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Vol. LXV, No. 42
Wednesday, October 19, 2011
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PRETTY IN PINK: The Upper School at Stuart Country Day School of the Sacred Heart recently observed a “Pink Out,” in honor of October, which is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. For a suggested donation of $2, girls wore pink and and were allowed to dress down for the day. All donations will go to the Susan G. Komen Foundation. The day ended with a breast cancer information session followed by a prayer for those affected by breast cancer. Participants included (left to right): senior Kyra Bradley, and juniors Kassidy McNair and Margo Schmiederer.

At a Recent PCDO Community Event Democratic Candidates Share Favorite Works

Anne Levin

Democratic candidates running for public office in the upcoming November 8 elections revealed their tastes in music, film, and literature Sunday evening, October 16 at an event coordinated by the Princeton Community Democratic Organization (PCDO). PCDO Candidates’ Night 2011 at the Suzanne Patterson Center gave those running for Borough, Township, County, and State seats, a chance to show a lighthearted side while delivering their individual messages.


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