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Roselle Seniors Enjoy Annual Picnic

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Roselle Seniors Enjoy Annual Picnic Credits: Kathy Lloyd
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ROSELLE, NJ - It was a very hot afternoon this past Friday, but the heat did not stop the seniors of Roselle from coming out for their annual Senior Picnic. Entertainment included music for dancing and live Jazz music was also performed. 

The event hosted by the Roselle Mayor Christine Dansereau, Borough Council and the Roselle Recreation Dept., treated the seniors to hot dogs, burgers, and a lot of other picnic goodies. 

 

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