Recreation

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Hazlet Township's annual Memorial Day ceremony at 10 am on Monday, May 30 in the monument park next to the James. J. Cullen Center at 1776 Union Ave.

The Township Committee will welcome attendees. The VFW will remember the fallen and present a wreath. The Hazlet Township Police Color Guard will present the colors with a bagpipe rendition of “America the Beautiful.” Hazlet Police Chaplain Barry Mulligan will lead an opening and closing prayer for all our veterans and active military. 

Deputy Monmouth County Commissioner Sue Kiley will read the names of fallen soldiers from our hometown and recognize citizens who are currently serving. 

The Hazlet Pops Band will provide live music. Following the ceremony, there will be a light snack sponsored by Perkins Restaurant & Bakery of Hazlet. 

Any organizations that would like to participate in the ceremony may contact Recreation Dept. at 732-217-8648.

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Hazlet Township Recreation Dept.

Throughout the year, the Recreation offers a variety of recreational, sports, cultural programs to enhance the lives of our residents and create a greater sense of community. Our parks and recreational areas include the James J. Cullen Community Center, Veterans Park, the Hazlet Swim & Tennis Club, Natco Lake Park, the Skate Park and several smaller parks and tennis courts. 

The Recreation Office is located on the second floor of Town Hall, 1776 Union Avenue, Hazlet, NJ. 

Register for programs online via our registration system, Hazlet.RecDesk.com. New users must first create an account before attempting to enroll in a program. 

There is a non-refundable convenience fee of 3 % for using credit cards online and in person. The fee is required by the online processor, not Hazlet Township.