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Cedar Grove Historical Society to Present Washington Commemorative Coins

The Cedar Grove Historical Society will host “Washington Commemorated on Coins and Medals” at the Cedar Grove Library in honor of the first President's birthday.

To celebrate George Washington's birthday, the Cedar Grove Historical Society will be presenting a lesson on significant events in our first President's life, through his immortalized image in commemorative coins throughout the centuries.

Ray Williams, a former resident of Cedar Grove will present his personal collection of Washington Coins on Wednesday Feb. 27 at 7:30 p.m. at the Cedar Grove Public Library.

“The mission of the Historical Society is to keep the people of Cedar Grove informed about the past and in various forms of history,” said Secretary, Vice President and publicity chairman for the Cedar Grove Historical Society Jean Jaeger.

The Cedar Grove Historical Society maintains the Morgan Museum at 908 Pompton Avenue. The Museum is open each Wednesday from 10 a.m. until noon or by appointment.

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