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Warburg Courage Curriculum marks anniversary

From left: Jennifer Donaldson, Nancy Adams, Stephanie Warburg, Sukey Forbes, and Marina Kalb.

Roger Farrington

From left: Jennifer Donaldson, Nancy Adams, Stephanie Warburg, Sukey Forbes, and Marina Kalb.

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The Max Warburg Courage Curriculum had its 22d anniversary celebration at the Liberty Hotel on Tuesday night. Nancy Adams and Barbara Hawkins co-chaired the event for the local program, which gets kids reading books that inspire courageous acts. Guests at the event included curriculum founder and president Stephanie Warburg, TV producer Jennifer Donaldson (Sam Donaldson’s daughter), Marina Kalb (co-owner of Portobello Road), and Sukey Forbes.

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