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Berkeley Heights YMCA Serves Breakfast to Veterans: Photo Gallery

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Summit Area YMCA President and CEO Paul Kieltyka, Post Commander Tom Lombardi and Berkeley Heights YMCA Executive Director Tiffany Escott. Credits: Bobbie Peer
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BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - The Berkeley Heights YMCA partnered with the VFW Post 6259 for a breakfast at the post on Veterans Day serving 80 veterans and their families after the Township's Veterans Day Ceremony.

"At the Summit Area YMCA, we would like to thank our veterans for their bravery, courage and loyalty to their country and for allowing us the opportunity to freely live and serve our communities," said the Summit Area YMCA.  

Following breakfast, a crowd gathered to commemorate Veterans Day in Berkeley Heights. Veterans, families, and members of the Berkeley Heights governing body gathered at 11 a.m. on the lawn of VFW Post 6259 to pay respects on Veterans Day.

Click here to learn more about the Summit Area YMCA in Berkeley Heights.  

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