MOUNT OLIVE, TOWNSHIP - The All Veterans Memorial's final phase, the Path to Enduring Freedom handicap walkway and Veterans dedication, is slated at 2 pm. on November 15th at Turkey Brook Park. The date ends a week long observance and appreciation to those who served in the United States Armed Forces.
Mayor David Scapicchio and the staff members of the All Veterans Memorial(AVM) invite all Mount Olive and surrounding area organizations to demonstrate their support on November 15th by assembling in uniform along the loop of Turkey Brook Park 45 minutes before the dedication ceremony begins. "The goal is to create a canopy of Patriots along the park entrance and loop before veterans and family members arrive" said Charlie Wood Uhrmann, the event organizer.
Each participant will receive a 16-inch by 18-inch American flag and a 3-foot by 5-foot flag per organization. The larger flag will be available for a $10 purchase.
"The All Veterans Memorial not only represents Mount Olive's steadfast patriotism, but our ability to unite as a community when the need arises." said Uhrmann "Every one's participation is paramount."
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ABOUT THE ALL VETERANS MEMORIAL
The All Veterans Memorial is a unique, living memorial which has become representative of a state-wide effort demonstrating the great American principle of Unity of the People. It will be constructed in Mount Olive, New Jersey in 2007, and will honor ALL who proudly served in the United States Military during both war and peacetime. It will provide visitors with a solemn place to reflect, a place which shall include a regal ceremonial ground, a uniquely designed flag burning vault, an educational preamble stage, commemorative time-capsules, and a new home for the Veterans Memorial Monument. Together, these elements denote the All Veterans Memorial as the second of its kind in the nation.