Salisbury’s Day of Decency

Hotchkiss students Axel Bhandari, left, and Ivy Bhandari, right, announced a Day of Decency for Salisbury with First Selectman Curtis Rand on Tuesday, May 14. Photo submitted

SALISBURY — Hotchkiss students Axel Bhandari  and Ivy Bhandari paired with First Selectman Curtis Rand to announce a Day of Decency for Salisbury.

Salisbury joined towns across the country for National Decency Day on Tuesday, May 14. 

This non-partisan grassroots movement dedicated to civility in everyday life was founded by Hotchkiss alumna Lisa Cholnoky, of the class of 1979. 

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