WAYNE, N.J. -- Grand Union Co. here rewarded high school students who threw alcohol- and chemical-free graduation parties by helping to pay for the refreshments. For the fifth straight year, the retailer sent senior classes that submitted a signed letter from their principal stating they were throwing a chemical-free party a $50 Grand Union gift certificate that could be used to purchase nonalcoholic beverages for the class party. The certificate also could be used to buy food and snacks. ...

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