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NEW ARRIVAL: Proud grandparents Dean Michelson and Ginny Lang of Swarthmore announce the birth of their first granddaughter, Audrey Mae O’Brien, on March 20. Audrey Mae was born in Seattle, Wash., to their daughter, Heather, an art director for a Seattle advertising firm, and her husband, Sean O’Brien, who is in marketing for a high tech company.

LAP SWIMMERS: This week’s winners of the turquoise with navy writing 2016 1,000-lap T-shirt at Swarthmore Swim Club include: 6.) Holly Hellman, 7.) Anne Papa, 8.) John McKinstry, 9.) Nick Kaplinsky, and 10.) Mimi McWilliams.

PRIVATE SCHOOL GRADUATES:

Connor Gregory The Haverford School Brown University

Connor Gregory
The Haverford School
Brown University

 

Colin Perkins-Taylor Westtown School Swarthmore College

Colin Perkins-Taylor
Westtown School
Swarthmore College

 

Mary Grace Guiney Murray Academy of Notre Dame de Namur Rosemont College

Mary Grace Guiney Murray
Academy of Notre Dame de Namur
Rosemont College

Trinity Episcopal Church in Swarthmore opened its doors to the community on Monday evening for a time of prayer and vigil for those killed and injured in Orlando last weekend. Ninety-three people from the town and college heard prayers and readings from the Christian Scriptures and the Quran. Musical offerings were made, including classical works and spirituals on piano and organ, and the Elegy for solo viola by Britten. During a period of silent reflection after the manner of Quakers, the names of those killed (as released at the time) were read. Following the silence, those in attendance lit candles at the front of the church as a symbol of hope for healing and peace. Voices were raised in song to end the time together. Submitted by Carol Williamson

Trinity Episcopal Church in Swarthmore opened its doors to the community on Monday evening for a time of prayer and vigil for those killed and injured in Orlando last weekend. Ninety-three people from the town and college heard prayers and readings from the Christian Scriptures and the Quran. Musical offerings were made, including classical works and spirituals on piano and organ, and the Elegy for solo viola by Britten. During a period of silent reflection after the manner of Quakers, the names of those killed (as released at the time) were read. Following the silence, those in attendance lit candles at the front of the church as a symbol of hope for healing and peace. Voices were raised in song to end the time together. Submitted by Carol Williamson

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