SHORT HILLS, NJ - The Hartshorn School PTO held its annual Book Fair fundraiser last week. Over the course of three days, students purchased books of all kinds for themselves and as gifts. They also had an opportunity to donate a book or two to their classroom, chosen from their teacher's wish list. In addition, many students purchased books to donate to the new Washington School. In this way, Hartshorn School furthered the giving spirit by helping fellow students begin their new chapter in a new school.
Hartshorn School Book Fair Contributes Books to the New Washington School
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SUMMARY OR SYNOPSIS OF AUDIT FOR PUBLICATION
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