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City Suburban News, Year 25, No. 35, May 12 - May 18, 2010 issue. Free weekly community newspaper covering the Philadelphia/Main Line areas.
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“S
mile,” the title of her glo-rious new, ten-track col-lection of uniquely selec-ted secular and spiritualsongs says it all about
what Tonia Tecce is doing
this spring as she gears up for a handful ofdiverse live performances.
On Friday,
May 14,
the Philadelphia-based
“crossover soprano” returns to her home-town of Paulsboro, NJ to sing and speak tothe Boys and Girls Club. The showcase oflocal artists, musicians, poets and dancerswill include speeches by the Mayor andSuperintendent of Schools and a perfor-
mance by the Paulsboro High
School Jazz Band. The event
begins at 6:30 p.m. at the
Paulsboro Boys & Girls Club,
916 Penn Line Road, Pauls-boro, NJ. Doors open at 6p.m. This
event is free andopen to the
public. For infocall 856-906-5413 or visitwww.bgca.org.On Wednesday,
June 16,
Tonia performs a “BrownBag Concert” at the Church
of the Holy Trinity in Philadel
-phia. This is a prestigious
weekly noontime performance
in which various members
of Philadelphia’s music com-
munity participate. Her per-formance begins at 12:30p.m. at Church of the HolyTrinity, located at 19th andWalnut Streets, RittenhouseSquare, Philadelphia. This
event is free and open to thepublic. For info call 215-567
-1267 or visit www.htrit.org.On Tuesday,
June 22,
at 7p.m., she will be singing the
National Anthem for the Harris-
burg, PA Senators (minor league
baseball team) at their home
stadium of Metro Bank Park. For ticketsvisit www.harrisburg.senators.milb.com.
In addition to appearing onstage, Tecce alsofinds time to perform at benefit concerts and
fundraisers for colleges, churches and hos-pitals.The Scleroderma Federationof theDelaware Valley awarded her its Humani-tarian Award in recognition of her artistryand her dedication to this worthy cause.The key philosophy she uses in all of hermotivational talks is: “Living your dreamtakes determination and hard work, but ifyou want it badly enough, nothing can stopyou. Life is not a dress rehearsal, so if you
T
he Merion Concert Band
will present its springconcert with the theme“Relentless” on Sunday,
May23,
at 3:00 p.m. at the Harri-ton High School auditorium.This will be the first concertunder the direction of newly
appointed conductor, NathanSnyder. There will be a “Meet
and Greet” immediately fol-lowing the program whichwill offer an opportunity for
Snyder and audience membersto get better acquainted. Light
refreshments will be served.
The program favors modern
American composers andfeatures many pieces consid-e
red cornerstones of the band
repertoire such as RobertRussell Bennett’s
 Suite of Old 
 American Dances, Canzona
by
Peter Mennin, and the march
 Americans We
by Henry Fill-more. The program title,“Relentless” refers to “thefeeling of unrelenting move-ment forward that propels
the band to play,” said Snyder.
“It’s almost as if the musicis dictating to us to pushforward at all times.”
Frank Ticheli’s
 Nitro,
inspired
by the element nitrogen,offers fireworks, with daz-zling runs, repeated motives
that crackle with energy and
a frenetic pace. The com-position was commissionedon the occasion of the 50thanniversary of the North-
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mong the865 grad
u-ates, which
is the largestgraduating classin ImmaculataUniversity’s his-tory, will be 80-year-old AliceMandrell. WhenAlice was bornin March 1930,
she never dream
-ed that one dayshe would begraduating from
college. Over the
years she has held
several positions
including beinga waitress andworking in themanufacturing,
business, and in-
surance indus-
tries. While work
-ing for NationalLiberty, for 14
years, she began
to take advan-tage of someclasses held there. After retiring from National Liberty,Alice enrolled at Delaware County Community Collegewhere she earned her associate degree in General Studies.In 2006, she began taking classes at Immaculata Univer-
sity. At first, Alice thought that she would major in English.
After a Poetry class that she found harder than expected
and after speaking with Sister Elaine Glanz, IHM, Ph.D., chair
of the English department at the time, Alice was encour-
aged to follow her academic strength—which was Theology.
She has loved every minute of every class. This pastsemester, Alice has especially appreciated the Theologycourses on Edith Stein and John Paul II and was excited to
take Spanish so that she can communicate better with those
who are Spanish-speaking.
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 In addition to appearing onstage, Tonia Tecce also findstime to perform at benefit concerts and fundraisers for colleges, churches and hospitals.
Soprano Tonia Tecce Gears Upfor Slate of Spring Gigs
 Alice Mandrell, age 80, will be among the865 Immaculata graduates on
 May 16.
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Tot Shabbat andFamily Services
Friday,
May 14
at 6:00 p.m. there will be a Lively Tot Shabbat service with Rabbi Peter Rigler, Menschy Monkey and newcomers Mitzy the
Mitzvah Giraffe and Rachel Thomasat Temple Sholom in Broomall. The
service is followed by a 6:30 Pot
Luck dinner. Reservations request-ed.
 At 7:30 p.m. will be a Family 
Shabbat service lead by Rabbi Peter 
Rigler and Cantor Patrice Kaplan.
Temple Sholom in Broomall is located
at 55 N. Church Lane in Broomall,PA 19008. For info or to participatein the dinner, call Temple SholomOffice at 610-356-5165.
May Fair at LansdowneFriends School
Join Lansdowne Friends School from
10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday,
May 
15
at the school, 110 N. Lansdowne
 Avenue, Lansdowne, for an activeday of family fun during the annu-
al celebration of spring with a may 
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pole, great food, live music, vendors
(including handcrafted and col-lectible items), moonbounce, facepainting, games, crafts, and more
activities for children! For info call
610-623-2548. Ample free on-street
parking is available.
 Attic Treasures Sale
 Adath Israel will hold its first An-nual “New to You” sale on Sunday,
May 16
from 10-3
and
Monday,
May 17
from 10-1. Purchase quality 
secondhand items at amazing prices.
 Adath Israel is located at 250 North
Highland Avenue in Merion Station,
PA 19066 (at the intersection of 
Old Lancaster Avenue and Highland Avenue). For info call 610-934-1920.
Meet, Pat &Milk a Goat!
In celebration of Shavuot (when itis traditional to eat dairy foods)
Germantown Jewish Centre’s women’s
Club invites children and adults of all ages to this hands-on program.Participants will have the opportu-nity to meet, pat and milk Nubian
goats. And then taste the milk, whe
 y and cheese they make. This cele-bration will take place on Sunday,
May 16
from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in
the Germantown Jewish Centre park 
-ing lot (event is weather permit-
ting). This event will be held at Ger-
mantown Jewish Centre, 400 West
Ellet Street, Philadelphia, PA 19119,
and is free to the public. For infor-mation contact program@german-townjewishcentre.org or 215-844-1507 ext. 19.
 Volunteer Gardeners
 Volunteer Opportunity with JFCS:Brith Sholom House Gardening onSunday,
May 16, 2010,
1:30 - 4:30
p.m. Brith Sholom House, an apart
-
ment building for seniors, 3939 Con-
shohocken Avenue, near City Ave.Gardeners get your gloves andspades ready. Brith Sholom House,an apartment building for seniors would like to have a group of vol-unteers to help spruce up their garden. This is a very flexible vol-unteer assignment and you couldinvite your friends and family tohelp. Enjoy the spring weather andhelp brighten the environment for our seniors. For information con-tact Lisa at 267-256-2082 or EmailLTischler@jfcsphilly.org.
NAMI Forum
NAMI PA, Main Line will host the
next Main Line NAMI Forum: “Ask 
the Experts: Advice on Mental Ill-ness, Treatment and Recovery”onSun.,
May 16
at 2 p.m.Attendeescan ask Steve Siegal, psychiatrist,and Monnica Williams, psycholo-gist, questions about mental ill-ness, treatment, and recovery.Both Drs. Siegel and Williams areaffiliated with the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine
Psychiatry Department.Come with
 your questions or just to listen to
the discussion.Light refreshments
 will be served.This event isfreeand open to the public and will be
held at Ardmore Presbyterian Church,
5 W. Montgomery Ave. (at Mill Creek Rd.), in Ardmore.Call 267-251-6240
for information.
Pajama Storytime
On Monday,
May 17
at 7 p.m., come
snuggle up with your child at a
special Pajama Storytime to be held
at the Haverford Township FreeLibrary. The library will be hosting
a musical guest from MAKIN’ MUSIC
(www.makinmusic.com) to treatadults and children alike to a
memorable hour of fun. The library is located at 1601 Darby Road, Hav 
-ertown, PA. For information, call610-446-3082, or visit www.haver-fordlibrary.org.
Evening of Learning
On Tuesday,
May 18
at 9 p.m. jointhe Germantown Jewish Centrefor an evening of learning inspiredby the Coen brother’s film, “A Seri-ous Man.” Text study and discus-sion led by Dr. Elsie Stern, Recon-
structionist Rabbinical College, and
Rabbis Leonard Gordon and AdamZeff. For info contact program@germantownjewishcentre.org or 215-844-1507 ext. 19.
“Celebrate Artsand Aging”
The Rotunda showcases outstand-ing exhibits of senior artwork for the “Celebrate Arts and Aging” fes-tival presented in May by Philadel-phia Corporation for Aging (PCA)in collaboration with Phillyfun-guide.com. A special meet-the-art-ists reception will take place at theRotunda, located at 4014 Walnut
Street in West Philadelphia, on Tues-
day,
May 18,
from 2 to 4 p.m. Theexhibit runs
through May 28.
 Artwork can only be seen duringscheduled events. For information: www.therotunda.org. For informa-tion on all “Celebrate Arts and Ag-ing” exhibits and events, visit www.phillyfunguide.com, or callthe PCA Helpline at 215-765-9040.
PHS Young FriendsOpen House
PHS Young Friends, a vibrant group
of adults age 40 and under whoshare a common interest in green-ing and the positive impact it hason the Philadelphia region, will beholding an Open House on Wed.,
May 19
from 5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.at the Pennsylvania Horticultural
Society, 100 N. 20th Street, 1st floor.
Meet President-Elect Drew Becher,
learn about volunteer and social
opportunities in parks and gardens,
and get involved in projects tha
make Philadelphia a greener place.
Food and drinks served. RSVP:
mnicoletto@pennhort.org. For info
 visit PHSOnline.org.
Meet Author 
On Wednesday,
May 19
at 7 p.m.,
the Haverford Township Free Library 
 will host a local author. JoyceMagnin, who wrote “The Prayersof Agnes Sparrow,” will be at thelibrary for a book talk and signing.Magnin’s book tells the story of anunusual woman, Agnes Sparrow.“The Prayers of Agnes Sparrow” was named among the top 5 Chris-tian Fiction novels of 2009. Visi
http://joycemagnin.homestead.com.
The library is located at 1601 Darby 
Road. For info, contact ChristineFaris at 610-446-3082 ext. 211, o visit www.haverfordlibrary.org.
Roosevelt Speaker 
Professor Roger Lane will speaabout “Franklin Delano Rooseveland the Paradox of Leadership” aTemple Sholom in Broomall onThursday evening,
May 20
at 7:30p.m. He will examine how FDR,despite his undistinguished back-
ground as a student and as a lawyer,
rose to international prominence.Temple Sholom is located at 55 N.Church Lane in Broomall, and isopen to the public without charge.
The building is handicapped acces
sible. For directions and info calTemple Sholom in Broomall at 610-356-5165.
 All Aboard for Chadds Ford
The Chadds Ford Historical Society 
opens its newest exhibit “Al Aboard for Chadds Ford” on Friday,
May 21, 2010,
from 5:30 p.m. to8:00 p.m. at the Barn Visitor Cen-ter. This wonderful new exhibi will take a look at the railroads
 which served the area – the Octoraro
branch of the Pennsylvania Rail-road and the Wilmington & North-ern Railroad as well as the Wes
Chester Street Railway which serve
Lenape Park. In conjunction withthe exhibit the Society is planningan excursion on the #4662, a gas-
electric powered “Doodlebug” which
ran on the Octoraro Line and isnow owned by the Wilmington Western Railway. This exhibit isopen to the public and will contin-
ue until December 2010. The CFHS
is located on at 1736 Creek Road inhistoric Chadds Ford. For info, cal610-388-7376, email info@chadds-
fordhistory.org or visit www.chadds
-fordhistory.org. Office hours areMonday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 2p.m.
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National Geographic Filmmaker, Karin Muller with little more than
a backpack and camera enters regions of conflict, learns the lan-guage, meets the humblest of people and documents life. Karinpresents her specially captured footage and tells the tales fromSudan and Cuba. Program takes place at 2:00 and 7:30 p.m.,Wednesday,
May 19
at the Academy of Natural Sciences, 19thStreet and Ben Franklin Parkway. Tickets at the door for $12Geographical Society members, $15 non-members, and $7.50
students. For advance tickets, visit www.geographicalsociety.org
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The Philadelphia Joke Initiative presents “Rodgers and HammersteinAre Dead,” a fully improvised musical starring members of the improv troupe Ladies and Gentlemen. Every word and note is made up on thespot, for a hilarious and surprising night of theatre in the style of thelegendary composers. All performances are held at the Latvian Society of Philadelphia, 531 North 7th Street, Philadelphia, PA. The show runs
May 13 - May 29.
Tickets range between $10 - $20. For information,visit www.contactpji.com or call 215-821-8PJI (8754).
Spring Tastings at Morris Arboretum
Morris Arboretum hosts its 3rd annual beer tasting and dinner celebrat-ing Philadelphia’s designation as “Brussels on the Schuylkill” on Friday,
May 14
from 7 - 9 p.m. Belgium beers have long been considered someof the finest beers in the world, and Philadelphia is one of the leadingcities in its appreciation of Belgium beer, hence the new nickname tocommemorate Philly’s beer connoisseurs. Cost for the Beer TastingDinner is $50 for Arboretum members and $55 for non-members. On
May 27
from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., will be “A Special Evening of WineTasting with Dick Vermeil.” It’s the perfect kick off to Memorial Day weekend as beloved former coach of the Eagles, Dick Vermeil presentswines from his family vineyard in Napa Valley California. Cost is $75 for Arboretum members and $85 for non-members. Space is limited, so calltoday to reserve tickets, 215-247-5777 ext. 156 or 125 or visit morrisar-boretum.org for information.
 Annual Student Exhibition
The 109th Annual Student Exhibition will be held at the Pennsylvania
Academy of the Fine Arts in the Samuel M.V. Hamilton Building, 128 North
Broad Street, Philadelphia,
May 14 though June 6, 2010.
 A Preview Party hosted by the Women’s Board will be held
May 13, 2010.
The ben-efit evening offers guests the first chance to view and purchase morethan 1,000 paintings, sculptures, works on paper, and installations cre-ated by PAFA students. The student exhibitors are present to discusstheir work, the Student Exhibition features the work of third and fourthyear Certificate and Graduating Master of Fine Arts Student as well asaward recipients. Proceeds from the Student Exhibition lend financialsupport to student scholarships and to community outreach programs.Students retain the majority of the purchase price of works sold. For information call 215-972-0550.
 Walnut Street Theatre 201st Anniversary Gala
The Walnut Street Theatre will celebrate multiple honorees this year with the 2010 Edwin Forrest Award at its landmark 201st Anniversary Gala. This year’s Gala marks an exciting change in programming fromprevious years, introducing the inaugural Gala Concert. Aptly titled “A Few of My Favorite Things,” the evening will begin with a 90-minuteconcert featuring some of the Walnut’s (and Philadelphia’s) favorite per-formers. Scheduled to perform are such Philadelphia theatre luminaries
as Mary Martello, Jennie Eisenhower, Michael Philip O’Brien, Ben Dibble,
Joilet Harris and Fran Prisco (just to name a few). Your favorite Walnutperformers will sing their personal favorite Broadway numbers andshare behind-the-scenes stories! The Gala Concert will take place on theWalnut Street Theatre Mainstage (9th and Walnut Sts.) at 7 p.m. on Fri-day,
May 14.
Following the Gala Concert, a VIP After-Party will be heldin the Conrady Lobby of Thomas Jefferson University’s Dorrance H.Hamilton Building (1001 Locust Street, between 10th and 11th). Ticketprices range from $25 - $250 and are available at the Walnut Box Office,online at www.walnutstreettheatre.org or by phone at 215-574-3550.
Radnor Hunt Races
The 80th running of the Radnor Hunt Races, “Racing for Open Space,”will be held
May 15, 2010,
on the grounds of the Radnor Hunt, 826rovidence Road, Malvern, beginning at 1:30 p.m. The presenting spon-or is BNY Mellon Wealth Management. Proceeds of the Radnor Huntaces benefit the Brandywine Conservancy. Funds have provided impor-ant support for the Conservancy’s vital efforts to protect open space andater resources in southern Pennsylvania and northern Delaware. To
date more than 43,000 acres are permanently protected including the Rad-
nor Hunt racecourse and surrounding lands. For info call 610-388-8383.
UCAL Fundraiser and Auction
University City Arts League (UCAL) presents its 28th Annual Fundraiser and Auction, Saturday,
May 15,
from 6 p.m. - 10 p.m. The event will takeplace at the University of the Sciences of Philadelphia, (USP) McNeil
Science and Technology Center, Wilson Student Center, 600 S. 43rd Street
in Philadelphia. Tickets for the dinner/preview are $40. For dinner reservations, contact 215-382-7811. Tickets to the silent and live auctioncost $10 adult; $5 child 13-18; and are free for children under 12. They can be purchased at the door. This fun-loving community event isUCAL’s primary fundraiser to support its quality arts programming at thecenter located at 4226 Spruce Street. Call the Arts League at 215 382-7811 for info or to reserve for dinner or visit www.ucartsleague.org.
Fashion Show 2010
“Bryant Park Returns to the Parkway” for another show of glamour heldunder tent in Aviator Park. The show, “kaleidoscopic,” features: Senior fashion design students presenting their eveningwear collections; Jun-
iors presenting swim wear and menswear/sportswear collections; Sopho-
mores present children’s wear collection. The show will be held Satur-day,
May 15, 2010,
at 8:00 p.m. under the tent in Aviator Park, acrossfrom Moore College of Art & Design, 20th Street and The Parkway, Phila-delphia, PA 19103. VIP Seating: $100; General Admission: $25. Ticketsavailable at The Art Shop at Moore, 215-965-8586. Limited seating. Notickets sold at the door; early purchase strongly advised.
“Peter Pan”
 Acting Without Boundaries, AWB Jr, is presenting “Peter Pan,”
May 16,2010,
at West-Wike Theatre at the Agnes Irwin School, Ithan Avenue &Conestoga Road, Rosemont, at 3 p.m. Free admission. Donationsaccepted. Starring in the production are actors of AWB Jr. Founded in2004 by Christina Rouse, Acting Without Boundaries (AWB) and AWBJr., are unique, year-round theatre programs that provide an open forumfor the creative and artistic expression of children, teenagers, and youngadults with physical disabilities. For information call 610-922-8240.
 Annual Golf Classic
The Haverford School is presenting its 22nd Annual “Doc” Thomas Golf Classic,
May 17, 2010,
at Rolling Green Golf Club, Springfield, Pennsyl- vania. The proceeds from the Golf Classic will be allocated to both theJohn L. “Doc” Thomas ’23 Memorial Scholarship Fund and The Haver-ford School Athletic Endowment Fund. For info call 610-642-3150.
 An Evening in Franklin Square
Historic Philadelphia Inc. will host “An Evening in Franklin Square,”
May 
20, 2010.
 A magic night of fun and fundraising will begin at 4:30 p.m. with Governor’s Cup Mini Golf Tournament. Cocktails and silent auction
at 5:30 p.m. followed by dinner, live auction and dancing. Franklin Square
is located at 6th & Race Streets, Philadelphia. For info call 610-416-1216.
Philly’s Dance Collective
Dance and performing arts enthusiasts will love “Philly’s Dance Collec-tive!” Enjoy a sampling of dance performances by various area renownedartists all in one evening (or come to both evenings to enjoy even more
artists!). Evening performances include: Friday – Kelly Adorno/coEXISTdance,
ContempraDance Theatre, Diana Jewell & Dancers, MarDelDance, Versatile Hip Hop Dance Company, Dangerous And Movin’ Dance Com-pany, ETCH Dance Co.; Saturday – ContempraDance Theatre, JT LotusDance Company, Kate Jordan Dance Theatre, The Moving Company,Charles Tyson Jr., Melange Contemporary Dance Company, ChristinaCatanese and Julia Cuccaro. Performances will take place on
May 21and 22, 2010
at 7:30 p.m. both nights at the Painted Bride Art Center at
230 Vine St., Philadelphia, PA 19106. Tickets are $20 or $35 for both even-
ings and are available online at www.danceboxoffice.com or by phone at610-225-3007. Visit www.contempradancetheatre.org for information or call 610-225-3007.
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Community for Active Seniors 62 and Older“Best in Apartment Living 2009”
SECTION 8
Benefits:
Individual Heat and AirEntraguard Entry SystemGas Range/DisposalPull Chain Emergency Alarmin Bedroom and Bath.Laundry Facilities/CableLibrary/ChapelSenior Citizen Club on site:Enjoy Hobbies,Cards and Activities,Lunches in OurCommunity Room.
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Rates Based on 30% of Adjusted Monthly Income.Maximum IncomeRestrictions.
 And More:
Convenient to PublicTransportation,Shoppingand Medical Facilities.
3901 Conshohocken Ave.,Phila.

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