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Brick Neighborhood Celebrates Independence Day With Lt. Governor

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The Normandy Beach neighborhood, split between Brick and Toms River townships, held its annual Independence Day flag rising ceremony Tuesday on 6th Avenue in Brick.

The ceremony included flags flying proudly from local fire trucks, a parade of veterans from each military branch, a flyover by the Ocean Black Sheep air support squadron, as well as an appearance by Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno, who spoke of her own son potentially going to war.

2017 Normandy Beach Independence Day Flag Raising (Photo: Daniel Nee)
2017 Normandy Beach Independence Day Flag Raising (Photo: Daniel Nee)
2017 Normandy Beach Independence Day Flag Raising (Photo: Daniel Nee)
2017 Normandy Beach Independence Day Flag Raising (Photo: Daniel Nee)
2017 Normandy Beach Independence Day Flag Raising (Photo: Daniel Nee)
2017 Normandy Beach Independence Day Flag Raising (Photo: Daniel Nee)
2017 Normandy Beach Independence Day Flag Raising (Photo: Daniel Nee)
2017 Normandy Beach Independence Day Flag Raising (Photo: Daniel Nee)
2017 Normandy Beach Independence Day Flag Raising (Photo: Daniel Nee)
2017 Normandy Beach Independence Day Flag Raising (Photo: Daniel Nee)
2017 Normandy Beach Independence Day Flag Raising (Photo: Daniel Nee)
2017 Normandy Beach Independence Day Flag Raising (Photo: Daniel Nee)
2017 Normandy Beach Independence Day Flag Raising (Photo: Daniel Nee)
2017 Normandy Beach Independence Day Flag Raising (Photo: Daniel Nee)
Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno at a flag raising ceremony in Normandy Beach, N.J., July 4, 2017. (Photo: Daniel Nee)
Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno at a flag raising ceremony in Normandy Beach, N.J., July 4, 2017. (Photo: Daniel Nee)

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  • craigoftruth

    Great event until Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno arrived.

  • JW

    Did she thank Governor Lardass for sinking her gubernatorial campaign?