Renaissance middle schoolers, “beading” the change they want to see in the world, participated in Students for Equitable World (SEW), creating and selling beautiful jewelry with the proceeds going to charity. The students showcased their creations at a reception.
Wade Maxx Framing on Vallet Road in Upper Montclair has offered to extend the sale of the students’ pieces until Sunday. Stop by, see the students’s work and purchase a piece of jewelry.
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