DBCrabiel HJPolos Fife&Drum Bagpipe
David B. Crabiel,
Freeholder Director
& Concert Co-Chairman
H. James Polos,
Freeholder &
Concert Co-Chairman
Westfield Fife
& Drum Corps
Outside State Theatre
East Brunswick Police Detective Ron Keaveney performing Amazing Grace.

Hochman Garden State Symphonic Band Glee Club wasser
Laurie Angela Hochman singing
Pledge of Allegiance
32 piece Garden State Symphonic Band
Directed by Christian Pedersen, Jr. of Fords.
West Point Glee Club
Directed by Ms. Connie Chase.
Ken Wasser,
Garden State Symphonic Band baritone

Spigner Ensemble FatherAlliegro
Concert MC Bernard Spigner
of WCTC Radio
Ensemble with
School Children's Chorus of
Millburn singing Concert closer
"God Bless America"
Msgr. Michael Alliegro,
Pastor of St. Bartholomew's R.C. Church,
East Brunswick


The Board of Chosen Freeholders sponsored its annual Stars & Stripes Forever Concert to a near full-house at the State Theatre in New Brunswick on Sept. 14th.

The profits from this event, as in the past, go to defray ancillary costs for those students attending Middlesex County College under the 9/11 scholarship program established by the Freeholders for the children of 9/11 victims living in Middlesex County.

The 2003 concert was again co-chaired by David B. Crabiel, Director and H. James Polos, Freeholder.

The highlight of the concert was the performance appearance of the Glee Club of the United States Military Academy at West Point for the first time in New Jersey in its 100 year history.

The Garden State Symphonic Band set the musical tone for the concert which featured the nationally renown Westfield Fife & Drum Corps, the bagpipe solo artistry of East Brunswick Police Det. Ron Keaveney, the Wyoming Elementary School Children's Chorus of Millburn and Ms. Laurie Angela Hochman, singing her self-composed musical version of the Pledge Of Allegiance.