Freedom this Fourth of July
It was great seeing so many of you, yesterday, at the Brookside Community Club’s 98th Fourth of July Parade. It was the first time that many of us have gathered together in almost 18 months. It was a day full of celebration, smiles, and a whole lot of candy. As vaccination rates increase and case counts continue to lower, freedom has a new meaning this Fourth of July Weekend.
I would be remiss to not thank our Department of Public Works (DPW) and first responder organizations - Mendham Township Police Department, Mendham Township First Aid Squad, Brookside Engine Company No. 1, and Ralston Engine Company No. 1 - who are behind the success of all of our celebrations this Independence Day Weekend.
During our Fireworks celebration this Monday night we will be honoring and thanking Mendham Township’s DPW for everything that they have done and continue to do for Mendham Township. DPW is the heart of our community and is responsible for assisting in emergency response efforts, road improvement projects, maintaining public facilities, keeping neighborhoods clean, and so much more. We are so incredibly lucky to have this group of people serving our community.
See you at Mosle Field Monday Night for the Fireworks! Gates Open at 6:30pm.
Happy Independence Day and God Bless America!
Mayor, Mendham Township