North Brunswick celebrates Independence Day

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Councilman Bob Davis, left, reads a proclamation from the mayor's office regarding Independence Day during a Fourth of July celebration in North Brunswick on July 2.PHOTOS COURTESY OF HARRY ROSSMANN
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William Ojeda, a Revolutionary soldier of the present, gave a presentation during the July 4 celebration in North Brunswick.PHOTOS COURTESY OF HARRY ROSSMANN
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Councilman Bob Davis, left, reads a proclamation from the mayor's office regarding Independence Day during a Fourth of July celebration in North Brunswick on July 2.PHOTOS COURTESY OF HARRY ROSSMANN
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William Ojeda, a Revolutionary soldier of the present, gave a presentation during the July 4 celebration in North Brunswick.PHOTOS COURTESY OF HARRY ROSSMANN

The North Brunswick community celebrated Independence Day with a pre-July 4 program on July 2 at the North Brunswick Municipal Complex.

Rose Maguire of the Rockingham Historical Association spoke. Mayor Francis “Mac” Womack’s office issued a proclamation for Independence Day. William Ojeda, a Revolutionary soldier of the present, gave a presentation. After public comment, there was a reading of the Declaration of Independence and patriotic songs.