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Hilarious Beer & Beefsteak Dinner at Lacordaire, Jan. 23

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Academy staff & spouses attempt to win centerpiece contest with costume accessories! Credits: Lacordaire staff
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Bring your friends, family and neighbors to Lacordaire Academy’s fun filled Beefsteak Dinner, 6:30, Saturday, January 23 in Lacordaire Hall, 155 Lorraine Ave, Upper Montclair, NJ.

$60 per person, reservations required.

What is a Lacordaire’s Beefsteak? All-you-can-eat Filet Mignon, on-tap award winning Ramstein beer, sangria, salad, fries and dessert along with a hilarious centerpiece competition and prizes. Non-beef options also available. Visit Special Events at LacordaireAcademy.com or contact advancement@lacordaire.net and973-744-1156 x33 for more information. Proceeds benefit the Academy's annual fund for students.

Founded in 1920, Lacordaire Academy's mission is to engage young people as lifelong learners, helping them to become self-directed, competent, confident individuals capable of assuming leadership roles in school and throughout their lives. An independent Catholic school sponsored by the Sisters of St. Dominic, the Academy serves a diverse student body in its coed PK-8 Lower/Middle Schools and college preparatory Upper School for young women. All divisions offer small classes, a challenging curriculum and enrichment programs in which students thrive academically, socially and spiritually.  #

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