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The 420 members of Strath Haven High School’s Marching Band and Band Front wowed the crowd at Lincoln Financial Field with their halftime show during last Sunday’s Eagles win over the Bears. Photo by Maria Garcia

Judith Trustone of Swarthmore, co-director of the Global Kindness Revolution, which grew out of her creative writing classes in prisons, will address the human, spiritual and financial costs of mass incarceration at a rally in support of ending mass incarceration and Life Without Parole on December 7 at the Rotunda in Harrisburg. Judith will discuss the “Kindness Behind Bars Project” being developed by prisoners at several institutions which she describes in her new book, The Global Kindness Revolution: How Together We Can Heal Violence, Racism and Meanness. She will lead a “Kindness at Noon” meditation for attendees. For information: Trustonekindness.com or to reserve a seat on a bus for $15 go to Northsideproductions52@gmail.com.

Christine Polito of Swarthmore is pleased with the Thanksgiving centerpiece she created at a recent workshop led by members of the Swarthmore Garden Club. The event was held at the Swarthmore Public Library as part of the Aging-in-Place initiative in Swarthmore Borough. Photo by Kay Rinko

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