Twenty years later, We will never forget: North Brunswick Buddy Ball commemorates anniversary of Sept. 11

North Brunswick Buddy Ball Soccer and the North Brunswick Soccer Club held a brief memorial program at North Brunswick Community Park on Sept. 11 as part of Opening Day of the fall soccer season. Hayley Rutkowski, left, presented the American flag, and Lauren LiBou presented a bouquet of flowers in memory of all who lost their lives during the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks. The bouquet of flowers were later presented at North Brunswick's Sept. 11 Memorial site on Hermann Road. PHOTO COURTESY OF PETE CLARK
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North Brunswick Buddy Ball Soccer and the North Brunswick Soccer Club held a brief memorial program at North Brunswick Community Park on Sept. 11 as part of Opening Day of the fall soccer season. Hayley Rutkowski, left, presented the American flag, and Lauren LiBou presented a bouquet of flowers in memory of all who lost their lives during the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks. The bouquet of flowers were later presented at North Brunswick's Sept. 11 Memorial site on Hermann Road. PHOTO COURTESY OF PETE CLARK

PHOTO COURTESY OF PETE CLARK

North Brunswick Buddy Ball Soccer and the North Brunswick Soccer Club held a brief memorial program at North Brunswick Community Park as part of Opening Day of the fall soccer season. Hayley Rutkowski, left, presented the American flag, and Lauren LiBou presented a bouquet of flowers in memory of all who lost their lives during the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks. The bouquet of flowers were later presented at North Brunswick’s Sept. 11 Memorial site on Hermann Road.