NORTH PLAINFIELD, NJ - The Borough of North Plainfield held its annual 9/11 Silent Procession ceremony at 8:30 a.m. on Sept. 11, 2019, where the community gathered to commemorate the victims of September 11th, 2001.  

The ceremony was coordinated by the North Plainfield Police, Fire/EMS and Public Works departments, where members marched down Somerset Street and then gathered at Somerset and Lincoln for a brief service. 

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Chief William Parenti spoke a few words to the crowd, which included all of the students and staff from Somerset School.  Reverend Scott Harris of Trinity Reformed Church gave an invocation and a member of the Somerset County Pipes and Drums was in attendance to play the bagpipe.

 

For more see:

Remembering 9/11: a Warren resident remembers

 

 

 

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