags at veterans’ gravesites in North Brunswick

The Woman’s Club of North Brunswick and students from North Brunswick Township High School Model UN Club participated in a pre-Memorial Day activity by replacing tattered American flags at the gravesites of veterans at Elmwood Cemetery in North Brunswick on May 19. Through their volunteer efforts, more than 400 flags were added or replaced with sponsorship by the North Brunswick Remembers World War 1 Centennial Committee, American Legion Post 459 and The Elmwood Cemetery Association.PHOTO COURTESY OF SHERAL ROSSMANN
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The Woman’s Club of North Brunswick and students from North Brunswick Township High School Model UN Club participated in a pre-Memorial Day activity by replacing tattered American flags at the gravesites of veterans at Elmwood Cemetery in North Brunswick on May 19. Through their volunteer efforts, more than 400 flags were added or replaced with sponsorship by the North Brunswick Remembers World War 1 Centennial Committee, American Legion Post 459 and The Elmwood Cemetery Association.PHOTO COURTESY OF SHERAL ROSSMANN

PHOTO COURTESY OF SHERAL ROSSMANN

The Woman’s Club of North Brunswick and students from North Brunswick Township High School Model UN Club participated in a pre-Memorial Day activity by replacing tattered American flags at the gravesites of veterans at Elmwood Cemetery in North Brunswick on May 19. Through their volunteer efforts, more than 400 flags were added or replaced with sponsorship by the North Brunswick Remembers World War 1 Centennial Committee, American Legion Post 459 and The Elmwood Cemetery Association.