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Holy Family Students Service Recognition

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The students and staff at Holy Family School held a recognition breakfast donated by our HSA.

Every student in the school came to acknowledge the wonderful and dedicated service men and women in Florham Park.  In attendance was the Florham Park Police Department, Fire Department and the EMT.

Holy Family Students recognize the importance of being a service to others.  Today,  they were able to give thanks to people who stand for others everyday.

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