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Warren County officials attend annual Blue Mass

METUCHEN, NJ (Middlesex County) – Board of County Commissioners Director James R. Kern III joined a contingent of law enforcement representatives from Warren County at the Diocese of Metuchen’s 19th Annual Blue Mass held Wednesday at the Cathedral of St. Francis of Assisi in Metuchen.

The Mass is held on the Feast of St. Michael the Archangel – patron saint of police officers – and is the Diocese’s way of thanking law enforcement personnel for their service and sacrifice in protecting the lives of the people who live and work in the Diocese, which includes Middlesex, Somerset, Hunterdon and Warren counties.

The Mass included honor guards, bagpipers and a special liturgy.

Attending with Kern were Pohatcong Township Police Chief Scott Robb, who is president of the Warren County Police Chiefs Association; county Prosecutor James Pfeiffer; Kenneth Decker, Administrative Operations and Community Outreach Coordinator in the Prosecutor’s Office; and Michael Devlin, Chief of Detectives in the Prosecutor’s Office.

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