Rudy Molinet
Saturday, July 14, 2012
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Rotarians inspire us with their dedication, service and patriotism

The weather was miserable, the sea was rough, the men were seasick and the snow and sleet pummeled their vessel as they bravely crossed the Delaware River. On the morning of Dec. 25, 1776, Gen. George Washington ordered his army to cross the Delaware to New Jersey to stop the British from advancing. This famous crossing was one of the defining moments in our War of Independence from England.

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