RTNJ2's 11th Annual Candle Light Vigil

If there is anything we do as a united front, it is our annual Candle Light Vigil in Honor of our Home State Fallen Heroes. Yes we work all year to spread awareness about POW/MIAs and Veterans In Need. This evening is to pay homage to the Heroes that made the ultimate sacrifice for us all. So, see you ALL there.

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  • Frank

    Thanks goes to Charlie W and Steve S for posting pics!!!

    May 5, 2014

  • cynthia y.

    My first vigil as a member and a reader. Each speaker, all the members working together with common cause and believes actually keeps me going. I have a grandson, a 4 year old, I want to help to make sure he will be ok many years from now.I want to know that if he goes into the service he will Never Be Forgotten.

    2 · May 4, 2014

  • Frank

    What event do we do all year that is more meaning full to me then this one that Honors our NJ Fallen Heroes and their families? None.

    3 · May 4, 2014

  • Brenda E.

    On Saturday our chapter will come together for our annual Candlelight Vigil to honor our Fallen Heroes and embrace their families. As the chairman of this event, I want to thank everyone for all the help and dedication shown at this event. I am truly proud to be a part of this great chapter. The camaraderie among our members shows to all who see us, especially on a night
    as important as this. See you on Saturday an once again Thank You

    2 · April 29, 2014

  • Frank

    May[masked] is our Candle light Vigil all members need to be there by 330pm for set up Anyone from the tuckerton area there is a meetup location at the super wawa on rt 539 and frogpond road
    meet time is 200pm DEPART TIME is 215pm I will remind everyone again this event is MANDATORY for all chapter 2 members Thanks

    April 29, 2014

  • cynthia y.

    When you walk thru the doors at the amory when its' your first virgil ever, it gave me a whole different feeling of loss. Each time they mentioined Toms River it made an impact on me. I was born and raised in Toms River. When they announced surrounding towns as well, being so familiar with the area again impacted me. The names mentioned all in one evening made me realize, that little by little we are losing more and more young men and women one here, one there but they still add up. I ask myself, when does it stop.

    1 · March 22, 2014

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