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On Friday, February 5, 2016, at the River View Banquet Hall in Berkeley Heights, NJ, we will celebrate the final days of Mardi Gras with our first annual dinner in thanksgiving for everyone's support and encouragement in the opening of Sedes Sapientiae School. If you would like to attend, let us know ASAP!
The evening will feature dinner, our exceptional all-school choir, two of our students who will share their experiences, and dancing. The evening will include a talk titled, "Faith and Science: The Trinity and the Theory of Everything," by special guest Dr. Jon Alšėnas, a successful and experienced biopharmaceutical industry analyst and executive.
Join us in for dinner and dancing - February 5, 2016
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