A senior−student sing−song – plus an award−winning dance presentation – was on the books when Public School 100 pupils trekked over to Trump Village for a morning of music and merriment.
Graduating fifth graders from the Brighton Beach school joined festive forces with seniors in the community room of Section 4, 2942 West 5th Street, for a delightful medley of crowd−pleasers.
The intergenerational meet was part of the JASA Trump 4 Us program created for the Naturally Occurring Retirement Community (NORC) by grassroots gladiator Gloria Hacken.
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