Please Join Us as we Honor our Veterans


Please Join Us as we Honor our Veterans

Friday, November 8, 1:30 PM

Saint Francis Residential Community

Club Room

122 Diamond Spring Rd.

Denville, NJ



“We Honor Those Who Served”

presented by Professor James Kane

A one hour program to honor & celebrate those who served honorably at any time in any branch of the service.  The proxy wars of Korea and Vietnam, America at War 1941-1945.  The attack on Pearl Harbor, the war in the Pacific, Americans at home serving on the ‘Home Front’, the D Day Landings, the Battle of the Bulge, the Flag Raisers of Iwo Jima and the surrender in Tokyo Bay on Sept 2, 1945.


We welcome our guest,

Ken Brenzel, Veterans Service Officer, from the Morris County Department of Human Services will be on site to give a brief overview on what services are offered to Veterans in Morris County.



Please RSVP if possible to 973-627-5647 or

Contact Information
  1. Debra Shay
  2. 973-627-5647
Fri, November 08
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Please Join Us as we Honor our Veterans

Friday, November 8, 1:30 PM

Saint Francis Residential Community

Club Room

122 Diamond Spring Rd.

Denville, NJ


“We Honor Those Who Served”

presented by Professor James Kane

A one hour program to honor & celebrate those who served honorably at any time in any branch of the service. The proxy ...

122 Diamond Spring Rd Denville, NJ 07834 true

Saint Francis Residential Community

122 Diamond Spring Rd
Denville, NJ 07834

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