Commemorative walkway engraved pavers available


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In order to maintain the “Walk of Pride” at the Jefferson Township Gazebo, the Jefferson Arts Committee offers engraved pavers for sale at a cost of $50 each.

The bricks may be engraved with a maximum of three lines of 15 characters each (including spaces). Personalized paver bricks are 6x9 feet and are used to create a commemorative walkway to and around the gazebo, located at the Jefferson Township Municipal Building complex, 1033 Weldon Road.

To order a paver to commemorate an anniversary, a birthday, graduation, “in memoriam”, in a company name, as a thank you, in a family name, etc, complete the form available on www.jeffersonarts.org (upper right-hand corner: Registration Forms) and mail it with a check made payable to “The Jefferson Arts Committee, Inc.” to: The Jefferson Arts Committee, Inc., Attn: Gazebo Committee, P.O. Box 2604, Oak Ridge, NJ 07438. Call Roberta at 973-697-9176 or Carol at 973-697-3828 or Email artscommittee@jeffersonarts.org with any questions

It can take a minimum of up to 8 to 12 weeks before a brick may be installed.




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