Women Veterans Appreciation Day

The Livingston Committee for Diversity and Inclusion will be celebrating Women Veterans Appreciation Day at township hall on Saturday, June 12th at 11 am. In honor of the late Ruth Cross and women who have served in the military, a wreath ceremony will take place. Livingston was the first township to recognize this day on the same day that Lt. Governor Sheila Oliver signed it into law as a NJ State holiday. Please join us in recognizing Ruth Cross and all other women veterans at this ceremony.

Sat, June 12
11:00 am — 1:00 pm
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The Livingston Committee for Diversity and Inclusion will be celebrating Women Veterans Appreciation Day at township hall on Saturday, June 12th at 11 am. In honor of the late Ruth Cross and women who have served in the military, a wreath ceremony will take place. Livingston was the first township to recognize this day on the same day that Lt. Governor Sheila Oliver signed it into law as a NJ ...

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