Bus Trip to 911 Memorial & Museum

This is trip offers a powerful view of the events of that fateful day. The Memorial is a reminder of the loss of life and the Museum displays artifacts, presents stories, and explores 9/11’s continuing significance.

Remembering Dr. Irene Hill-Smith

Learn about the life of Dr. Irene Hill-Smith at the Harrison Township Historical Society’s Spring Program. Dr. Hill-Smith was a civil rights activist born in Mullica Hill. Admission is free; tickets are available online at the Harrison Township Historical Society’s public Facebook page. The program will also be live-streamed.

Honor a Veteran with a Memorial Brick

Pay tribute to someone who has served or is currently serving in the military by ordering a memorial brick. These new bricks will be added to the William Wilt Memorial. Orders must be received by March 3rd.

War Monuments and Memorials

This pre-Veterans Day exploration of the War Monuments and Memorials in our surrounding areas will include a pictorial tour for history buffs by Councilmember Dave Porreca. The event is sponsored by Holy Name Knights of Columbus Council 12503, and refreshments will be served after the event.

Etta Jane Heiser Memorial 5K

The inaugural Etta Jane Heiser Memorial 5K Run and 1 Mile walk will honor a dedicated friend and treasurer of GCLS.

A Veterans Day Message from Mayor Manzo

On November 11, we pause to express our gratitude and appreciation for our veterans who bravely and selflessly served our country. You can honor our veterans here in Harrison Township with a memorial brick along The Harrison Township Veterans Memorial, “Hero Lane”.

Harrison Township 9/11 Ceremony

Come together with family, friends and neighbors as we remember those who lost their lives during the 9/11 terrorist attack and during the rescue operations.