Monday: Memorial Day Parade; Township Offices Closed

memorial day 13 2The Memorial Day parade will begin with a service at the town’s Red Square, at 10 AM, followed by the parade to the All War Memorial Amphitheater at Lake Carasaljo, North Lake Drive, where the Memorial Day program will commence.

All Township offices will be closed Monday in observance of the Holiday.

There will be no trash pickup on Monday: Monday’s garbage and recycling will be picked up on Tuesday. Tuesday’s garbage and recycling will be picked up on Wednesday. There will be no bulk collection this week.

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6 COMMENTS

  1. In previous years there were more people in the parade than watching it. Come out and show your support for the people that have given up so much for us to live in this great country of ours.

  2. Most pple i know are working today. The kids are all in school as well. We wud all love to attend the parade but have other obligations on a regular weekday. Just saying.

  3. I think it’s a tremendous chilul hashem and whoever could attend should make an effort to come. I think each year Morah Malky Schwartz is the only one that makes a kiddush hashem by coming.

  4. To #3 RZ: That’s the point. It shouldn’t be a regular day. If Jews could daven for the well-being of European despots, we can acknoledge the sacrifices of soldiers who are fighting people who would love to see us dead.

  5. RZ – It’s not a “regular day”. It’s a holiday. It’s a day to remember all thoses who lost their lives protecting the country you and I live in. Kids should not be in school and for the most part everyone is off from work unless you work in a hospital or hotel or an essential business. It’s about respect.

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