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The Secaucus Select Chorus and Junior State of America members joined Mayor Michael Gonnelli and district officials to dedicate a “HOPE” mural in Secaucus’ center on June 13. Students originally created the image using their bodies on the Secaucus High School field during the National School Walkout against gun violence March 14.
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Fourth of July Celebration…on the third

Secaucus’ annual Fourth of July celebration will take place Tuesday, July 3 at the swim club. The event begins at 6 p.m. It will feature food, amusements, entertainment, and fireworks. The club is located at 2000 Koelle Blvd. Contact the town at (201) 330-2000 for more information.

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CORRECTION: Summer Fun Festival to be held July 15

Hudson Regional Hospital will hold its Summer Fun Festival on July 15. A previous version of this brief incorrectly mentioned the event would be held on July 14.

The event will feature family events, such as water activities and face painting; free fitness classes, such as weightlifting and yoga; and free health and wellness screenings. The event will be held in the hospital’s parking lot. It will run from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The hospital itself is located at 55 Meadowlands Pkwy.

Local bakery featured in MLB commercial

Major League Baseball recently featured the Sweet & Flour bakery in a commercial, according to ESecaucus.com

The bakery can be seen early in the ad. It also shows co-owner Gina Petruzzelli holding a baseball-themed ice cream cone.

That scene also features MLB Network analyst and Hall of Fame pitcher John Smoltz. In the next scene, analyst and Hall of Fame first baseman Jim Thome removes a baseball-themed pie made by Petruzzelli from an oven in the bakery’s kitchen. The commercial debuted this past spring, ESecaucus reported.

MetLife Stadium to host 2026 World Cup Finals

MetLife Stadium is set to be the final stage for the 2026 World Cup, according to media reports. The venue is part of the United Bid, a successful joint effort by the U.S., Canada, and Mexico to host the games.

“MetLife Stadium and the Meadowlands region are an ideal site for the World Cup,” Gov. Phil Murphy said in a press release. “New Jersey has hosted World Cup matches before and we are more than ready to do so again.”

He added: “MetLife Stadium is an internationally-renowned facility with first-class amenities. The Meadowlands region includes hundreds of hotels to house fans from all over the world and first-rate entertainment, shopping and dining, all just across the river from New York City.”

New Jersey last hosted the World Cup in 1994.

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