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Passaic County Freeholders to Hold Memorial for 9/11

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WAYNE, NJ - On Tuesday, September 8, the Passaic County Board of Chosen Freeholders will be sponsoring a 9/11 memorial service to honor all of those lost during this tragedy.

The public is invited to join local elected officials, first responders and veterans in this service that will take place at 7pm at the Public Safety Academy located at 300 Oldham Road in Wayne.

For more information, visit www.pccc.edu/directions

 

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