CRANFORD, NJ - With the holiday's approaching it is the time again for the Cranford VFW to remember the greatest attack on our nation..Pearl Harbor. The Cranford VFW has a long history of being one of the only fraternal organizations to memorializing Pearl Harbor Day on the the actual date, December 7th. The Cranford Post holds a ceremony of remembrance every year at the Post at 9A.M. The service is kicked of with reflections of that brutal day as well as a playing of President Roosevelt's Day of Infamy speech. This yer the Post will have a special playing of Anchors Away and Danny Boy by Bag Piper Tom Bell of the Cranford Police Department. The ceremony will finish with a 21 gun salute to remember the fallen heroes of that attack on our GREAT land.
Ceremony to start at 9 am sharp at the Cranford VFW Post Flag Pole. Light refreshments will be served afterwards downstairs at the Post. Any questions please contact Post Commander Jay Boxwell at 908-296-3843
God Bless America
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