FANWOOD, NJ -- The Historic Preservation Commission of Fanwood will present a program of reminiscences about life in Fanwood dating back to a period 60 to 80 years ago.

Three Fanwood residents, June McCarthy, Earl Phillips, and Joe Schott whose combined ages total more than 275 years will give accounts of what everyday living was like in their growing-up years in Fanwood.

The event is scheduled for Sunday, Nov. 5, at 2:00 p.m. in the Fanwood Museum  located in the Historic Railroad Station at the corner of Martine and North Avenues.

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While the program is intended for residents who have acquired residence in Fanwood in the last few years, everyone is very welcome to attend. 

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