New Jersey celebrates 350 years

New Jersey residents are encouraged to make some noise.

Many organizations across the state will mark the

Many organizations across the state will mark the occasion.

EDISON - (AP) - New Jersey residents are encouraged to make some noise.
    
Tuesday marks the state's 350th anniversary when a land grant to Lord John Berkeley and Sir George Carteret in 1664 started what would eventually become the Garden State.
    
State officials are encouraging local governments, schools and religious institutions to ring bells for a full minute at noon to mark the occasion.
    
Officials are encouraging residents to take photos of the activities and post them on the New Jersey 350th Facebook page.

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