Marking World War I with ‘Bells of Peace’

North Brunswick Wreaths Across America members participated in the Bells of Peace nationally on Nov. 11 by tolling the bell 21 times at 11 a.m. in Elmwood Cemetery, North Brunswick, in honor and remembrance of all who served and sacrificed their lives in World War I. Sponsored by the Doughboy Foundation. Pictured are Eleanor Molloy, president of Elmwood Cemetery, left to right; U.S. Navy veteran Jim Kletz; North Brunswick Councilman Bob Davis; and Pete Clark, Wreaths Across America committee member.PHOTO COURTESY OF AMIE REHILL, ELMWOOD CEMETERY
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North Brunswick Wreaths Across America members participated in the Bells of Peace nationally on Nov. 11 by tolling the bell 21 times at 11 a.m. in Elmwood Cemetery, North Brunswick, in honor and remembrance of all who served and sacrificed their lives in World War I. Sponsored by the Doughboy Foundation. Pictured are Eleanor Molloy, president of Elmwood Cemetery, left to right; U.S. Navy veteran Jim Kletz; North Brunswick Councilman Bob Davis; and Pete Clark, Wreaths Across America committee member.PHOTO COURTESY OF AMIE REHILL, ELMWOOD CEMETERY