WILDWOOD – Students of the Glenwood Avenue School cheered for participants of the New Jersey Run for the Fallen when they stopped at their school around 11:33 a.m. Sept. 26.
The New Jersey Run for the Fallen, held Sept. 26-29, 2019, is an annual run dedicated to fallen service members from New Jersey, where each mile-marker is dedicated to a different service member. The school, serving as mile-marker #126, was dedicated in honor of Pvt. Robert C. White III of Camden. White served in the Army, and was killed April 23, 2005 during Operation Enduring Freedom.
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