Pleasantville High School Band members preform at Pleasantville anti-violence cookouts this fall to combat violence at Woodland Ave in Pleasantville Saturday, Sept 21, 2013. The goal, organizers said, is not only to engage the community with law enforcement but to make sure the rivalry

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Members of the Pleasantville High School Marching Band perform Saturday during the city’s first cookout to combat violence at New Hope Community park on Woodland Avenue. ‘You want to bring the community out so that everybody’s engaged, everybody's involved,’ Mayor Jesse Tweedle said prior to the cookout.

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