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uthor and Emmy
Award-winning
writer for “The
Daily Show with Jon
Stewart,” Kevin Bleyer
will join the National
Constitution Center for
a laugh-out-loud discus-
sion of his new book
Me the People: One Man’s
Selfish Quest to Rewrite
the Constitution of the
United States of America.
Coinciding with the Inde-
pendence Day holiday,
this lively event will take
place on Thursday, July
5, 2012 at 6 p.m. Part
history lesson and part
satirical spoof, Bleyer’s
comic take on an old
classic tracks the “flaws”
in America’s founding
document and offers
humorous solutions for
how to cease today’s
Congressional bickering
and gridlock—among
them, that every Ameri-
can would become a
member of Congress at
birth. Admission is $5 and includes access to Freedom Ris-
ing, the main exhibition The Story of We the People, and
the iconic Signers’ Hall. Reservations are encouraged and
can be made in advance by calling 215-409-6700 or visiting
www.constitutioncenter.org.
In Me the People, Bleyer uses history and humor to bring
attention to long-standing constitutional debates. Along the
way, he visits the birthplace of democracy (Greece) and
the home of American freedom (Philadelphia) and debates
the failures of Article III with Supreme Court Justice Antonin
Scalia.
In addition to writing for “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart,”
J
ewish Family and Children’s Service
(JFCS) of Greater Philadelphia pre-
sents Women and Resiliency: Find-
ing Strength, Creating Change on Tues-
day evening, July 10 from 5 - 8:30
p.m. at the Merion Tribute House (625
Hazelhurst Avenue, Merion Station, PA 19066).
At the Fourth Edna S. Tuttleman Symposium
on Women, attendees will hear from four
courageous women who have transformed
their challenging life experiences into a pas-
sion for helping others. Open to women and
men of all backgrounds, this symposium is
an invitation to explore how people find the
strength, support, and hope
necessary to transcend
adversity.
The Keynote speaker is
Sherri Mandell, Author,
Activist (Co-Founder, Koby
Mandell Foundation), and
Mother; along with three
panelists, Carol Caruso,
Executive Director of NAMI
PA Montgomery County;
Ellyn Phillips, President of
the ALS Association of
Greater Philadelphia Chap-
ter; and Dorothy Speight,
Executive Director and
Founder of Mothers in Charge.
This year’s Edna S. Tuttle-
man Award will be presented to Jane Golden,
of the City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Pro-
gram.
The symposium includes 2 CEUs and light
fare for $25 per person; $15 for students.
Space is limited. To register, visit www.jfcs-
philly.org/symposium or call Julie at 267-256-
2255.
JFCS provides quality social and commu-
nity services across the life spectrum to en-
hance the lives of families, children, and indi-
viduals. Guided by Jewish values, the services
are available to all in the Greater Philadel-
phia region.
V
isit West Laurel Hill Ceme-
tery on Sunday, July 8
for a unique, first-time
event featuring representatives
from the Athletic Base Ball
Club of Philadelphia who will
lead a presentation introduc-
ing “the sociable and well-play-
ed game that defined 1864
base ball.” As a warm-up for
the afternoon’s authentically
vintage match, learn about the
history of the club, the history
of nineteenth century base ball
and the uniforms and equip-
ment employed during the
same era in which West Laurel
Hill Cemetery was founded,
nearly 145 years ago!
The presentation will be
followed by a tour of renown-
ed baseball players interred
at West Laurel Hill Cemetery
including Harry Wright and
the Shibes. The double-head-
er vintage baseball match will
follow the tour.
For information about the
Club and to catch a glimpse
of what you’ll experience at
the event, visit www.philly-
vintagebaseball.org.
The presentation takes
place at 11 a.m. inside Bring-
hurst Funeral Home on the
grounds of West Laurel Hill
Cemeter y, 225 Bel mont
Avenue, Bala Cynwyd. The
vintage, double-header match
begins at 1 p.m. at the Bala
Cynwyd Playground directly
across from West Laurel Hill
Cemetery.
For information or to pur-
chase tickets, call 610-664-
1591, visit www. forever-
care.com or email contactus@
forever-care.com. Tickets
are $15/Adult and $5/Chil-
dren under 6. Price includes
presentation, lunch, tour
and double-header vintage
match.
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At the Fourth Edna S. Tuttle-
man Symposium on Women,
attendees will hear from four
courageous women who have
transformed their challeng-
ing life experiences into a
passion for helping others.
The Keynote speaker is Sherri
Mandell, Author, Activist (Co-
Founder, Koby Mandell Foun-
dation), and Mother.
See Meet “Me the People” Author on page 7
Author and Emmy Award-winning
writer for “The Daily Show with Jon
Stewart,” Kevin Bleyer will join the
National Constitution Center for a
laugh-out-loud discussion of his new
book “Me the People: One Man’s
Selfish Quest to Rewrite the Consti-
tution of the United States of Ameri-
ca,” on July 5, at 6 p.m.
Current members of the Athletic Base Ball Club of Philadelphia. Join West Laurel Hill
Cemetery for a baseball presentation and vintage, double-header match on July 8.
JFCS of Greater Philadelphia Presents
Edna S. Tuttleman Symposium
Women and Resiliency: Finding Strength, Creating Change – An Evening of Reflection
Historic West Laurel Hill Cemetery to Host First Vintage Baseball Event
Kevin Bleyer Presents His
Laugh-Inducing Reboot of
America’s Founding Document
Photo/Kirsti Samuels
Taste of Philadelphia
Concert and Fireworks
Spectacular
Local Philadelphia culinary favor-
ites are served up for another day
June 30, as a headliner lights up
the stage with a soulful perfor-
mance at Penn’s Landing, 301 S.
Columbus Blvd, 11 a.m. - 10 p.m.
During the afternoon, Taste atten-
dees will be the first to hear per-
formances from the finalists of the
2nd Annual Wawa Welcome Ameri-
ca! Singer/Songwriter Competition.
The acts will perform before Phila-
delphia music industry judges on
the RiverStage in the hopes of being
crowned the 2012 winner. Later
that evening, Taste will end with a
bang – literally – as a brilliant fire-
works display, sponsored by Adven-
ture Aquarium, illuminates the sky
over the Delaware River. For infor-
mation, visit www.welcomeameri-
ca.com.
2nd Annual
Pirate Festival
Mark your calendars, Mateys! The
Kalmar Nyckel Foundation will
host Wilmington’s second annual
“Pirate Festival” on Saturday, June
30 from 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. in Tub-
man-Garrett Park on Wilmington’s
Riverfront. This year, the Festival
will feature crews of pirates from
six different states, seven bands,
more food and more fun! The event
is designed for families and pirate
enthusiasts. Sea dogs and scally-
wags of all ages will experience the
life of an 18th century pirate. The
Festival will feature a wide variety
of activities including a Pirate
Parade, Costume Contest, crafts and
activities, food and music and a
chance to tour the historic, Kalmar
Nyckel. “Pirate crews” will share
stories about the history of piracy
on the Delaware River and what the
lives of pirates were like 300 years
ago. Entrance is free for all atten-
dees, although some activities will
charge a small fee. Visit kalmar-
nyckel.org for into.
All are welcomed to continue the
festivities at the Blue Rocks Pirate
Night game on June 30, scheduled
for 6:05 p.m. start time. (Gates open
at 5 p.m.). There will be prizes for
fans that come dressed in their pirate
garb. For information call 302-888-
BLUE or visit www.bluerocks.com.
Super Scooper
All-You-Can-Eat Ice
Cream Festival
On Saturday, June 30, come to an
All-You-Can-Eat Ice Cream Festival
at Walnut West Parking Lot, at Colum-
bus Blvd. and Walnut Street, 12 p.m.
- 5 p.m., and 6 p.m. - 9 p.m. Guests
are invited to enjoy an all-you-can-
eat ice cream buffet benefiting the
Joshua Kahan Fund, fighting to cure
pediatric cancer. $7 admission is
required to enter. This event is also
happening Sunday, July 1, from 12
p.m. - 5 p.m. For information, visit
www.welcomeamerica.com.
Girls Rock Philly
Unplugged Benefit
Philadelphia’s popular cabaret sing-
er and songwriter Karen Gross
(www.karengross.com) and Girls
Rock Philly (www.girlsrockphilly.org)
have joined forces for “Karen Gross
Presents Girls Rock Philly Unplug-
ged,” a benefit concert slated for 7
p.m. on Saturday, June 30 at the
Tin Angel, 20 S. 2nd Street, Old City
Philadelphia. In addition to produc-
ing, singing, and emceeing the event
with her signature sassy humor,
Karen will host three of Philadel-
phia’s most recognized and accom-
plished female musicians: “Best of
Philly”-winning songwriter Suzie
Brown, soulful songstress and TV
star Kharisma McIlwaine, and inter-
nationally touring, harp-based sing-
er-songwriter Gillian Grassie. All
event proceeds will benefit Girls
Rock Philly scholarships. Tickets are
$15 and can be purchased at 215-
928-0770 or www.tinangel.com. Note:
the show is 21+.
Bartram 50th Reunion
John Bartram High School Class of
1962 is looking for classmates for
its 50th Reunion. For information
contact Frank Calabretti at 215-896-
5317.
Free Concert with
Eddie Money
Classic Rock 102.9 MGK and XFIN-
ITY Live Philadelphia announce
102.9 MGK’s Philly FREEdom Concert
with Eddie Money on Tuesday, July
3, 2012 at XFINITY Live. Admis-
sion and parking will be free. The
doors of XFINITY Live will open to
the public at 11 a.m. The WMGK
House Band All That Matters will
play at 7:30 p.m. Eddie Money will
take the stage at 9 p.m. Additional
classic rock cover bands may be
added to the bill. A full list of items
that will be allowed into the venue
that day can be found at wmgk.com.
Upper Darby Fireworks
The Upper Darby Department of
Leisure Services presents its pop-
ular Upper Darby Township Sousa
Concert and Fireworks show fea-
turing a concert by the acclaimed
Upper Darby Sousa Band perform-
ing favorite marches with a salute
to veterans, The Upper Darby Sum-
mer Stage Shooting Stars show-
casing their high energy song and
dance and a professional fireworks
show. The concert starts at 8:15
p.m. on Tuesday, July 3 at the Up-
per Darby High School Memorial
Stadium, Lansdowne Avenue and
School Lane in Drexel Hill. The
fireworks begin at 9:20 p.m. The
rain date in July 5. Gates to the
stadium will open at 7:30 p.m. Ad-
mission is $4 and children 5 and
under are free. Tickets are avail-
able at the gate only. No lawn chairs
or coolers are permitted in the sta-
dium. Call 610-622-1189 for info.
Celebration of
Freedom Ceremony
Celebration of Freedom Ceremony
will be held on the Steps of Inde-
pendence Hall, 6th and Market
Streets, 10 a.m. - 11 a.m. on July
4. Come pay tribute to our great
nation with a celebration of music,
inspiring remarks and a reading of
excerpts from the Declaration of
Independence, among other special
elements. For information, visit
www.welcomeamerica.com.
Philadelphia
Independence Day
Parade
On July 4 the Philadelphia Independ-
ence Day Parade t akes pl ace
throughout Historic Philadelphia,
11 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. An annual
Philadelphia classic takes freedom
to the streets with more than hun-
dreds of participants from states
across the nation, including march-
ing bands, floats, military organi-
zations and several special per-
forming teams. This visual feast is
the most diverse 4th of July Parade
in the country, and people of all
ages will surely enjoy the patriotic
pageantry as it winds through the
nation’s most historic square mile.
For information, visit www.wel-
comeamerica.com.
Party on the Parkway
The highly anticipated day-long
July 4 Party on the Parkway kicks
off at noon on the Benjamin Frank-
lin Parkway from 20th Street to
Eakins Oval, featuring blocks and
blocks of exciting and educational
activities, games, entertainment and
food for the whole family until 7
p.m. For info, visit www.welcome-
america.com.
Philly 4th of July
Jam and Grand Finale
Fireworks
The Roots will serve as the house
band for the Wawa Welcome Amer-
ica! Philly 4th of July Jam – “The
Largest Free Concert in America”
at 7 p.m. The festival’s Musical
Director Ahmir “?uestlove” Thomp-
son will perform alongside an in-
credibly talented array of the bright-
est and boldest talent on the na-
tional music scene including Queen
Latifah, Daryl Hall, Common, Joe
Jonas and more special guests, on
the Benjamin Franklin Parkway.
Following this spectacular perfor-
mance will be an amazing fire-
works display over the Philadelphia
Museum of Art.
Scott Arboretum Tour
Join Andrew Bunting, curator, for
a free tour of the Scott Arboretum
on Saturday, July 21, 3 to 4:30
p.m. Learn about the highlights of
the garden in July. The tour will
begin at the Scott Arboretum offices
and is free and open to the public.
In case of inclement weather, the
tour will be canceled. For info, call
the Scott Arboretum offices at 610-
328-8025.
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The Obsoleets kick off Community Arts Center’s Free Outdoor
Summer Concert Series on July 6 at 7 p.m. at the Arts Center,
414 Plush Mill Road, Wallingford, PA 19086. There will be a
free concert every Friday night in July at 7 p.m. For information,
call the Center at 610-566-1713 or visit www.communityarts-
center.org.
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National Liberty Museum to Present
“Seeking Freedom” Glass Exhibition
The National Liberty Museum presents the upcoming exhibition:
“Seeking Freedom: Six Artists’ Journeys from Oppression to Freedom.”
The exhibition will open on June 28, in concert with Welcome America,
and continues through October 12, 2012. More than two dozen sculp-
tural works in glass from six artists who fled Communist homelands will
be featured, alongside the stories of their escapes and quotes from the
artists on how their lives are different in America. Participating artists
include Latchezar Boyadjiev (Bulgaria/Czechoslovakia), Jose Chardiet
(Cuba), Janusz Walentynowicz (Poland), Martin Rosol (Czechoslovakia),
Binh Pho (Vietnam) and Pavel Novak (Czechoslovakia). There is no
additional charge to view this exhibit and all works are available for pur-
chase. There will also be a Free-to-the-Public Opening event for this
exhibition on Thursday, June 28 from 5:30 - 8 p.m. Reservations are
required. Call 215-925-2800, ext. 0. Also, visit www.libertymuseum.org/
calendar-of-events for continuous updates on appearances, presentations
and demonstrations by participating artists.
Kimmel Center Free Tours
Come out and visit the Kimmel Center campus for a behind the scenes
look at where the magic happens! Free tours of the Kimmel Center are
offered Tuesday through Sunday at 1 p.m. The Art & Architecture
tour is offered on Saturdays at 10:30. Register at the information desk
in the Plaza. Academy of Music tours are available on selected dates by
reservation only. Group tours are also available. For information and reg-
istration for group or Academy of Music tours, call the tour desk at 215-
790-5886.
Six Flags Debuts ‘Brew Ha Ha’ Craft Beer
Festival and Comedy Show
Six Flags Great Adventure will host its first “Brew Ha Ha” craft beer fes-
tival and comedy show June 30. Thirty breweries will be located in the
Old County Picnic Grove where guests will enjoy various beers produced
regionally, nationally and internationally. The comedy show, presented
by NJ 101.5 FM, will begin at 7 p.m. and will feature comedians Carl
Labove and local favorite Uncle Floyd. The festival will run from 3:30 to
6:30 p.m. with an early entry for season pass holders from 3 to 3:30 p.m.
Event is rain or shine. A variety of ticket packages are available. Every
ticket package includes all-you-can-eat buffet and comedy show admis-
sion. Guests must be at least 21 years old with a valid ID to enter. Tickets
must be purchased in advance to receive the best prices. Limited num-
ber of tickets are available at the door. To purchase tickets and/or info
visit http://www.sixflags.com/greatAdventure/events/BeerFest.aspx.
Philadelphia Theatre Company Hosts
Summer Film Series
Philadelphia Theatre Company hosts THE GREAT AMERICAN MUSICAL
Summer Film Series on four, consecutive Wednesday nights beginning
July 11 with FUNNY GIRL; then BYE, BYE BIRDIE on July 18; GREASE
(the sing-a-long version) on July 25; and concludes with DREAMGIRLS
on August 1. Each screening, beginning at 7 p.m., will be held at PTC’s
home the Suzanne Roberts Theatre (Broad and Lombard Streets). General
admission tickets are $8 for adults and $4 for children 12 and under and
are available by calling the PTC Box Office at 215-985-0420 or visiting
PhiladelphiaTheatreCompany.org.
“Delco Idol Junior 2012”
Emmy winner Bill Vargus, best known in the Philadelphia region for his
12 years as FOX-29’s sports anchor, will emcee The Media Theatre’s
“Delco Idol Junior 2012” this summer. The popular Sunday evening vocal
contest in which aspiring young singers ages 7-13 perform their hearts
out for appreciative audiences begins July 15 at 7 p.m. A full listing of
the 2012 “Delco Idol” and “Delco Idol Junior” contestants appears online
at www.mediatheatre.org, where you may also vote for your favorite.
Each vote is $2 and assists the programming at The Media Theatre.
Those with the most votes each week have points added to their judges’
scores and may be saved from elimination. Contestants are eliminated
each week until only 20 remain for the finals. “Delco Idol Junior” starts
up Sunday night July 15 and continues through Sunday night August 12.
Call 610-891-0100 for information.
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Explore the factors that influence resiliency and enable people to transcend
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spirituality in the process of recovery.
Jewish Family and Children’s Service of
Greater Philadelphia Presents
The Fourth Edna S. Tuttleman Symposium
on Women
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Women and Resiliency:
Finding Strength, Creating Change
An Evening of Refection
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Winners of The Haverford
School’s most prestigious
awards were announced at
commencement exercises on
June 8 in the School’s Field
House, from left – Peter Rogers,
co-winner of The Frederick C.
Peters II Prize, which honors
a member of the graduating
class whose leadership has
made the School happier for
his presence and whose loyal
service to Haverford has inspir-
ed in his fellow students a more
generous vision of good citizen-
ship; Rémi Yang, winner of
The Daniel S. Newhall 2nd
Plaque, given to the young
man with the highest scholas-
tic standing in the graduating
class among the winners of
the School letter in any branch
of sport; The Alumni Associa-
tion Key Man Award; and The
Phi Beta Kappa Association
of Philadelphia Award, given
to that member of the gradu-
ating class who excels in his
scholastic record and who possesses inherent character and integrity; Will McNamara, winner
of The Frank C. Roberts III Cup, given to that member of the graduating class who has shown
true sportsmanship in working and playing squarely, in being a good loser and graceful win-
ner, and in making and keeping friends; and George Lemmon III, co-winner of The Frederick
C. Peters II Prize.
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tion” for visual artists. The show’s opening reception is Sunday, July 8, 2012, from
noon to 3 p.m., in MRAC’s gallery, located at 419 Green Lane (rear), Philadelphia, PA 19128.
The public is invited to partake of light refreshments and meet the artists. There will be a
second reception on Sunday, July 29 from 3 to 5 p.m. including an awards ceremony start-
ing at 4:30 p.m.
The competition is open to the public and artists may submit up to four pieces of origi-
nal work. MRAC members will pay a reduced fee for each piece entered. Entrants who join
MRAC will pay the reduced fee and receive other member benefits. Submissions can only
be delivered to MRAC on Friday, July 6 between 4 and 7 p.m. and on Saturday, July 7,
between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. No work will be accepted before or after those times.
Artwork in five categories, selected by juror Siv Spurgeon, from submissions by artists
from the greater Philadelphia area will be on display and for sale. In addition to determin-
ing which works will be included in the show, Spurgeon will award cash prizes, memorial
awards and art related gift certificates for the various categories: painting in oil, watercol-
or and acrylic; Sculpture; Drawing in charcoal, pastel and pencil; mixed media, graphic/dig-
ital, which includes computer-generated art; and photography. A full prospectus with exhi-
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and open to the public. Upcoming concerts include: Craig Bickhardt on
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inviting a Fresh Air child into your home! Each summer,
over 4,000 inner-city children visit suburban, rural and small
town communities across 13 states from Virginia to Maine
and Canada through The Fresh Air Fund’s Volunteer Host
Family Program. Hosting a child does not take much – just
a little room in your heart and your home – but the experi-
ence creates friendships and memories that will last a life-
time.
“The girls really enjoyed running through the sprinkler
and catching fireflies. Those are definitely Arleth’s favorite
things to do when she visits us,” says Siri of Connecticut.
Volunteer families open their homes to children who might
not otherwise be able to enjoy a summer away from New York
City. Fresh Air children experience simple pleasures like run-
ning barefoot through the grass and gazing at star-filled skies.
Through the eyes of Fresh Air children, families often redis-
cover the beauty of their own communities.
The Fresh Air Fund, an independent, not-for-profit agency,
has provided free summer vacations to more than 1.7 million
New York City children from low-income communities since
1877. Fresh Air children are boys and girls, from six to 18 years
old, who live in New York City. Children on first-time visits are
six to 12 years old and stay for one or two weeks. Children
who are reinvited by host families may continue with The
Fresh Air Fund through age 18 and can enjoy extended trips.
Over 65 percent of all children are reinvited to stay with their
host families, year after year.
For information on hosting a Fresh Air child, contact Anne
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Onstage
• Trump Taj Mahal in Atlantic City, NJ presents The Com-
modores in the Arena on Saturday, July 7, at 8 p.m. Re-
nowned for the R&B hits Just to Be Close to You, Easy, and
Brickhouse, The Commodores were one of the top bands
during their long tenure at Motown. For tickets ($19), call
Ticketmaster at 1-800-736-1420 or visit www.ticketmaster.com.
July 4 Events
• City Tavern, 138 South 2nd Street at Walnut Street in
Philadelphia, offers Chef Walter Staib’s Independence Day
menu in addition to his regular à la carte menu, both includ-
ing dishes enjoyed by our forefathers, as City Tavern was the
location of the first July 4th party. From 11:30 a.m. to 2:30
p.m., visit the garden for Ales of the Revolution, view the 18th
century historical re-enactment group from Fort Mifflin dressed
in authentic period garb as they bring to life the daily rituals
of a colonial soldier, display a military campsite, demonstrate
18th century crafts and skills, then enjoy an authentic 18th
century dining experience in the restaurant. General Wash-
ington, Ben Franklin, and Thomas Jefferson will stop by for
the festivities. For reservations and info, call 215-413-1443
or visit www.citytavern.com.
• Historic Germantown presents a daylong community
celebration of our nation’s 236th birthday, Wednesday, July
4, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Celebrate at the five following
Germantown sites and historic houses that played a role in
our nation’s fight for freedom:
– Stenton, 4601 North 18th Street, 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.,
one of the most authentic of Philadelphia’s historic houses,
families invited to enjoy hot dogs and make-your-own ice
cream, create an American flag-themed fan, play Colonial
games, mingle with Benjamin Franklin, and listen to music
by the Run of the Mill String Band. Free admission.
– Tours at Hood Cemetery, 4901 Germantown Avenue, 11
a.m. - 1 p.m. formerly the Lower Burying Ground. Founded in
1692, Hood is the resting place of 41 Revolutionary War sol-
diers. Free admission.
– Exhibition and Tours at Cliveden of the National Trust,
6401 Germantown Avenue, Noon - 4 p.m. Explore Philadel-
phia’s only Revolutionary War battle site, visit the brand-new
exhibition, Life, Liberty & the Pursuit of Happiness?, and tour
the house and newly opened servants’ quarters. Free ad-
mission.
– Concord School & Upper Burying Ground, 6309 German-
town Avenue, attend the eighth annual Bell Ringing Cere-
mony at 2 p.m., a tradition begun in the 18th century and
revived in 2005. Commemorates America’s enduring freedom
by tolling one peal for each year of our nation’s indepen-
dence since 1776. Free admission.
– Johnson House Historic Site, 6306 Germantown Avenue,
A historical performance by Oney Judge at 2:30 p.m. accom-
panies tours of this surviving Underground Railroad Station,
Noon - 4 p.m. Free admission.
Historic Germantown is a partnership of 15 historic sites
in the Germantown section of Philadelphia, including: ACES
Museum, Awbury Arboretum, Cliveden of the National Trust,
Concord School, Deshler-Morris House, Ebenezer Maxwell
Mansion, Germantown Mennonite Historic Trust, German-
town Historical Society, Grumblethorpe, Historic Ritten-
houseTown, Hood Cemetery, Johnson House, La Salle Art
Museum, Stenton and Wyck House and Gardens. Together,
they provide knowledge and resources to help preserve
Germantown’s historic sites, interpret them to the public, and
incorporate them into the life of the local community. For
information, call 215-844-1683 or visit www.freedomsback-
yard.com.
• Bistro St. Tropez, 2400 Market Street, 4th Floor, in the
Marketplace Design Center, offers Chef Patrice Rames’ invi-
tation to a special night of fireworks, Wednesday, July 4.
Come for dinner, an appetizer, or just a cocktail at the bar
and watch the fireworks display from Bistro’s huge picture
window overlooking the Art Museum. Chef Rames’ a la carte
menu offered at 5:30 p.m. For reservations or info, call 215-
569-9269 or visit www.bistrosttropez.com.
Dining Around
• Bierstube Tsingtao, 206 Market Street in Philadelphia,
presents Underbar, a new subterranean, nautically themed
bar and lounge open Friday and Saturday nights, from 5
p.m. - 2 a.m., in a newly designed space below the restau-
rant. Décor is dark woods, subtle lighting, and a waterfall.
Features 16 rotating drafts focusing on brews from the Far
East, specialty Asian inspired cocktails, and a small plate
menu. The legend of Bierstube Tsingtao began in 1888 when
German Imperial Navy chef and brewer M. Gerard fell in love
with a local girl on deployment in Tsingtao, China. Gerard
adopted Chinese ingredients and flavors, married them with
German fare, and created Bierstube Tsingtao. For reserva-
tions or info, visit online at www.mybierstube.com.
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most popular dining destinations – including Pod, Marigold
Kitchen and Distrito – are now taking reservations for the
7th annual University City Dining Days.
University City is home to some of the most innovative
and diverse dining options in the region. From exceptional
craft beer bars to celebrity chef restaurants to cozy BYOBs,
University City’s international dining scene features dishes
from India, Ethiopia, Vietnam and beyond. The participating
restaurants offer a pre-fixe three-course dinner special for
$15, $25 or $30. The discounted price points make it afford-
able to dine at a new location every night of the event, leav-
ing your curiosity – and taste buds – replete and your wal-
let full.
Dining Days drives traffic to University City restaurants
during typically slow periods while introducing new cus-
tomers to the neighborhood’s exciting and ever-growing
dining scene. During Dining Days, the numbers of patrons
increases by more than 50% at participating restaurants, so
reservations are strongly encouraged. “We’re providing a ser-
vice that no one else is providing,” add Jose Garces, owner
of participating restaurants JG Domestic and Distrito.
Prices are for dinner only and do not include tax, gratuity
or alcohol, and reservations should be made directly through
the participating restaurant. Visit www.ucdiningdays.com
for information and for downloadable menus.
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adies and gentlemen, rev your engines! The all new
Resorts Casino Hotel with Rollin Rods of South Jersey
are hosting the Classic Car Show Summer Series continuing
with the seond show on Saturday, June 30.
The Classic Car Shows will feature vehicles prior to 1987
with awards for various categories including up to model
year 1940, model year 1941-49, model year 1950-59, model
year 1960-69, model year 1970-79, model year 1980-87, pick-
ups and rat rods. It costs $15 to enter a classic car into the
show with proceeds benefiting the Warfighter & Family Readi-
ness Center, and entrants will receive a Resorts goodie bag
with offers and $20 in free slot cash. Pre-registered cars will
get $5 off their entry fee and to pre-register call 609-513-3825.
All entries are based on a first come basis and must be reg-
istered and insured.
Resorts and Rollin Rods will also open up a selected area
to feature newer modified show cars. All modified cars must
meet certain requirements and should reach out to Rollin
Rods or call 609-513-3825 for additional details.
In addition to viewing the classic cars, guests will be able
to enjoy live music from the band Tidal Wave from 11 a.m.
to 1 p.m., an array of Boardwalk food favorites foods includ-
ing Big Paulie’s food truck and more.
Guests will also have a chance to win 1951 Chevrolet five-
window pickup by hitting a jackpot on the classic car carousel
while playing with the Resorts Star Card. All guests of the
car show will have a chance at one free handle pull on the
casino floor. Additional discount coupons will also be hand-
ed out to guests during the event, including food, show tick-
ets and more. Visit the promotions booth for details. Star
Cards are free to obtain, and members can start earning
rewards instantly.
The Classic Car Show will be held on the Boardwalk in front
of Resorts and in the Boardwalk Parking lot starting at 8 a.m.
and ending with the awards distribution at 5 p.m. It is free
to view the cars. Rain dates will take place on the following
Sunday (July 1).
Additional dates for the upcoming car shows are July 28
and August 25.
The Warfighter and Family Readiness division includes many
morale, welfare and recreation, or MWR, programs and ser-
vices. These programs include: fitness and sports, deploy-
ed support, libraries, bowling, marinas and outdoor recre-
ation, the Liberty program and entertainment programs.
Warfighter and Family Readiness also includes the Gateway
Inns and Suites, Housing and the Child and Youth Program.
It also consists of Warfighter and Family Services which pro-
vides programs such as relocation assistance, information
and referral, financial management counseling, spouse em-
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tance program.
Visit www.resortsac.com for information.
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A Bastille Day dinner party is being hosted by A l’Ecole Française, on
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Philly @ the Movies –
“Why Did I Get Married?”
Once the sun goes down, the big screen goes up for a night of movie
entertainment under the stars on July 2. Enjoy Tyler Perry’s 2007 hit,
“Why Did I Get Married?,” at the Dell Music Center, North 33rd Street, 9
p.m. For information, visit www.welcomeamerica.com.
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with others? Do you want to give back to your community but just haven’t found the
right fit?
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provide respite care and emo-
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their families, such as running
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T
he Watermark at Logan Square, a retirement community
in Center City Philadelphia, offers opportunities for seniors
to plan their lives wisely at two free Lunch & Learn programs
in July. One program focuses on moving to smaller quarters
and the other is ideal for those concerned about their retire-
ment investments.
Marlene Stocks from Senior
Transition Services of Hunting-
don Valley presents her pop-
ular tips and strategies for
de-cluttering on Wednesday,
July 11 at 11:30 a.m. “The 4
P’s of Downsizing: Process,
Pills, Paperwork & Pictures”
focuses on managing common
items that tend to accumu-
late. “People often get over-
whelmed and they literally
don’t know where to begin,”
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ness guides families in the process of relocating from larger
homes to smaller residences. “I present a manageable, step-
by-step process for starting early, keeping it simple and
tackling small tasks first. I’ll show attendees how to keep
the big picture in mind while focusing on attainable tasks
that show progress and make them feel successful. When
people have tried it, they get so excited about losing the
burdensome clutter, they often tell me they don’t know why
they didn’t start sooner!”
“Taking Control in Turbulent Times: An Economic Update
& Game Plans for Success” is the topic of the Lunch & Learn
on Tuesday, July 24 at 11:30 a.m. Henry B. Bennett, LUTCF,
a financial services professional for New York Life, provides
an up-to-date overview on the economic events impacting
retirement investments. He’ll provide perspective on what’s
changing and reasons seniors may need to reassess their
financial strategies and choices.
Both Lunch & Learn programs are free and open to the
public. Seating is limited and advance registration is requir-
ed. The Watermark at Logan Square is located just off the
Benjamin Franklin Parkway at Two Franklin Town Boulevard
in Philadelphia. To attend or learn more, call The Water-
mark at 215-240-8915.
T
he Main Line Adult Day Center and Griswold Home Care
invite the public to an interactive workshop and casual
sandwich supper on Wednesday, July 25, 2012. This event
is being held at the Main Line Adult Day Center, located at 119
Radnor Street in Bryn Mawr, on the campus of the Bryn Mawr
Presbyterian Church, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
“This is our 4th annual Sandwich Generation Month Supper,
and we are so pleased to have James Ruggiero Jr. AEP, from
Ruggiero Law Offices, LLC as our speaker,” says Joan Grasso,
Executive Director of the Main Line and Delaware County
Offices of Griswold Home Care. “Mr. Ruggiero will provide
our attendees valuable strategies on how to protect their
families now and in the future. He will cover topics such as
estate planning, Medicaid planning, power of attorney, and
guardianships. As always, we will share this opportunity to
talk with others who are part of the Sandwich Generation.”
This local event is part of many such commemorations held
across the United States every year. In 2007, Sandwich Gener-
ation Month was founded by a group of dedicated home
care industry leaders from Griswold Home Care. Sandwich
Generation Month was officially registered with the Nation-
al Special Events Registry and Chase’s Calendar of Events.
According to the Pew Research Center, just over 1 of every
8 Americans aged 40 to 60 is both raising a child and caring
for a parent. In addition, between 7 and 10 million adults are
caring for their aging parents from a long distance. US Census
Bureau statistics indicate that the number of older Ameri-
cans aged 65 or older will double by the year 2030, to over
70 million. The goal of Sandwich Generation Month is to bring
the community together to heighten awareness of the spe-
cial needs of the Sandwich Generation, as well as to spot-
light the community supports available to those working so
hard to maintain multi-generational families.
“Main Line Adult Day Center and Griswold Home Care are
honored to celebrate the hard work, compassion, patience
and dedication of the Sandwich Generation members—those
actively providing care for both their children and their ag-
ing parents,” says Pam Barton, Director of MLADC. For infor-
mation and to RSVP contact Joan Grasso at 610-645-5567 or
Pam Barton at 610-527-4220.
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hursday June 21, Orthodontic Specialist Dr. Anthony
Costa and his wife Cole hosted the second annual
Patient and Staff Appreciation Party. The event was held
in the parking lot of Dr. Costa’s Bryn Mawr office building
from 1 - 5 p.m.
The afternoon festivities included several rides for the
kids. One of the kids’ favorite amusements was a bungee
jumping ride. The Give & Take Jugglers performed as well,
featuring tightrope walking and aerial gymnastics displays.
Snow cones, cotton candy and soft pretzels complemented
the delicious food offered by Green Bean Café of Gladwyne.
Rounding out the day’s activities were Cool Pix, face paint-
ing, caricature artists, airbrushed tee shirts and games.
“We do it to celebrate our patients,” said Dr. Costa. “Our
team’s goal is to make their orthodontic expericence mem-
orable and fun.” There’s even a video game room for the
kids to play in while they wait for their appointments.
Dr. Costa is a life long resident of Bryn Mawr. He attend-
ed Radnor High School and went on to graduate from Temple
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for over 18 years—with a passion for making great smiles!
For more information, you can contact his practice at
610-525-3008 or www.dranthonycosta.com.
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HE A L T H Y LI V I N G
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Additional opportunities are available at the Crozer-Keystone
Hospice Residence at Taylor Hospital in Ridley Park—includ-
ing greeters, hosts/hostesses, assisting patients during meal
times, baking cookies in the Residence’s kitchenette, answer-
ing phones and other clerical duties, and more.
The Hospice team works to establish a companionship with
their patients by reminding them that their remaining time
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and health aides compose the hospice team, it is the volun-
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No professional experience is necessary to be a hospice
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spective volunteers. The program is open to those who are
18 years of age or older. For information about becoming a
Hospice volunteer, call Carrie Baxter, director of Hospice
volunteers, at 610-284-0700.
HOSPI CE SEEKS VOLUNTEERS
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piscopal Academy students Rohan Rajagopalan ’14 of
Newtown Square and Alexandra Archambault ’14 of
Chester Springs were selected to represent The Episcopal
Academy at the Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership (HOBY)
seminar held in May 2012 at Temple University in Philadel-
phia.
Approximately 200 atten-
dees from schools across
Eastern Pennsylvania spent
four days focused on leader-
ship skills and the theme—
”Empower, Lead, Excel.” The
goal of the program is to “mo-
tivate and empower individ-
uals to make a positive dif-
ference within our global
society,” according to HOBY.
Activities included speakers
on personal leadership, group
leadership, and community
service. Students also partic-
ipated in a talent show, help-
ed clean and package items
for Cradles to Crayons’ The Giving Factory, and reflected on their experiences. Through-
out, they practiced motivational cheers. The word of the four days was “outstanding.”
HOBY was founded in 1958 by television actor Hugh O’Brien, after an inspirational few
days spent with Dr. Albert Schweitzer in French Equatorial Africa, where the German physi-
cian operated a clinic.
Episcopal Academy students Rohan Rajagopalan and
Alexandra Archambault represented The Episcopal Academy
at the Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership (HOBY) seminar held
in May 2012 at Temple University.
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of knowledge, calling viewers back to the Arabic tiles,
Buddhist mandalas, Amish quilts and Scottish tartans of his-
tory. From Thursday, June 28 to Friday, August 3, a collec-
tion of her work, titled “Depth of Illusion,” will be on display
in Saint Joseph’s University Gallery.
Densely patterned and composed of clean geometric shapes,
Watt’s oil paintings are not just kaleidoscopic images, but
forms that reflect everyday life – the structures that are the
basis of the natural and architectural world – and invite
those viewing the artwork to take part in its transcendental
experience.
“Repetition and pattern are a means of transforming. Meta-
phoric and suggestive, pattern is a reminder of the infinite,”
says Watt. “A painting is an altered state, and to give yourself
over to looking is to enter that altered state.”
For Watt, the act of painting is a meditative, spiritual expe-
rience. After completing three works titled “Primary Forms,”
she learned to paint a yantra, a visual meditation tool com-
posed of geometric forms. Like the Buddhist mandala, the
Hindu yantra is a way of representing the universe through
the use of shape and pattern.
“I find many correlations between my own art and sacred
visual works that are made as meditation tools,” says Watt.
“Geometry and geometric patterns form the primary struc-
ture of the composition. Working repetitively, with intention,
puts one in a meditative state, an ‘other’ state, just as con-
templation of the patterns does.”
“Watt’s pieces are full of depth, not merely lines and shapes,”
says Jeanne Bracy, associate gallery director. “Her forms float
in the dimensions that she creates with the varied lines and
shapes. These dimensions draw the viewer in to examine each
painting’s unique qualities.”
Watt received her B.F.A. from Bennington College in
Vermont and her M.F.A. from Yale University. She has exhib-
ited both nationally and internationally, from New York to
Medellin, Colombia. She received the Helen Winternitz Award
from Yale University.
Saint Joseph’s University Gallery is located in Merion Hall
on the James J. Maguire ’58 Campus at 376 Latches Lane in
Lower Merion, PA. Gallery hours are Monday through Fri-
day, 9 a.m. - 7 p.m., and Saturday, 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. For info,
call 610-660-1840 or visit http://www.sju.edu/gallery.
Saint Joseph’s Gallery Exhibit Inspires Meditation
Featured the upcoming art exhibit June 28 to August 3 at St.
Joseph’s University, is the work of painter Laura Watt. “Depth
of Illusion” draws on diverse sources – Arabic tiles, Buddhist
mandalas, Amish quilts, Hindu yantras and Scottish tartans –
and inspires an inward, meditative focus in its viewers. Shown
is “Mandala Crossed #4, oil/linen, 2009.
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eumann University will open its 2012 youth summer theater season with I Think I Can,
a children’s participatory play by Bruce Bowden, Barry Miller and Kathryn Schultz
Miller. This production starts with Becky Watkins who has an acute case of “I-don’t-think-
I-can-do-it itis.” Luckily, Becky’s sophisticated house cat and personal advisor, Professor,
recognizes her symptoms and leads her and the audience through a magical adventure.
Becky becomes a fire chief, a lion tamer, and finally, president of the world! The audience
will have an abundance of fun through participation and song. Kids of all ages will be
entertained and delighted by the incredible theater magic created.
Performances run June 28, June 29 and June 30 at 11 a.m. General admission seating
is $6. Groups of 15 or more are $5 each. To order tickets, contact Nick DiMarino at 610-558-
5626.
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averford resident Robert B. Mulhern, Jr., Esq. recently
received the Devon Preparatory School Alumni Achieve-
ment Award, during the school’s Class of 2012 Commence-
ment Ceremony. This award is presented annually to an
alumnus who has significantly influenced and benefitted his
profession.
Mulhern, a member of Devon Prep’s Class of 1972, serves
as the General Counsel for Devon International Group (DIG),
where he manages the legal activities of the DIG companies.
Previously he was a partner at Swartz Campbell LLC in Phila-
delphia, specializing in the representation of individuals
and corporations as defendants in litigation cases, focusing
on personal injury, property damage and insurance cover-
age. He was named a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer in 2005,
2006, 2007, 2008 and 2009. He has been named a Board
Certified Civil Trial Advocate by the National Board of Trial
Advocacy.
As he gratefully accepted
this award, Mulhern urged
the Class of 2012 to give back.
“This award is about what
can be accomplished when
you go to Devon,” he said.
“For those of us who came
to Devon the idea was that
if you succeed here, which all of you have done, simply by getting this far, the expectations
on you, and on us, are great. The expectations are there for you to do great things, which
you can do. When people find that you went to Devon, they think you’re smart,” Mulhern
continued. “They think you can get things done. They think you can help them. They think
you can produce results. And we do. And we need you to join us in living up to that ideal.
You guys are going to have great successes. And when you do we look for you to give back…
to give back to your profession, to the community, and to Devon Prep.”
Mulhern graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 1976 and earned his JD from
Villanova University School of Law in 1981. He serves as Chairman of Devon Prep’s Board
of Trustees as well as President of the school’s Alumni Association, and as a member of the
Finance and Executive Committees of Our Lady of Good Counsel Parish. He and his wife
Patricia have three children, two of whom are also Devon Prep alumni.
Devon Prep is a private, Catholic, college preparatory school for young men in grades six
through 12 conducted by the Piarist Fathers. The school, which is located in Devon, Chester
County, enrolls nearly 300 students who hail from the five county Philadelphia area. For
information, call 610-688-7337 or visit www.devonprep.com.
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Mr. Robert B. Mulhern, Jr., Esq., of Haverford, (left), received
the Devon Preparatory School Alumni Achievement Award
during the school’s Class of 2012 Commencement Ceremony.
Mr. Barry O’Reilly, Jr. a classmate of Mulhern’s presented the
award. Both men are 1972 graduates of Devon Prep.
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Merion Mercy Academy held a gathering to celebrate a successful crew season and to send off
the crew team members who are heading to the Henley Women’s Regatta. The rowers from the
V4 boat pose in their Henley formal wear with their coach at the send off. From left –
Giovanna Crozier-Fitzgerald of Gwynedd, Sarah Klippel of Philadelphia, Maggie DeVlieger of
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Architectural Walking Tours
The Preservation Alliance for Greater Philadelphia continues its 2012 season of award-winning Architectural
Walking Tours. The Walking Tours run, rain or shine, Saturdays at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., Sundays at 2 p.m. and
Wednesdays at 6 p.m. Tickets are $10 for adults, $8 for students with ID, free for children 10 and under accom-
panied by an adult. Reservations are not required. Tours range from Center City locales, including Society
Hill and Rittenhouse Square, to notable neighborhoods such as Fishtown, University of Pennsylvania, North-
ern Liberties and Spruce Hill. There are also specialized themed tours such as Lewis & Clark in Philadelphia,
Gilded Age Philadelphia, Classical Philadelphia, and Bankers’ Heaven. Tours are led by a lively group of expe-
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Israeli Shuk architect Doug Cohen with family members Amanda
Cohen, Earl and Ina Gross, and Teri Cohen, enjoying Israeli sal-
ads and falafel. Photo/Nancy Lefkoe
Artist and designer, Robin Seeherman, displays her jewelry,
tzedakah and spice boxes, hand-painted and découpaged plates
and tiles. She is joined by her husband, Alan Seeherman.
Shuk committee members Les Averill, Karen Averill, and mas-
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Community Fun at Adath Israel’s
First Israeli Shuk
The sun was shining as more than six hundred visitors to
the Israeli Shuk at Adath Israel in Merion Station strolled
through a welcoming archway and into the colorful market-
place, built to recreate a piece of Old Jerusalem on the Main
Line. Twenty-one vendors of Israeli products and Judaica
displayed their wares under bright awnings for the eager
and curious shoppers, from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Six non-
profit organizations were on hand to describe their work on
behalf of Israel, including Magen David Adom, which will re-
ceive a portion of the event’s proceeds. Traditional Klezmer,
folk and Israeli music were heard throughout the day, and
hungry patrons ate authentic Jerusalem street food. There
were activities designed especially for children as young as
two years, to experience the sounds, tastes, textures, colors,
and the language of Israel. Adath Israel’s celebration of Israel
received a seed grant from Nefesh B’Nefesh, and took shape
under the creative leadership of synagogue members Rachel
Fitoussi and Nancy Black. The results were gratifying, because
on a sunny Sunday in June, hundreds of visitors were able
to spend a few hours in Old Jerusalem, on the Main Line.
For information about other events and programs at Adath
Israel, visit the website at www.adathisrael.org, email info@
adathisrael.org, or call 610-934-1919.
Pennsylvania Ballet’s
“Peter Pan” Auction
On Saturday, May 5, more than 200 people filled the
Academy of Music’s beautiful stage and ballroom for
Pennsylvania Ballet’s “Peter Pan” Auction. Guests bid on one-
of-a-kind items like a private performance by Pennsylvania
Ballet dancers; a vacation at a chateau in Brittany, France;
and dinner prepared in one’s home by Artistic Director Roy
Kaiser. The Auction was co-chaired by Blaire E. Baron and
Sonia Nofziger Dasgupta. The event raised $108,000.
Enjoying Pennsylvania Ballet’s “Peter Pan” Auction, are Alicia
Williams and Denean Williams of Villanova. Photo/Jano Cohen
Pennsylvania Ballet Board Vice President Anthony Haller, Esq.
and Amy Haller of Penn Valley. Photo/Jano Cohen
Pennsylvania Ballet Board Chair Emerita Louise Reed of Villa-
nova. Photo/Jano Cohen
David Kovacs and Pennsylvania Ballet Emertius Trustee Lisa
Glassner of Villanova. Photo/Jano Cohen
Eric Noll and Pennsylvania Ballet Board Vice President Georgiana
Noll of Haverford. Photo/Jano Cohen
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music that was transparent and vibrant. He was involved
in not only solo performances, but chamber groups and
intensive summer camps. His hard work paid off when he
was the youngest soloist chosen to perform on the stage
at the Kimmel Center as a platinum winner of the NBS Golden
Key Competition. In addition to his heart for playing, he was
also dedicated to the scholarship program that supplement-
ed his lesson fees. To show his appreciation, he took initia-
tive to raise funds, over $300 to be exact, by playing in his
parents’ restaurant in the Chinatown section of Philadelphia.
The January 23 concert will be held at Centennial Hall at
The Haverford School, 450 Lancaster Avenue, Haverford,
from 7 p.m. - 9 p.m. The event, showcasing students and
professional musicians, will commemorate Chanlan’s love
and passion for music and life. A donation of $15 per adu
and $10 per child is suggested. All proceeds will benefi
the Chanlan Lee Scholarship Program, which will provid
a scholarship to a gifted violin student, from around th
ion with adequate lessons to foster their talent.
contact Kristin Gray at 610-896-5105
C
okie Roberts, ABC News politi-
cal commentator and senior
news analyst for National Public
Radio will receive the 2009 Ivy
A ard at Cabrini
pays homage to such women,
and includes personal corre-
spondence and private jour-
nals of Abigail Adams, Martha
Jefferson, Dolley Madison, and
Sacajawea, among others.
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Willis Award recognizes women
who have made outstanding
contributions in the field of
public affairs.
The American Women in Radio
and Television cited Roberts as
one of the 50 greatest women
in the history of broadcasting,
and the Library of Congress
named her a “Living Legend,”
making her one of a select group
of Americans to have attained
that honor. A member of the
Broadcasting and Cable Hall of
Fame, Roberts also serves on
the boards of several non-prof-
it institutions and on the Presi-
dent’s Commission on Service
and Civic Participation.
Ivy Young Willis was a pio-
neer in teaching and reading
on television, and served on
The League of Women Voters
and the World Affairs Council.
Past recipients of the award
include Lisa Nutter, president
of Philadelphia Academies, Inc.;
Kathleen McGinty, former sec-
retary of the Pennsylvania
Department of Environmental
Protection; Renee Amoore, president of the
Amoore Group and healthcare and political
activist; and Chai Ling, Tiananmen Square
leader and business entrepreneur.
Roberts’ 3:30 p.m. lecture, free and open
to the public, will be in the Grace Hall
of the Cabrini campus, 610 King of
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Across from Pathmark & Home Depot.
Next to Dunkin Donuts
856-546-0038
OPEN SUNDAY
10am-5pm
Monday-Saturday
9:30am-6pm
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Easy and Safe
Parking
STOP IN FOR
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WE BUY
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Gold, D¡umonds, Plut¡num,
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MAIN LOCATION
1592 N. Kings Highway
Cherry Hill, NJ 08002
In Ellisburg Shopping Center
856-857-1220
GRAND OPENING CELEBRATION IN BALA CYNWYD!
Bala Cynwyd Shopping Center
51 E. City Avenue, Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004
484-270-8370
GOLDEN RIVER at the Bala Cynwyd Shopping Center
CHERRY HILL, NJ – Ellisburg Shopping Ctr.
1592 N. Kings Highway
856-857-1220
LAWNSIDE, NJ
241 White Horse Pike
856-546-0038
Bala Cynwyd
Shopping Center
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GRAND OPENING CELEBRATION IN BALA CYNWYD!
OPEN
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9:30am-6pm
BRING IN THIS COUPON
AND GET AN
EXTRA
$
35
FOR ANY TRANSACTION OVER $20
Golden River
With this coupon. Not valid with other offers or prior transactions
35
35
BRING IN THIS
COUPON AND GET AN
FOR ANY TRANSACTION
OVER $200.
With this coupon. Not valid with other
offers or prior transactions.
EXTRA
$
35
Top Price Paid for Gold, Silver, Diamonds & Coins!
...WE GIVE YOU THAT
f a m i l y r e s t a u r a n t
GREENLEAF GREENLEAF
10% OFF ANY ENTREE
Not to be combined w/any other offers or specials. Expires 7/6/12. CSN
EARLY BIRD SPECIAL
$8.95
Daily 3 - 5 pm
Dine-In or
Take-Out
BYOB
7522 Haverford Avenue, Philadelphia • 215-878-2224
Parking & entrance in rear • 2 blocks in from City Avenue.
Since 1985
AMX
HAPPY JULY 4
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CLOSED WEDNESDAY, JULY 4
Serving Breakfast til 1 pm on Sat. & Sun.
Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Open 7 Days • 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.

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