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All veterans are invited to attend a special ceremony to remember the anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor, presented by the Camden and Gloucester County Freeholders, at 10:30am on Tuesday, Dec. 5.
The ceremony, which will take place on the fantail (tented rear deck) of the Battleship, will feature keynote remarks by Con. Donald Norcross, 1st District, NJ, musical performances by Eastern High School Band, singer Maria DiSciullo, and bugler Greg Murphy, a 21 Gun Salute by Marine Corps League 1775 Detachment, salutes to veterans and a wreath presentation to remember those killed in the Pearl Harbor attack. Battleship Board of Trustee Member Perry Levine will receive the Peter Molnar Award, presented to a veteran helping other veterans.
The event is free to attend and there will also be complimentary coffee and hot chocolate, courtesy of the Camden County Canteen. Free parking, provided by the Camden Parking Authority, in Lot #1, across from BB&T Pavilion, and shuttle service, donated by South Jersey Transportation Authority, will be available.
Philadelphia Auto Show attendees: Save 20% on a tour of the Battleship New Jersey, located on the Camden Waterfront, NJ, through Feb. 24, 2019. Just show your Auto Show ticket or ticket stub at the Battleship’s Ticket Office for your discount.
The Philadelphia Auto Show will take place at the Pennsylvania Convention Center, February 2 through 10. For more information on the Philadelphia Auto Show, visit www.phillyautoshow.com.
The Battleship is open for tours on Saturdays, Sundays, MLK Day, Monday, Jan. 21 and Presidents Day, Feb. 18, from 9:30am to 3pm through February. The Battleship can open any day for a scheduled group tour, rental event or overnight. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 866-877-6262 x144.
The Camden County Freeholder Board and Gloucester County Freeholder Board will mark the 78th anniversary of the December 7, 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor.
“Each year we gather to honor those who served and lost their lives at Pearl Harbor on the fateful day that threw the U.S. into World War II,” said Freeholder Bill Moen. “The Freeholder Board invites all county residents to the Battleship to reflect on the contributions of the men and women, past and present, who have faithfully served our nation.”
The event is free and open to the public. Free parking is available.