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Vol. LXIV, No. 22
Wednesday, June 2, 2010
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A forum for Princeton residents to express opinions about local and national issues

Question of the Week:

What does the Memorial Day holiday mean to you?


“A day to celebrate America. A lovely time to gather with friends and remember our great country and those who died.”

Jerry Ford, Princeton

“A ceremony was held at St. Paulís Church today, with soldiers in uniform putting American flags on some of the graves. There were bagpipes playing. At first thought, it was sad but then, I thought of it as an honor, that they gave their lives, their biggest sacrifice for our safety. We need to send those serving today our prayers and love.”

Anna Goodale with her buddies (left to right)
Nathan, Benjamin, and Julian Drezner, Princeton

“Itís a day to honor those who served our country and have died. We donít take much time out to recognize those who served in the wars.”

Katie Poole, Princeton


Julia: “To remember the people who died for America in the wars.”

Grace: “The pool opening and the start of summer.”

Owen: “A parade day.”

Julia (left to right), Grace, and Owen Brown, Princeton

“Honoring our soldiers who served in the wars and honoring those who helped at 9/11. It’s also a time for barbeques. And this year my sister graduated from The Lawrenceville School. —

Lizzy Carney, Princeton

Conner: “It’s a time to memorialize the people who died in the Armed Services. And a fun time to hang out with friends and family and have a nice party.”

Harrison: “It’s a holiday, no school, block parties, and the beginning of summer.”

Connor Riley (left) and Harrison Barfield, Princeton


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