On Saturday, September 3, more than 600 people came together to celebrate the diversity that brings their community together at Bridgeton, NJ's annual Unity Day.
The American Littoral Society joined in the by talking to people about the Cohansey River - which runs through the center of the city - and how people can make changes in their own backyards to improve water quality.
Lucia Osborne, the Littoral Society's Delaware Bay Program Director, along with David Peterson of Bridgeton and Esaul Martin of Gateway Community Action Partnership, served as co-MCs for the event.
Among the notable participants were Dallas Cowboy player and Bridgeton native Markquese Bell, and House of Representatives hopeful Tim Alexander.
If you missed us this year, don’t worry! We’ll be back next summer.
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