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    Artist George Perez, center, along with interns, stand in front of the military mural honoring all five branches of the military, veterans and POWs. The mural is located at 435 W. Landis Ave., Vineland.
    Artist George Perez, center, along with interns, stand in front of the military mural honoring all five branches of the military, veterans and POWs. The mural is located at 435 W. Landis Ave., Vineland.
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    VINELAND — An official dedication of a Military Mural was held at the mini-park at the corner of Landis Avenue and the Boulevard. The dedication preceded the city’s official Veterans Day ceremony. Celebrated artist George Perez created the mural, the project which kicked off in June. The mural honors active members of the five branches of the military—the Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force, and Coast Guard—as well as Veterans and POWs. Perez has been an artist and illustrator for over 40 years—his works, done in a variety of media and ranging from caricatures, to portraits, landscapes, and murals, have been exhibited in venues throughout the Delaware Valley. Public financial support is being sought for this project. A number of grantees—including the Cumberland County Cultural & Heritage Commission/ Department of State, THRIVE South Jersey, BB&T, and Ace Hardware—contributed funds, goods, and services for this mural project. Additional financial support, however, is being sought from the public and from companies to cover all the expenses involved. People can donate Main Street Vineland’s website—www.TheAve.biz—where different giving levels are outlined. “All donations are appreciated and no amount is too small for this project,” said Russell Swanson, Main Street Vineland executive director. “This is all about involving all of our community and honoring the members and families of our military personnel. Main Street Vineland is not keeping any of the money raised for itself. Any money over and above paying the necessary expenses for the project will go to the New Jersey State Veterans Home here in Vineland.”
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    New Mural Is Dedication to Military
    Nov 13, 2019 | 3833 views | 0 0 comments | 4 4 recommendations | email to a friend | print
    Artist George Perez, center, along with interns, stand in front of the military mural honoring all five branches of the military, veterans and POWs. The mural is located at 435 W. Landis Ave., Vineland.
    Artist George Perez, center, along with interns, stand in front of the military mural honoring all five branches of the military, veterans and POWs. The mural is located at 435 W. Landis Ave., Vineland.
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    VINELAND — An official dedication of a Military Mural was held at the mini-park at the corner of Landis Avenue and the Boulevard. The dedication preceded the city’s official Veterans Day ceremony. Celebrated artist George Perez created the mural, the project which kicked off in June. The mural honors active members of the five branches of the military—the Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force, and Coast Guard—as well as Veterans and POWs. Perez has been an artist and illustrator for over 40 years—his works, done in a variety of media and ranging from caricatures, to portraits, landscapes, and murals, have been exhibited in venues throughout the Delaware Valley. Public financial support is being sought for this project. A number of grantees—including the Cumberland County Cultural & Heritage Commission/ Department of State, THRIVE South Jersey, BB&T, and Ace Hardware—contributed funds, goods, and services for this mural project. Additional financial support, however, is being sought from the public and from companies to cover all the expenses involved. People can donate Main Street Vineland’s website—www.TheAve.biz—where different giving levels are outlined. “All donations are appreciated and no amount is too small for this project,” said Russell Swanson, Main Street Vineland executive director. “This is all about involving all of our community and honoring the members and families of our military personnel. Main Street Vineland is not keeping any of the money raised for itself. Any money over and above paying the necessary expenses for the project will go to the New Jersey State Veterans Home here in Vineland.”
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    New Mural Is Dedication to Military
    Nov 13, 2019 | 3833 views | 0 0 comments | 4 4 recommendations | email to a friend | print
    Artist George Perez, center, along with interns, stand in front of the military mural honoring all five branches of the military, veterans and POWs. The mural is located at 435 W. Landis Ave., Vineland.
    Artist George Perez, center, along with interns, stand in front of the military mural honoring all five branches of the military, veterans and POWs. The mural is located at 435 W. Landis Ave., Vineland.
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    VINELAND — An official dedication of a Military Mural was held at the mini-park at the corner of Landis Avenue and the Boulevard. The dedication preceded the city’s official Veterans Day ceremony. Celebrated artist George Perez created the mural, the project which kicked off in June. The mural honors active members of the five branches of the military—the Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force, and Coast Guard—as well as Veterans and POWs. Perez has been an artist and illustrator for over 40 years—his works, done in a variety of media and ranging from caricatures, to portraits, landscapes, and murals, have been exhibited in venues throughout the Delaware Valley. Public financial support is being sought for this project. A number of grantees—including the Cumberland County Cultural & Heritage Commission/ Department of State, THRIVE South Jersey, BB&T, and Ace Hardware—contributed funds, goods, and services for this mural project. Additional financial support, however, is being sought from the public and from companies to cover all the expenses involved. People can donate Main Street Vineland’s website—www.TheAve.biz—where different giving levels are outlined. “All donations are appreciated and no amount is too small for this project,” said Russell Swanson, Main Street Vineland executive director. “This is all about involving all of our community and honoring the members and families of our military personnel. Main Street Vineland is not keeping any of the money raised for itself. Any money over and above paying the necessary expenses for the project will go to the New Jersey State Veterans Home here in Vineland.”
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    New Mural Is Dedication to Military
    Nov 13, 2019 | 3833 views | 0 0 comments | 4 4 recommendations | email to a friend | print
    Artist George Perez, center, along with interns, stand in front of the military mural honoring all five branches of the military, veterans and POWs. The mural is located at 435 W. Landis Ave., Vineland.
    Artist George Perez, center, along with interns, stand in front of the military mural honoring all five branches of the military, veterans and POWs. The mural is located at 435 W. Landis Ave., Vineland.
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    VINELAND — An official dedication of a Military Mural was held at the mini-park at the corner of Landis Avenue and the Boulevard. The dedication preceded the city’s official Veterans Day ceremony. Celebrated artist George Perez created the mural, the project which kicked off in June. The mural honors active members of the five branches of the military—the Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force, and Coast Guard—as well as Veterans and POWs. Perez has been an artist and illustrator for over 40 years—his works, done in a variety of media and ranging from caricatures, to portraits, landscapes, and murals, have been exhibited in venues throughout the Delaware Valley. Public financial support is being sought for this project. A number of grantees—including the Cumberland County Cultural & Heritage Commission/ Department of State, THRIVE South Jersey, BB&T, and Ace Hardware—contributed funds, goods, and services for this mural project. Additional financial support, however, is being sought from the public and from companies to cover all the expenses involved. People can donate Main Street Vineland’s website—www.TheAve.biz—where different giving levels are outlined. “All donations are appreciated and no amount is too small for this project,” said Russell Swanson, Main Street Vineland executive director. “This is all about involving all of our community and honoring the members and families of our military personnel. Main Street Vineland is not keeping any of the money raised for itself. Any money over and above paying the necessary expenses for the project will go to the New Jersey State Veterans Home here in Vineland.”
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    New Mural Is Dedication to Military
    Nov 13, 2019 | 3833 views | 0 0 comments | 4 4 recommendations | email to a friend | print
    Artist George Perez, center, along with interns, stand in front of the military mural honoring all five branches of the military, veterans and POWs. The mural is located at 435 W. Landis Ave., Vineland.
    Artist George Perez, center, along with interns, stand in front of the military mural honoring all five branches of the military, veterans and POWs. The mural is located at 435 W. Landis Ave., Vineland.
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    VINELAND — An official dedication of a Military Mural was held at the mini-park at the corner of Landis Avenue and the Boulevard. The dedication preceded the city’s official Veterans Day ceremony. Celebrated artist George Perez created the mural, the project which kicked off in June. The mural honors active members of the five branches of the military—the Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force, and Coast Guard—as well as Veterans and POWs. Perez has been an artist and illustrator for over 40 years—his works, done in a variety of media and ranging from caricatures, to portraits, landscapes, and murals, have been exhibited in venues throughout the Delaware Valley. Public financial support is being sought for this project. A number of grantees—including the Cumberland County Cultural & Heritage Commission/ Department of State, THRIVE South Jersey, BB&T, and Ace Hardware—contributed funds, goods, and services for this mural project. Additional financial support, however, is being sought from the public and from companies to cover all the expenses involved. People can donate Main Street Vineland’s website—www.TheAve.biz—where different giving levels are outlined. “All donations are appreciated and no amount is too small for this project,” said Russell Swanson, Main Street Vineland executive director. “This is all about involving all of our community and honoring the members and families of our military personnel. Main Street Vineland is not keeping any of the money raised for itself. Any money over and above paying the necessary expenses for the project will go to the New Jersey State Veterans Home here in Vineland.”
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    Artist George Perez, center, along with interns, stand in front of the military mural honoring all five branches of the military, veterans and POWs. The mural is located at 435 W. Landis Ave., Vineland.
    Artist George Perez, center, along with interns, stand in front of the military mural honoring all five branches of the military, veterans and POWs. The mural is located at 435 W. Landis Ave., Vineland.
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    VINELAND — An official dedication of a Military Mural was held at the mini-park at the corner of Landis Avenue and the Boulevard. The dedication preceded the city’s official Veterans Day ceremony. Celebrated artist George Perez created the mural, the project which kicked off in June. The mural honors active members of the five branches of the military—the Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force, and Coast Guard—as well as Veterans and POWs. Perez has been an artist and illustrator for over 40 years—his works, done in a variety of media and ranging from caricatures, to portraits, landscapes, and murals, have been exhibited in venues throughout the Delaware Valley. Public financial support is being sought for this project. A number of grantees—including the Cumberland County Cultural & Heritage Commission/ Department of State, THRIVE South Jersey, BB&T, and Ace Hardware—contributed funds, goods, and services for this mural project. Additional financial support, however, is being sought from the public and from companies to cover all the expenses involved. People can donate Main Street Vineland’s website—www.TheAve.biz—where different giving levels are outlined. “All donations are appreciated and no amount is too small for this project,” said Russell Swanson, Main Street Vineland executive director. “This is all about involving all of our community and honoring the members and families of our military personnel. Main Street Vineland is not keeping any of the money raised for itself. Any money over and above paying the necessary expenses for the project will go to the New Jersey State Veterans Home here in Vineland.”
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