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Woodbridge will host Memorial Day Service, flag raising ceremony

WOODBRIDGE – Township officials and the township Veterans Alliance will host a Memorial Day Service and flag raising ceremony to honor all service men and women.

The service will begin at 11 a.m. outside the township municipal building, 1 Main Street, on May 25. Social distancing protocols will be in place, participants and guests must wear face masks.

The Woodbridge Township Veterans Alliance led by coordinator John Eberhardt represents the various Veterans organizations that provide services and support to township veterans and enlisted service personnel.

The Veterans Alliance American Legion Post No. 87, commander Mike Jarnutoski and Ray Deliman; American Legion Post No.248, Commander Juan Carlos Arencibia; American Legion T. Nulty Post No. 471, Commander Ray Orris and Gene Bernhardt; Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Memorial Post No. 1352 in Hopelawn, Commander William J. Wisk; VFW Memorial Post No. 4410 in Woodbridge, Commander Al Jankowski; VFW Memorial Post No. 6061 in Colonia, Commander Bill Curia; VFW Memorial Post No. 7164 in Avenel, Commander Gerald Malone; VFW Memorial Post No.2636 in Iselin; Commander Vinny Lupiano; Kevin Reinhardt Marine Corps League and Montford Point Marines, Commandant Gary T. White; Disabled American Veterans Post No. 56, Commander John McKintosh and George Schnepf; United States Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla 04-04 Station Sewaren, Commander Mike Rebeck and George Reilly.

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