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Travel Suggestion: Visit the Battleship New Jersey to Support the Red Cross

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TAPintoTravels – The American Red Cross will kick off March for Red Cross Month with a ceremony and flag raising aboard the Battleship New Jersey on Sunday, March 4 from 12 to 1 p.m. at 100 Clinton St. in Camden.

This ceremony is free to public and will feature remarks from Camden Mayor Francisco Moran on the ship's forward deck.

The Red Cross flag will be raised on the battleship’s main mast following mayor's speech and the ship's exterior lights will shine red throughout March for Red Cross Month.

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