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Wardlaw + Hartridge Community Enjoys Fall Fair and Homecoming

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Third and fourth grade students at The Wardlaw + Hartridge School in Edison gather for a team photo after their soccer match, which kicked off the day’s festivities at Fall Fair. Credits: Wardlaw + Hartridge
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EDISON, NJ - Students, parents, faculty, alumni and friends enjoyed another fabulous day on The Wardlaw + Hartridge School campus in Edison at last Saturday's Fall Fair and Homecoming Day.

The W+H community participated in a wonderful array of activities, including carnival games and bounce houses for kids, shopping at an indoor mall with boutiques and vendors in Laidlaw Gym, cheering for their favorite W+H athletic teams, participating in raffles to win prizes, and sampling the many delicious food items provided by the WHPA Cafe, WHPA Bakery, Class of 2018 Soup Cafe, the Booster Club Grill and BBQ and the Middle School French Fries.

Alumni from decades all the way back to the 1960s visited campus and milestone reunion classes held reunions. Wardlaw + Hartridge athletic teams competed in soccer, tennis, volleyball and cross country.

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