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A Bit of Excitement

Published June 03, 2020

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You may have noticed the Madison Art Cinema’s marquee shining once again! Many thanks go to Arnold Gorlick and our wonderful local movie theater for displaying the names of the Daniel Hand High School (DHHS) Class of 2020 on the marquee these past few weeks (and until June 19).

Our kids have had their last year of high school upended, leaving many of them sad, depressed, and heartbroken. They will never again walk the halls of DHHS as students. They are missing out on prom, senior trips, spring sports, award ceremonies, and a traditional graduation ceremony. As a small business owner, this time surely isn’t easy for Mr. Gorlick, either. But without hesitation or request for any compensation, he gladly put the names of our seniors, who have worked so hard for 13 years, up in lights.

Mr. Gorlick’s generosity and kindness have brought comfort and a bit of excitement to the seniors and their families during this very dark time. His incredibly unselfish gesture is so greatly appreciated by the class of 2020 students, parents, and families affected by these difficult circumstances.

We are so fortunate to have this unique treasure in our town!

Claudia Esposito