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I am writing to enthusiastically encourage the people of North Haven to come out and vote for Jennifer Cecarelli for Board of Education on Nov. 5. I have had the pleasure of serving with Jennifer on the Board of Education for the past two years and I have gotten to know her for the professional, intelligent, and hardworking person she is.
What has stuck with me the most is her unrelenting kindness—kindness for her students, kindness for their parents, kindness for the children of North Haven. Whether she is creating a free library, volunteering her time to help refugees, or going on a Random Acts of Kindness blitz, Jennifer is creating ripples of kindness wherever she goes.
I encourage your readers to come out Nov. 5 and #ChooseKind.
Democrat Amanda Gabriele serves on the Board of Education.