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Elmwood Cemetery to honor Parker family with rededication of monument

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Elmwood Cemetery to honor Parker family with rededication of monument

Volunteers search for grave markers to place wreaths as the North Brunswick Township World War I Centennial Committee and Elmwood Cemetery participated in Wreaths Across America to commemorate the men and women who gave their lives during World War I who are now laid to rest at Elmwood Cemetery, on Dec 15.

Elmwood Cemetery will hold a rededication and ribbon cutting ceremony at the Parker Family Monument at 10 a.m. on Sept. 21 at the cemetery, 425 Georges Road, North Brunswick.

The Parker family founded Parker Home. The family, Parker Home staff and board members will be at the ribbon cutting as well as Marco Federico from Materials Conservation, the conservators of the monument.

The monument is significant statuary.

For more information, visit www.theelmwoodcemetery.com.

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