Remembering the dead of the September 11, 2001 attacks on American soil is part of the “vigilance” against future acts of terrorism, Red Bank Mayor Pasquale Menna said at a commemoration held in Riverside Gardens Park Sunday morning, 15 years after the tragedy.
The Red Bank Barbershop Quartet, which Mayor Pasquale Menna calls a borough “institution,” stopped in at Wednesday night’s council meeting to commemorate a declaration of Barbershop Quartet Week with several classics, including “My Wild Irish Rose.”
The foursome, a unit of the borough-based 50-man Chorus of the Atlantic, then surprised hizzoner with this number. On Saturday, he turns… well, he’s not saying, but he’ll be 59, based on information he once shared more freely. (Video by Wil Fulton. Click to enlarge)