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wo great art institutions, the Philadelphia
Sketch Club and Newman Galleries, join
together this year to present the 2010
Philadelphia Sketch Club Members Exhibition.
This is a memorable exhibition held during
the Club’s 150th anniversary year with the
Club’s membership including many notable
artists. The exhibition will be held at Newman
Galleries, 1625 Walnut Street, Philadelphia,
from June 12 through July 9, 2010. The
reception for the exhibition will be on Satur-
day, June 12, from Noon to 4 p.m. All are
invited. Admission is free.
Since its founding in 1860, the Philadelphia
Sketch Club’s membership has included many
of the finest artists in America. In its 2010
Members Exhibition Show & Sale, the Sketch
Club assures its viewers that its contemporary cast still carries on the fine tradition. Gallery
hours are Tuesday - Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. For information call 215-545-9298 or visit www.sketchclub.org.
T
he Viviana Theatre
presents Elton John
and Tim Rice’s Tony
Award winning contempo-
rary musical, AIDA, June
9 - 19. The production
stars a young and excep-
tionally talented cast in-
cluding Chelsea Stotter
(Merion) as Aida, Justin
Walsh (Prospect Park) as
Radames and Cai tl i n
Marmion (Deptford) as
Amneris. Directed and
Choreographed by Matthew
Phillips-English (PA/NJ)
with musical direction by
Lynn DellaPietra (Philadel-
phia/Narberth).
Set in ancient Egypt,
AIDA tells the grand and
unforgettable story of the
timeless bond between
Radames, a powerful Egyp-
tian soldier and Aida, an
enslaved Nubian princess.
When f orbi dden l ove
blossoms between them,
the young l overs are
forced down a perilous
path that leads to an un-
foreseeable and shocking conclusion. Ultimately, their
true and courageous devotion sets an unparalleled exam-
ple that rises above their cultural differences and warring
nations and forever changes the lives of their countrymen.
Elaborate and creative staging, rousing dance numbers
and a poignant, award winning score makes AIDA a major
crowd pleaser and suitable for all ages.
Show dates and times: June 9, 10, 11 at 7:30 p.m.; June 12
at 2:00 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.; June 13 at 2:00 p.m. (matinee
only); June 16, 17, 18 at 7:30 p.m.; June 19 at 2:00 p.m. and
7:30 p.m.
Ticket Prices for Matinee/Evening: Children (12 & under)
$8.00/$10.00; Adults $10.00/$12.00. Tickets available at the
box office or online at: prospectumc.tix.com.
Viviana Theatre is located at Prospect United Methodist
Church, 8th Avenue & Rte. 420, Prospect Park, PA 19076.
For info call 610-534-2020.
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est-selling author and baby
boomer expert Gail Sheehy will
give a talk on caring for spouses
or parents with chronic illnesses
and sign her latest book, “Pas-
sages in Caregiving: Turning Chaos
into Confidence,” on Monday, June 7, at WHYY.
The program will begin at 7 p.m., with a
reception and book-signing following at 8:30
p.m. The event will be held in the Lincoln
Financial Education Studio
in WHYY’s new Dorrance H.
Hamilton Public Media Com-
mons, 150 N. Sixth St., Phila-
delphia.
Admission is free to mem-
bers of WHYY, AARP and The
Transition Network. Admis-
sion for nonmembers is $15.
Limited parking is available
at the National Constitution
Center parking facility, 525
Arch St., Philadelphia, at a
discounted rate of $9.
The program is part of the
Boomervision! community-
dialogue series, presented
by Coming of Age.
Sheehy’s presentation will
focus on answering questions
and addressing common
concerns for those who are
faced with having to care for
loved ones with serious ill-
nesses or injuries for the first
time. In her new book, Sheehy
illustrates how prominent
and growing the group of
adults having to care for loved
ones is. The author urges
readers to “prepare for an
exhilarating Second Adult-
hood” that may be halted
with the newfound respon-
sibilities in taking on these
sudden and life-altering tasks.
About 65 million American
adults care for a sick parent
or in-law or support a spouse
or child through chronic illnesses or dis-
abilities, according to the most recent survey
by AARP. Sheehy traveled across America
and interviewed hundreds of caregivers in
different places and subcultures.
For information about the event and to
register, visit WHYY.org/memberexperience
or call 215-351-0511. The event is presented
by Coming of Age with special support from
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Viviana Theatre Presents
AIDA the Musical
Chesea Stotter of Merion Stars as Aida
“First Aid Station, Ocean City, #3” oil on museum board,
8 by 10 inches, by Joseph Sweeney.
At the 2010 Philadelphia Sketch Club Members
Exhibition view “Nancy Bea at Saxby’s,” oil
on linen, 24 by 20 inches, by Alexandra Tyng.
2 0 1 0 P H I L A D E L P H I A S K E T C H C L U B ME M B E R S E X H I B I T I O N
Chelsea Stotter of Merion stars
in the Viviana Theatre
production of Elton John and
Tim Rice’s Tony Award winning
contemporary musical, “AIDA.”
Ocean City, NJ
Flower Show
Ocean City, NJ’s 38th Annual Flower
Show is set for June 4 - 6 at the
Music Pier, Boardwalk and Moorlyn
Terrace. Over 300 exhibitors will
compete for prizes in Artistic Design
and Horticultural categories. Entry
is free to both the competitors and
public. Hours are 2 to 9 p.m. on Fri.,
June 4, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Sat. and
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sun. Schedules
with complete information are avail-
able at City Hall Annex, 901 Asbury
Ave. and local flower shops. Call Kay
Reilly 609-399-1199 for Artistic De-
sign information. For horticulture,
call Rae Mullineaux, 609-391-9578.
“Science in the
Summer”
GlaxoSmithKline’s “Science in the
Summer” is a fun and free educa-
tional experience offered at local
libraries for students entering 2nd
through 6th grade. For weekly pro-
gram updates on “Science in the
Summer” follow the program on Face-
book. Also visit www.scienceinthe-
summer.com for all registration and
course dates and times at your local
libraries.
Meet Author
There will be three opportunities
to meet local author and sports his-
torian Rich Westcott when he signs
copies of his new book, “Philadel-
phia Phillies Past & Present” at area
Barnes & Noble stores (MVP Books;
$25). The events are free and open
to the public: Saturday, June 5,
from 1 - 3 p.m.: Barnes & Noble
Devon, 150 Sweedsboro Rd., Devon;
Saturday, June 12, from 3 - 5 p.m.:
Barnes & Noble Cherry Hill, 911
Haddonfield Rd., Cherry Hill; Sunday,
June 13, from 2 - 4 p.m.: Barnes &
Noble Metroplex, 2300 Chemical Rd.,
Plymouth Meeting. Visit www.rich-
westcott.homestead.com.
“Pretty Young Thang”
Actorlady Productions presents
“Pretty Young Thang” at the Walk-
ing Fish Theatre. Written, produced,
and performed by Raine D’Jonson,
and directed by Mr. Johnnie Hobbs
Jr., PYT is an in-your-face melo-
drama executed with sincerity and
skill. Tickets are $10 in advance or
$15 at the door, and beverages will
be served. The upcoming shows
are June 6 at 3 p.m., 5 p.m., and 7
p.m. at Walking Fish Theatre, 2509
Frankford Avenue.
DCMH to Host Blood
Delaware County Memorial Hospi-
tal, in conjunction with the Ameri-
can Red Cross, will sponsor a blood
drive on Tuesday, June 8 from 7
a.m. - 7 p.m. in Meeting Rooms A
& C of the hospital, located at 501
N. Lansdowne Avenue, Drexel Hill.
To make an appointment to donate,
call 610-284-8630.
Pharmaceutical
Workshop
The Learning Key, Inc. in Washington
Crossing, PA is offering “The Busi-
ness of Pharmaceutical Drug Devel-
opment Workshop” on June 9
from 9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. The one-
day workshop, facilitated by Dr.
Elizabeth Treher, is for those who
work in or with the pharmaceutical
industry. The workshop will cover the
discovery, preclinical, clinical devel-
opment, and regulatory processes.
For information call 215-493-9641.
View “Planet Earth”
On Wednesday, June 9 at 2 p.m.,
join the Haverford Township Free
Library for a viewing of one of the
episodes of the “Planet Earth” ser-
ies. More than five years in the mak-
ing, “Planet Earth” redefines natural
history filmmaking. Award-winning
actress and conservationist Sigour-
ney Weaver is the series’ narrator.
The library is located at 1601 Darby
Road. For info, contact Samantha
Shepherd at 610-446-3082.
“The Many Faces of
Breast Cancer”
“The Many Faces of Breast Cancer”
brings together leading medical ex-
perts and Carla Markell, the First
Lady of Delaware and a breast can-
cer survivor, for a panel discussion
about the risks of recurrence among
survivors, treatment options and new
breast cancer research. The event,
hosted by The Helen F. Graham Can-
cer Center in partnership with the
Delaware Breast Coalition, the
American Cancer Society, Susan G.
Komen for the Cure Philadelphia
Affiliate and the Wellness Com-
munity Delaware, begins at 5:30
p.m. Wednesday, June 9, at The
Helen F. Graham Cancer Center,
Christiana Care, 4701 Ogletown-
Stanton Rd., Newark, DE 19713. The
program is sponsored by Astra-
Zeneca. To register, call 1-877-
267-2316 or e-mail ManyFaces-
Wilmington@Zzenogroupevents.com.
For info, visit www.facebook.com/
ManyFacesofBreastCancer.
Coffee and Mystery
Join Samantha Shepherd for Cof-
fee and Mystery on Thursday, June
10 at 11 a.m. The group will be
discussing Archeological Mysteries
this month. The library is located
at 1601 Darby Road. For information,
contact by phone at 610-446-3082,
haverford@delcolibraries.org or
visit www.haverfordlibrary.org.
Annual Flag Day
Concert at the Merion
Tribute House
Merion Civic Association invites the
community to enjoy the Annual Flag
Day Concert On-the-lawn at the
Merion Tribute House, Thursday,
June 10 at 7:15 p.m., rain or shine.
Come early and bring a picnic sup-
per, blanket or lawn chairs and revel
in the spirited music with friends
and neighbors. In case of rain, the
Concert will move inside the Tribute
House. Music will be offered by The
Merion Concert Band, directed by
Tim Mullen. For info call 610-664-
0441, mca.secy@merioncivic.org,
or visit www.merioncivic.org.
Business Expo
The Philadelphia Business Expo of
Young Professionals & Small Busi-
nesses will be held on Saturday,
June 12, 2010 at the the First Dis-
trict Plaza located at 3801 Market
Street, Philadelphia, PA from 11:00
a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Exhibitor tables
are $30. This event is open to the
public free of charge! For info visit
www.phillyPPS.weebly.com.
Shells: Creatures and
Collecting Program
On Sunday, June 13, from 1:30 - 3
p.m., bring the family shell collec-
tion to the Academy of Natural
Sciences and receive expert help
from Academy staff on how to identi-
fy and organize your treasures
from the shore. Learn about the
animals that left these beautiful
shells behind and meet live shelled
creatures. $25 adult-child pair. $5
each additional adult or child. For
information and to register, call
215-299-1060.
Meet Author
The Haverford Township Free
Library presents local author Marc
Schuster to kick off its Adult Sum-
mer Reading Program “Summer
Splash.” On June 15 at 11 a.m.,
join the reference staff for brunch
and a pr esent at i on by Mar c
Schuster. His debut novel, “The
Singular Exploits of Wonder Mom
& Party Girl.” At turns horrifying and
hilarious, The Singular Exploits of
Wonder Mom and Party Girl offers
a scathing indictment of American
consumer culture and the wildly
conflicting demands it makes upon
women. Registration is required
for this event. Contact the Refer-
ence desk at 610-446-3082 ext. 202
or register online at www.haver-
fordlibrary.org/events. The library
is located at 1601 Darby Road in
Havertown.
Civil War Program
On Thursday, June 17, at 7:30 p.m.,
Dr. Sidney Copel, a retired clinical
psychologist and Civil War buff, will
present a lecture and slide show at
Temple Sholom in Broomall dealing
with the sort of entertainment that
was being presented in American
theaters during the Civil War period
(vaudeville, side shows, minstrels,
circuses) including the fascinating
story of a young Jewish girl who was
the most famous actress on the
American stage at the time. The pub-
lic is invited. Dr. Copel’s presenta-
tion will be part of the annual 6:30
p.m. Closing Supper of the Hilltop-
pers, the senior citizen group of
Temple Sholom. The cost for both
the catered light supper and the pro-
gram is $15 per person. Reserva-
tions for the supper must be made
in advance. However, for non-Hill-
toppers wishing to attend only Dr.
Copel’s 7:30 p.m. presentation there
is a suggested donation of $2. Temple
Sholom in Broomall is handicap-
ped accessible. For directions and
information call Temple Sholom at
610-356-5165.
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On June 5 at 8 p.m. the
Philadelphia Society of Art
Li t erat ure and Musi c
(PSALM) Salon will feature
Audrey Fox’s drawings of
musicians that were sketch-
ed during PSALM concerts.
Audrey Fox has worked as
an artist and art teacher in
Lower Merion Township for
over twenty years, exhibit-
ing in numerous galleries
and museums as well as
teaching art for the Lower
Merion School District and Lower Merion’s Recreation Depart-
ment. A Blues concert is also scheduled on June 5 that will
feature Jay Gullo and Little Toby Walker. Tickets for the event
are $16/advance, $20/door. The PSALM Salon is located at 5848
Overbrook Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19131. For info call 215-
477-7578 or visit PSALMsalon.com or www.audreyfox.com.
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Footlighters Theater
Footlighters Theater presents the audience participation melodrama
“You Have the Right to Remain Dead” by Pat Cook. Show dates are June
4, 5, 11, 12, 17, 18, 19 at 8 p.m. and June 6 and 13 at 2 p.m. Foot-
lighters is located at 58 Main Avenue, Berwyn, PA 19312. For informa-
tion and reservations call 610-296-9245 or visit www.Footlighters-
Theater.com.
Ronald McDonald House Golf Fundraiser
Ronald McDonald House Golf Fundraiser, Monday June 7, at Philadel-
phia Country Club, Gladwyne, PA, will award $100,000 for Holes In One!
Open to the public, other activities includes tennis, cards, games. Sandi
and Max Paul of Ardmore Toyota will give one $50,000 prize for a Hole in
One, and Danielle and Louis Barson of Hymie’s Deli will give another
$50,000 Hole in One prize. Guests can participate in the area’s only heli-
copter ball drop where one winner receives $10,000. Find info online at
www.philarmh.org or email Annemarie Cutler at accutler3@verizon.net.
National Constitution Center Program
Rajiv Chandrasekaran, “Washington Post” journalist and author of “Im-
perial Life in the Emerald City;” Charles Maier, author of “Among Empires”
and Leverett Saltonstall Professor of History at Harvard University; and
Timothy Parsons, author of “The Rule of Empires” and Professor of
African History at Washington University, will join the National Consti-
tution Center to address the evolution of empires, in conjunction with
the Center’s “Ancient Rome & America” exhibition. Dane Kennedy, Elmer
Louis Kayser Professor of History and International Affairs at The George
Washington University, moderates. The program will take place on Mon-
day, June 7, 2010 at 6:30 p.m. Admission is free, but reservations are
required and can be made by calling 215-409-6700.
Taste of Summer
On Tuesday, June 8, 2010, Girard College in Philadelphia will host Taste
of Summer, a fundraising event to support Girard College and its ESF
Dream Camp program. The Taste of Summer will take place from 6 p.m.
- 9 p.m. at Girard College’s prestigious Founder’s Hall, 2101 South Col-
lege Avenue. Individual tickets are $100 per person. To purchase tickets,
contact Susan Norcross at Cashman & Associates at 215-627-1060 or
susan@cashmanandassociates.com.
Luncheon
The Jeptha Abbott Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution is pre-
senting a Luncheon at the Philadelphia Country Club, Gladwyne, June
9, 2010, at 11:30 a.m. The Luncheon is in honor of the retiring Board
and for the installation of new officers. The guest speaker will be Dr.
Bruce Cole, President and CEO, The American Revolution Center at Valley
Forge, the first national institution devoted to exploring the history and
continuing impact of the American Revolution. For information call
Amanda Muckle at 610-525-6040.
Romeo & Juliet Auction
The Pennsylvania Ballet is presenting its Romeo & Juliet Auction, June
9, 2010, at the Academy of Music, Broad and Locust Streets, Philadel-
phia, at 6 p.m. The evening begins with a silent auction in the Academy’s
newly refurbished ballroom. Guests will then have dinner on the Academy
of Music Stage, with the dancers, followed by a live auction. Proceeds of
the Romeo & Juliet Auction will benefit The Pennsylvania Ballet. For
information call 215-587-6916.
Go Red for Women
Our Hearts, Our Choice, is the theme of the Go Red for Women Luncheon
& Health Expo that will be held June 11, 2010, at the Philadelphia Mar-
riott Downtown, from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Guests will hear survivor
stories and listen to expert advice in the commitment to fight the No. 1
killer of women. The luncheon will honor Rosemary Turner, UPS, with
the presentation of Women of Heart Award. Proceeds of Go Red for Women
will benefit the American Heart Association. For info call 215-575-5226.
Arden Theatre Company’s Granfalloon 2010
Arden Theatre Company’s Granfalloon is slated for Friday, June 11, 2010
at the Comcast Center, 1701 John F. Kennedy Boulevard. The biannual
fundraising gala will honor N. Peter Hamilton, a longtime Arden Board
Member and devoted supporter of Arden Children’s Theatre and Educa-
tion programming. The dinner portion of the evening is sold out, but
tickets are available to the reception in the Winter Garden for $150.
Information and tickets are available at ardentheatre.org/granfalloon.
“The Illusion of Inclusion” Free Panel
Discussion
On Saturday, June 12 (time T.B.D.), The African American Museum in
Philadelphia will host “The Illusion of Inclusion,” a free panel discus-
sion exploring the American tradition of marginalizing and exploiting
members of racial and ethnic minority groups, based on the salient
characteristics of their cultures, and their differences from the domi-
nant culture. Since before the time of heavily exploited legends such as
“Blind” Tom Wiggins, America’s minorities have often been perceived
and portrayed as exotic or “other,” with individuals often relegated to
the status of objects which are to be viewed, observed, and displayed,
rather than as whole human beings. This Community Conversation event
will provide a forum for discussing the various faces and intentions of
the perpetrators and victims of this traditional ostracism and forced exoti-
cism. Presenters and participants will explore the negative consequences
suffered by both groups when the ideas of cross-cultural exploration and
inclusion are confused by bias and prejudice, both unintentional and
deliberate. “The Illusion of Inclusion” will be held at The African American
Museum, 701 Arch Street, Philadelphia. For info visit www.InterAct-
Theatre.org.
A Royal Garden Party
In Celebration of the Eighty Fourth Birthday and the Fifty-Eighth Year of
the Reign of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, The Philadelphia branch of
The English Speaking Union is presenting “A Royal Garden Party,” June
13, 2010, at 4 p.m. The party will be held at the home of Ann Dupuis
Hozack “Ballygarth” in Philadelphia. The celebration features a hat com-
petition and silent auction. Proceeds from the Royal Garden Party will
benefit The Philadelphia Branch of The English Speaking Union. For info
call 215-545-3619.
Elwyn’s Annual Beef & Beer Fundraiser
On Saturday, June 13, Elwyn’s Adult Residential Behavioral Health Ser-
vices’ (ARBHS) will hold its annual fundraiser at Maggie O’Neill’s, 1062
Pontiac Rd., in Drexel Hill. The event, sponsored by Staffing Plus, Inc.
and Quality Care Options, is open to the public and will feature door prizes,
a silent auction, raffles, and 50/50. The event runs from 4 to 8 p.m. $25,
includes food, beer, wine and soft drinks. For info contact Tom Gallagher,
610-565-1206.
TLLCCF Golf, Bridge & Games Classic
The Terri Lynne Lokoff Child Care Foundation (TLLCCF) will hold its
annual fundraiser, the Golf, Bridge & Games Classic, on Monday, June
14, 2010 at the Green Valley Country Club in Lafayette Hill, PA. Tee off
time is at 12:00 p.m. and Duplicate and Social Bridge begin at 12:45 p.m.
The fee for golf is $275 and includes 18 holes of golf, golf cart, gift,
brunch, foursome photo, lunch on the course and reception. The fee for
bridge is $75 and includes gift, brunch and snacks. All proceeds benefit
child care centers, teachers and programs. To register for the event or
for information, visit www.TLLCCF.org or call 610-992-1140.
Great Chefs Event
The 5th annual Great Chefs event will be held June 15, 2010, from 6 to
9 p.m., at Urban Outfitters, Inc. at its facility in the Navy Yard. The event
is hosted under the tutelage of Marc Vetri, Jeff Benjamin, Jeff Michaud
and their Vetri Foundation for Children (VFFC). Chefs from across the
nation will converge in Philadelphia to cook for childhood cancer cures,
to benefit Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation for Childhood Cancer. For
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musicians entertain with favorite tunes from the Great Ameri-
can Songbook, Broadway, and the Big Band Era. The event
will be held on Tuesday, June 8, 2010, from 1:00 p.m. to 2:30
p.m. at Adath Israel, 250 N. Highland Avenue (at Old Lancaster
Road & Highland Avenue), Merion Station, PA 19066.
HAZAK, serving members over the age of 55 and sponsor-
ed by United Synagogue, is sponsoring this event, which is
free and open to the public.
For info contact Adath Israel, 610-934-1919, info@adathis-
rael.org, or visit www.adathisrael.org
Under the directorship of pianist Selma Savitz, the New
Horizons Senior Glee Club is an award-winning ensemble of
35 dedicated and talented singers and musicians who per-
form music of the Great American Songbook. The “Senior
America’s Got Talent!” 20th Season show entertains with
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Being In Love, Mac the Knife, And All That Jazz, plus Big Band
Era favorites like Bumble Boogie, Witchcraft, and Tangerine
to name a few.
New Horizons Senior Glee Club began at the Lower Merion
Senior Center in Ardmore twenty years ago and now gives 30+ performances a year. The group has garnered a proclama-
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companies, and Fred Alger Management present the
world’s best-known love story, Romeo & Juliet, June 4 - 12
at the Academy of Music. Witness poetry in motion as Penn-
sylvania Ballet performs choreographer John Cranko’s stun-
ning interpretation of William Shakespeare’s classic tale of
star-crossed lovers.
“John Cranko was a master at telling a story through
dance. He conveys the saga of Romeo & Juliet entirely
through the movement and through the characterization
that each dancer brings to their role,” Artistic Director Roy
Kaiser says. “This ballet displays raw emotion from begin-
ning to end. It’s brilliant.”
Luminous in its power and poignancy, Romeo & Juliet is
set to Sergei Prokofiev’s moving score. Audiences will be
swept away to fair Verona through grand sets and opulent
costumes. Festive, stately dances plus romantic pas de deux express the drama of feuding families and forbidden love.
The Philadelphia Inquirer calls Pennsylvania Ballet’s Romeo & Juliet “sumptuous.” To miss it would be tragic!
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of Music are: Friday, June 4 at 7:30 p.m.; Saturday, June 5 at 2 p.m. and 8 p.m.; Sunday, June 6 at 2 p.m.; Thursday,
June 10 at 7:30 p.m.; Friday, June 11 at 7:30 p.m.; and Saturday, June 12 at 2 p.m.
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Onstage
• Surflight Theatre in Beach Haven, NJ, presents On Your
Toes, June 2 -13, a comic affair and lighthearted look at
co-existence between Russians and Americans and between
classical and modern art forms. Musical hits include There’s
a Small Hotel, and Slaughter on 10th Avenue. For tickets
($30) or info, call 609-492-9477or online at www.surflight.org.
• Walnut Street Theatre for Kids, 825 Walnut Street in
Philadelphia presents Jigsaw Jones on Saturday, June 5 at
10:30 a.m., 1 p.m., and 3:30 p.m. Based on the popular chil-
dren’s book Jigsaw Jones: The Case of the Class Clown by
James Preller, the play tells the story of a mysterious prac-
tical joker in Ms. Gleason’s class, and the quest to uncover
his identity. This musical adaptation follows the young pri-
vate eye as he deciphers secret codes, follows the trail of
clues, and solves the case. For tickets ($10-$14) for this 60-
minute musical recommended for grades K-6, call 215-574-
3550/800-982-2787 or visit www.WalnutStreetTheatre.org.
Wine & Dine
• Linvilla Orchards, 137 West Knowlton Road in Media,
PA, presents 2010 James Beard Foundation Award Winning
Chef Jeff Michaud of Osteria Restaurant doing a cooking
demonstration, Saturday, June 5, at noon. This event is
free and open to the public. For info, call 610-876-7116 or
visit www.linvilla.com.
• Philly Beer Week (PBW) celebrating the region’s vibrant
beer culture, lists nine beer festivals from June 4 - June
13. Info about event schedules, participants, and tickets
online at www.phillybeerweek.org.
• World Café Live, 3025 Walnut Street in Philadelphia,
presents Sam Calagione of Dogfish Head Craft Brewery and
sommelier Marnie Old of the French Culinary Institute for an
evening of dueling drinks, Tuesday, June 8. Meet the authors
and receive a copy of He Said Beer, She Said Wine! Down-
stairs Live, at 6 p.m. for pre-dinner beer and wine tasting
and light appetizers. Executive Chef Michael Breslin serves
a seated three course Dinner with beer & wine pairings at
7:30 p.m. $95 per person cost includes all beers, wines, food,
tax, gratuity, and the book. For reservations or info, call
215-222-1400 or visit www.worldcafelive.com.
• Le Bar Lyonnais, 1523 Walnut Street in Philadelphia,
offers a three course beer dinner with five beer tastings
June 9 & 10, 6 p.m., at the casual bistro downstairs from
Le Bec-Fin. Each evening will feature dinner by Chef Georges
Perrier and Executive Chef Nicolas Elmi. Don Russell (Joe
Sixpack) will entertain with his beer knowledge on June 9.
On June 10, the featured speaker is Brewmaster Rene Huard.
For reservations and tickets ($75 plus tax and gratuity), call
215-567-1000 or online at www.lebecfin.com.
• Hudson Beach Glass, 26 South Strawberry Street in Old
City Philadelphia, offers two glass designing opportunities
during Philadelphia Beer Week, June 4 - 13. Design your
own pint glass ($40), and watch as it’s made for you, (pint
glasses need to cool overnight), or cut your favorite bottle
into a cup. Bring in any bottle that has an enamel label and
Hudson Beach Glass will cut off the top to turn it into a cup.
Make sure to clean the bottle first and remove any paper
labels. The cost for each cup is $15, or four for $50. For
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Events
• Adventure Aquarium, 1 Riverside Drive in Camden,
NJ, celebrates World Oceans Day, Tuesday, June 8, featuring
area conservationists, a presentation by the Aquarium’s
seals, and the chance to take the World Oceans Day Pledge.
The day long event features fun displays, activities, and give-
aways presented by various conservation-minded organi-
zations. For info, call 856-365-3300. Buy and print your tick-
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• Waterfront Connection Shuttle operates daily to and
from the Independence Visitor Center in Philadelphia to
Adventure Aquarium and the Battleship New Jersey on the
Camden Waterfront for $2 per person round trip. The first
ride departs from Philadelphia at 10:30 a.m. and the last
ride drops off passengers in Philadelphia at 6:15 p.m.
• Italian American Heritage Festival, Rose Tree Park in
Delaware County, Sunday, June 6, Noon - 6 p.m., celebrating
Italian food, heritage, culture, authors, and entertainment
is free and open to the public. Featuring a tribute to Al
Alberts TV Showcase & the songs of The Four Aces with
Carmen Dee, Orchestra Leader of Palumbo’s; The Al Alberts
TV Showcase Trio & Showcase Alumni; and guest MC Joe
Pellegrino, former Action News Sportscaster & Showcase
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• Avalon and Stone Harbor present the first Seven Mile
Restaurant Week, June 4 - 11, with 49 of the 54 area restau-
rants offering a three-course dinner for $29.10, lunch for
two for $20.10, and breakfast for $9.10. Among the restaurants
participating is Seaglass at The Golden Inn opening the first
week in June. For reservations or info, call 866-343-6611 or
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band will offer its blend of tasty “old school” jazz and blues,
spiced with Cuban and Brazilian styles that often get lis-
teners out of their chairs and onto the dance floor.
The Village at 63rd Street Coffee House (2035 North 63rd
Street Philadelphia, PA 19151) is the area’s newest coffee
house and live music venue. Its inexpensive café menu,
friendly and relaxed atmosphere have been drawing students,
neighbors and music fans since it opened several months
ago. This event will be its first offering of live jazz in an early
Friday night slot, 7 - 9 p.m. ($5 cover charge).
Pianist Joe Camardo (MD) and bassist Justin Fink (PhD)
have been performing together at clubs, restaurants and
private venues in and around the Delaware Valley for over
30 years. Often appearing with featured soloists and special
guests, the Docs diagnose the condition at hand, and pro-
vide just the right treatment. For “musical anemia” or “jazz
deficit syndrome,” they prescribe a shot of Duke, Dizzy, Bird
or whatever. If it’s “musical affective disorder,” the Jazz
Doctors might recommend a dose of bossa nova, samba,
mambo or Cuban son.
Over a 40-year period, Joe Camardo has performed as an
accordionist, pianist and tenor saxophonist in concerts and
stage shows, clubs and restaurants, weddings and bar mitz-
vahs. A dynamic and versatile stylist, the former Overbrook
Farms resident (still a parishioner at Our Lady Of Lourdes)
enjoys many kinds of music, but he especially loves play-
ing jazz in its infinite variations. Recently retired as an exec-
utive in the pharmaceutical industry, and a passionate stu-
dent of Latin dance, Dr. Joe seems to be taking his jazz fur-
ther and further south of the border.
Justin Fink is a self-taught acoustic bassist whose style is
rhythmic, supportive and “straight up the middle.” Prev-
iously, the Overbrook Farms resident performed and record-
ed in Paris France, served as bassist for a band called
Kitchen Help, was a founding member of the original Phila-
samba and co-produced Philadelphia’s first Brazilian carni-
val events. A consultant in the nonprofit sector by day, Dr.
Justin provides organizational wellness services for com-
munity agencies in health, human services, and education.
For this show, the Jazz Docs will be joined by guests
Richard Orr (multi-reeds/flute) and Ron Howerton (percus-
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is a visual anthropologist,
painter, photographer,
and printmaker. Voshell is a printmaker, photographer and
sculptor. For information, visit www.ucartsleague.org or
call 215-382-7811. Gallery events are free. Hours are Mon-
day - Friday, noon - 7 p.m.; Saturday, 12:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.;
and Sunday by appointment. Image shown is from the Ser-
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Gaelic Saturday at Commodore Barry/Irish Center
Satharn na nGael (pronounced Saa-ar-in na Gaay-il) will be held on Saturday, June 12, 2010 at The Commodore Barry/Irish Center, Carpenter
Lane and Emlen St in West Mt Airy, Philadelphia. Daltaí na Gaeilge when translated means Students of the Irish Language is a non-profit organi-
zation that provides a setting where students can learn and practice the Irish language in an atmosphere where “Irish” is the “First” language.
“Satharn na nGael,” the shortest of the immersion courses, consists of language classes and workshops for music, singing and dancing, followed
by a party with music and other entertainment. Check-In from 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. with first class beginning at 9:00 a.m. The program is ori-
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seniors took home covet-
ed “Cappie” awards for their
roles in “Urinetown,” the high
school’s spring musical offer-
ing this year. One of the show’s
ensembles in the musical,
known as “The Poor,” also took
top honors during the Annual
Greater Philadelphia Cappie
Award Gala held at the Upper
Darby Performing Arts Center,
May 23. An audience of near-
ly 2,000 people watched the
presentation of the awards
in a ceremony that rivaled
the Tony Awards for both its
excitement and suspense.
The show’s stars, Mark Watter
and Devin Lloyd were named
Best Leader Actor and Actress
in a musical and Jenna Rogalski
took the Best Female Dancer
prize. Both Devin and Mark
earned a $1,000 scholarship
to attend Broadway Dreams
Foundation this summer.
The “Poor” ensemble was
invited to perform at the
Cappie Ceremony – an honor in itself, followed by winning
the coveted top prize. The lead dancer in the ensemble
walked away with her own Cappie for Best Female Dancer.
“The night was an incredible success for our theater pro-
gram,” Leigh Ann Brienza, the show’s director, said. This
was Brienza’s directorial debut at Haverford.
Thirty-four schools participated throughout the theater
season in the Cappie program. High school Cappie critics
review shows throughout the year and compete for publi-
cation in several area newspapers. At the end of the season,
they vote for award winners in categories ranging from
makeup and sets to stage crew orchestra, choreography,
acting and, of course, critic. Haverford was nominated for
10 awards, including best critic and best orchestra.
The Cappies, (Critics and Awards Program), founded in
Washington, D.C. 11 years ago and active in 18 cities across
the US and Canada, recognizes both the accomplishments
of high school theater students and the talents of high
school journalists.
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musical, at the Annual Greater Philadelphia Cappie Award
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the decades on three Tuesday nights in June. Enjoy 35mm
screenings of “American Graffiti” on June 15 at 7 p.m., “Six-
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on June 29 at 7 p.m. Reminisce about the good old days as
you enjoy these generation-defining portraits of teenagers
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and students with ID, and $5.00 for Bryn Mawr Film Institute
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he Saint Francis Country House Women’s Auxiliary has
named Sister Nancy Bonshock, Sister of Notre Dame de
Namur and a member of the Academy of Notre Dame de
Namur’s Social Studies Department, as the 2010 recipient
of the St. Francis Medallion.
The Medallion’s objective is to identify and to recognize
the outstanding accomplishments of a woman. The award-
ing of the St. Francis Medallion signifies and confirms the
value of a woman’s contribution to her community, Church
and family. Sister Nancy, recipient of the 2010 St. Francis
Medallion, exemplifies the highest, spiritual, moral and eth-
ical standards. She leads others by example and inspires
them by her commitment. Her life reflects the words of St.
Francis: ... “for it is giving that we receive.”
Sister Nancy has committed herself to the education of
young Catholic women, and, for the past 35 years, has taught
in the Social Studies Department at the Academy of Notre
Dame de Namur.
She entered the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur at the
age of 18, having just graduated from Notre Dame High
School in Moylan, Pennsylvania. While in formation with
the order, she received her bachelor’s degree from Trinity
College in Washington, D.C. Later, she taught at Little
Flower High School in Philadelphia.
Sister Nancy moved to the Navajo reservation in Arizona
where she taught for two years. She pursued an advanced
degree and received her master’s in anthropology from the
University of Pennsylvania.
One of Sister Nancy’s favorite titles for Mary is Mater
Dolorosa (Mother of Sorrows). Sister Nancy has known
tragedy in her own family. Her niece, Aimee Willard, was
brutally murdered on June 20, 1996. Like Mater Dolorosa,
she has stood by her sister, Gail Willard, throughout the
ordeal of her daughter’s death and the murder trial of the
man guilty of the crime. Sister Nancy has taught classes on
the church’s moral teaching on the death penalty, and she
has lived that teaching in a way most people will never be
called upon to do, standing firmly and publicly against the
death penalty upon the 1998 conviction of the murderer of
her niece.
Her own struggle with cancer began in October of 1999.
She was not declared cancer free until November of 2007
(although she still receives preventive chemotherapy for
the disease). Throughout the duration of her illness, she
had often said, “I treat my cancer as if it is a chronic disease
that I must live with.” She was undaunted and arranged the
management and treatment of her illness so that it would
have the least possible impact on her teaching schedule.
One year that she had lost all her hair due to chemothera-
py, her students joined her in wearing hats and scarves as
testimony to traveling her journey with her. She has also
stated that she is alive today because of “prayer and poison”
(the poison being the ravages of her chemotherapy).
According to colleagues and former students, “Sister Nancy
has been a voice for the voiceless, has a passion for justice,
a love for the poor and a heart as wide as the world.”
The Auxiliary will honor Sister Nancy Bonshock with the
Medallion at the 96th Saint Francis Golden Ball, slated for
Friday, December 3, 2010 at the Philadelphia Union League.
Saint Francis Country House, established in 1913, is a skill-
ed nursing facility located in Darby, Pennsylvania. The home,
run by the Archdiocese of
Philadelphia, provides resi-
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skilled care for over 280 resi-
dents. It operates under the
fundamental philosophy of
offering the best medical and
nursing attention, delivered
with warmth and genuine con-
cern, to care for the physical,
social and spiritual needs of
its senior residents. The St.
Francis Women’s Auxiliary is
a group of dedicated women
actively involved and com-
mitted to promoting a better
quality of life for the residents
of the Saint Francis Country
House. The Golden Ball serves
as the primary fundraiser nec-
essary to achieve this goal.
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tanley Goldis, a Philadelphia CPA and partner with Citrin Cooperman &
Company, LLP, was recently thanked by Bala Cynwyd Library for providing
pro bono tax return services. Since 1992, Goldis has provided annual account-
ing services. He also served as the library’s treasurer for 10 years.
When Goldis, a Bala Cynwyd resident, was asked why he feels that it is
important to share his professional
talents with organizations in his com-
munity, he said, “I was taught by my
father that you have to give back to
the community where you live. It is
your obligation to help those less
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“Stanley’s talents and involvement
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Jean Knapp, Head Librarian of the Bala Cynwyd Library. “Since our library is
responsible for raising funds to buy new books, magazines, DVDs and refer-
ence materials, Stanley’s services make it possible for us to allocate funds
toward purchasing those items for our library patrons. He is a trusted friend,
supporter and volunteer worker for the library and we hope to have his sup-
port for many years to come.”
Goldis also handles pro
bono work in an advisory
capacity for Chasdei Eliyahu,
a nonprofit in Wynnewood,
Pa., that accepts donations
of furniture, clothing, kosher
food, money and automo-
biles for needy members of
the Greater Philadelphia
community. He serves on
the endowment committee
for Torah Academy of Greater
Philadelphia and on the
board of directors for the
Stern Hebrew High School
in Philadelphia. He was hon-
ored at the inaugural dinner
of Ohr Shalom Synagogue,
in Ramat Beit Shemesh,
Israel, for his efforts in the
establishment of a perma-
nent facility there. An avid
cyclist, Goldis has partici-
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bicycle ride to benefit Alyn
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Bala Cynwyd resident Stanley Goldis,
a Philadelphia CPA and partner with
Citrin Cooperman & Company, LLP,
was recently thanked by Bala Cynwyd
Library for providing pro bono tax
return services. Since 1992, Goldis has
provided annual accounting services.
He also served as the library’s treasur-
er for 10 years.
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Summer Spirituality Days from Monday, June 21, through Thursday, June 24, 2010.
One-day registration is also available.
The mission of the Summer Spirituality Days is to provide an opportunity to pause, be
enriched, reflect, and share with others the movements of God in one’s life. There is an
emphasis on the integration of spirituality and psychology as one presents one’s whole
self before God in genuine relationship.
Morning, afternoon, and evening four-day courses are available. Topics include Hilde-
gard of Bingen: Mystic and Prophet instructed by Sister Peggy McDonald, IHM, S.T.L., S.T.D.;
Modern People in Search of a Soul presented by Michael Morton, MA, LMFT; “From-To:”
Journey of Poetry and Prayer instructed by Sister Marcille McEntee, IHM, M.A.; Healing the
Psychospiritual Wounds of Change, Transition, and Loss presented by Anne M. Brady Rein-
smith, D. Min.; and Prayer, Life, and Liturgy instructed by Rev. John M. Hamrogue CSsR, PhD.
The courses listed above may be taken for personal enrichment or for Continuing Edu-
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$100 each and credited continuing education courses are $125 each. Campus housing
and meals are available for participants who wish to stay at Immaculata University.
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on Monday, June 21, 2010 at the Bala Golf Club, 2200 Belmont Avenue, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The pro-
ceeds for the tournament will be allocated to the Lower Merion High School golf team and the Lower Merion
Scholarship Fund. Alumni welcome. For info contact Brian Feeney at 267-463-7753 or feeneyb@lmsd.org.
Attending the Champagne Luncheon are, from left – Lynn Kuntz,
Lankenau Hospital Women’s Board member, of Newtown
Square; Alice Chase, President, John B. Deaver, Auxiliary of
Wynnewood; Meredith Jones, member of the Committee, of
Wynnewood.
Awaiting guests at the Philadelphia Art Alliance for the Wetherill
Ball 2010 are, from left – co-chair David G. Benton, member of
the Board of Trustees, of Media; co-chair Ellen Lee, member of the
Board of Directors, of Bryn Mawr; honorees Carole and Joseph
Shanis of Rittenhouse Square; co-chair Jerry Lee of Bryn Mawr.
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The Wetherill Ball 2010
The Planning Committee of the Philadelphia Art Alliance
presented the Wetherill Ball 2010, April 30, 2010. The Wetherill
Ball began with a cocktail reception at the Philadelphia Art
Alliance, 251 South 18th Street, at 6:30 p.m. followed by a
dinner and lively party at The Rittenhouse Hotel, 210 West
Rittenhouse Square.
The Philadelphia Art Alliance honored Carole and Joseph
Shanis with the presentation of its Distinguished Service Award.
They were honored with this prestigious award for their
many years of dedicated and tireless service to the Philadel-
phia Art Alliance, as well as many other arts and cultural
initiatives throughout the city of Philadelphia.
The Medal of Achievement was presented to professor Sharon
Church, for her remarkable contributions to the University
of the Arts educational institution, positive impact on the
Philadelphia arts community, and her accomplishments as
a studio jeweler.
Entertainment was performed by the talented students from
Curtis Institute of Music, and the operatic voices of the Academy
of Vocal Arts, followed by the Dean Schneider Trio for danc-
ing.
Carole Price Shanis is President of the Philadelphia Art
Alliance. Honorary Chairman was the Honorable Edward G.
Rendell. Committee Chairs were Ilyce and David Benton; Ellen
and Jerry Lee.
Proceeds of the Wetherill Ball benefit the Philadelphia Art
Alliance.
Champagne Luncheon and
Fashion Show
In celebration of Lankenau Hospital’s 150th Anniversary,
the John B. Deaver Auxiliary presented a Champagne Luncheon
and Fashion Show, April 25, 2010, at the Overbrook Club in
Villanova. Fashions were presented by Grammercy of Eagle
Village and Latrice of Bryn Mawr. The featured speaker was
New York designer Amy Smilovic of Tibi. Alice Chase is Presi-
dent of the John B. Deaver Auxiliary. Barbara Evans is Women’s
Board President. Co-chairmen were: Jennifer Dolente; Audrey
Kese; Khaki Young. Sherrin Baky was Raffle co-chair. Pro-
ceeds from the Champagne Luncheon and Fashion Show will
benefit the Perinatal Testing Center at Lankenau Hospital.
Welcoming Mayor Michael Nutter to the reception for the Wetherill
Ball, at the Philadelphia Art Alliance, is co-chair David Benton
of Media.
Arriving at Overbrook Golf Club in Villanova for the Champagne
Luncheon and Fashion Show in celebration of Lankenau Hospi-
tal’s 150th Anniversary are, from left – co-chair Khaki Young
of Wayne; President, Lankenau Hospital, Elaine C. Thompson, Ph.D.,
of Center Valley, PA; co-chair Audrey Pese of Berwyn; Raffle
co-chair Sherrin Baky of Bryn Mawr; co-chair Jennifer Dolente
of Devon.
Enjoying the reception, from left – Mayor Michael Nutter; hon-
orees Joseph and Carole Shanis of Rittenhouse Square.
About to join their table for the luncheon and fashion show
are, from left – Dr. Maribel Hernandez of Penn Valley; Dr.
Jennifer Sabol of Voorhees, NJ; Elaine C. Thompson, Ph.D., Presi-
dent, Lankenau Hospital, of Center Valley, PA.
Attending the Champagne Luncheon are, from left – Kathy Barnes,
Patient Care Manager, Main Line Health Perinatal Testing
Center at Lankenau Hospital, of Glenmoore, PA; Ken Kirby, Main
Line Health Senior Vice President, and Elaine Kirby of Haver-
town.
At the reception are, from left – Jay Tolson of Gladwyne, and
Hadia Lefaure of Philadelphia; Gerry and Marguerite Lenfest
of Huntingdon Valley.
Arriving at The Rittenhouse Hotel for the Wetherill Ball’s din-
ner are, from left – co-chairs Ilyce and David Benton of Media;
Judge Midge O. Rendell. David Benton is Vice President and
General Manager of The Rittenhouse Hotel.
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violinist for his
young age.
Chanlan had a
deep passion for
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-
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parents’ restaurant in the Chinatown section of Philadelphia.
The January 23 concert will be held at Centennial Hall at
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professional musicians, will commemorate Chanlan’s love
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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.
Given annually, the Ivy Young
Willis Award recognizes women
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contributions in the field of
public affairs.
The American Women in Radio
and Television cited Roberts as
one of the 50 greatest women
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and the Library of Congress
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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-
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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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