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FREE Year 26, No. 28
P H I L A D E L P H I A & T H E M A I N L I N E ’ S FAV O R I T E W E E K LY

Celebrating 26 Years of Community News March 23 – March 29, 2011
COMMUNITY Philadelphia Premiere of “Theater W YNNEFIELD R ESIDENTS
of War” at Penn Museum G OOD S AMARITAN AWARD vice members, vet-
erans, their families
and communities. Recipient is Long-Time Resident Juanita Harmon
Using Sophocles’
plays to forge a com-
mon vocabulary for
openly discussing
the impact of war on
individuals, families,
and communities,
Singer/Songwriter these events will be
Chris Despo aimed at generating
compassion and under-
Page 7 standing between
diverse audiences.
Each performance
is approximately 2
hours in length, in-
cluding the readings
from the plays, com-
ments from a panel
that features a diverse
group of military
community members,
as well as a town-
Senior Glee Club hall style audience
Photo/Paxton Winters discussion.
Performances Emmy Award winner and Academy Award nominee David Strathairn, Penn Museum’s
Page 8 in the dual roles of Ajax and Agamemnon, heads up a seasoned cast, “Theater of War” per- Photo/Mr. Govan
in play reading. formance features a The Wynnefield Residents Association (WRA) established the
reading of scenes “Do Unto Others” Good Samaritan Community Honor in spe-

heater of War Productions, a from Sophocles’ “Ajax,” an ancient Greek cial recognition of community residents who go above and beyond
social impact company that pre- tragedy that chronicles the fate of the war- for their neighbors. The organization’s first honoree, Mrs. Juanita
sents readings of ancient Greek rior Ajax at the end of the Trojan War. B. Harmon, has resided in Wynnefield for over 43 years.
plays for military service mem- Emmy Award winner and Academy Award
bers and civilians, offers its first nominee David Strathairn, in the dual roles

n recognition of the importance of caring for others and
Philadelphia performance at the of Ajax and Agamemnon, heads up a seasoned how acts of kindness strengthen and bind our neighbor-
University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archae- cast that features four other actors who also hoods, the Wynnefield Residents Association (WRA)
ology and Anthropology in the Harrison have performed with the Peoples Light and established the “Do Unto Others” Good Samaritan Community
auditorium on Saturday, April 2, 2011 at 1:30 Theater Company in Malvern: Melanye Honor in special recognition of community residents who
Evening Hours p.m. The program, co-sponsored with the Finister as Athena/Tecmessa, Graham Smith go above and beyond for their neighbors. The organization’s
Philadelphia VA Medical Center, the Depart- as Odysseus, Jerome Preston Bates as Teucer, first honoree, Mrs. Juanita B. Harmon, has resided in
Page 12 ment of Classics at the University of Penn- and Michael Stewart Allen as the Chorus. Wynnefield for over 43 years. She is a community activist
sylvania, and the People’s Light & Theatre The reading is directed by Abigail Adams, who has served as block captain for 37 years. Mrs. Harmon
company, is free to all military service mem- Artistic Director of People’s Light & Theater, is currently block captain of the 5300 West Montgomery
bers and veterans with ID, and free with translated and facilitated by Bryan Doerries, Avenue block.
Senior Services general Museum admission for the general and produced by Phyllis Kaufman. In the upcoming months, WRA would like its members to
Pages 8 & 16 public. Penn Museum is located at 3260 South observe what is happening within the community and con-
“Theater of War” is an innovative public Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104 (on Penn’s sider residents or business owners who are making a dif-
health project that presents readings of campus, across from Franklin Field). Visit ference in Wynnefield and may be eligible for the “Do Unto
ancient Greek plays, Sophocles’ “Ajax” and For general information Others” Good Samaritan Community Honor. There are many
“Philoctetes,” as a catalyst for town hall dis- call 215-898-4000. For group tour informa- ways community members can make a positive contribu-
Healthy Living cussions about the challenges faced by ser- tion call 215-746-8183. See Good Samaritan Honoree Juanita B. Harmon on page 11
Pages 9 & 11

Your Community
Historic Woodlands Cemetery Commemorates Civil War Sesquicentennial
he Woodlands Trust for Historic Pres- Throughout the tragic four years of fight-
Newspaper ervation and The Woodlands Cemetery ing from 1861-1865, and for many years
CITY SUBURBAN Company of Philadelphia joins with the thereafter, The Woodlands was a place to
NEWS nation is commemorating the 250th anniver- inter those who had fought in both armies
sary of the period that tested the very sur- of the devastating conflict. Included in The
610-667-6623 vival of the country; the American Civil War. Officially established in 1840 as a rural ceme- One of Historic Woodlands Cemeter y’s
CitySuburbanNews tery, The Woodlands was created from the Civil War gravesites. Courtesy of The
former magnificent 18th century estate of Woodlands Cemeter y Company of Phila-
Find us on Facebook! William Hamilton, a member of a prominent delphia & The Woodlands Trust for
Pennsylvania political family, located in what Historic Preservation
is now the University City section of Philadel-
phia. Hamilton, a renowned horticulturist of Woodlands are the graves of two Medal of
his day, had carefully planned his estate; and Honor recipients, Sylvester Bonnaffron, Jr.
E-mail: design of the cemetery followed those of many (1844-1922) and Thomas Cripps (1840-1882); of his existing landscapes along the Schuyl- nurses including volunteer US Army Nurse
kill River. By the onset of the War in 1861, Emily Bliss Souder (1814-1886) who served
the cemetery, with its beautiful monuments at Gettysburg; ten Union generals including
and sculptures, evolved into a popular place to visit. It later became an David B. Birney (1825-1864) who became ill during the Siege at Petersburg
inspiration and a model for many of the region’s public parks. See Cemetery Commemorates Civil War Sesquicentennial on page 5
Page 2 CITY SUBURBAN NEWS March 23 – March 29, 2011

INSTANT AUTO TAGS & Photographs by Music presents Maurice Wright’s

An art reception has been sched-
EVENING OF CHAMBER MUSIC chamber opera “The Lyric’s Tale”
with baritone, Lawrence Indik,
The Friends of the Marple Public actor, Marcia Ferguson, and con-
Instant Registration Renewals uled at the Kaiserman JCC in Wynne- Library in Broomall are hosting an ductor, Heidi Jacob, along with
wood to celebrate the photograph- Evening of Chamber Music featur- Stravinsky’s “L’Histoire du Soldat.”
Notary • Prepaid Phones ic works of local photographer Rich ing Ms. Anida Goga and the IIyria This concert will be held in Roberts
Money Transfers • Money Orders Dunoff on Wednesday, March 23, String Quartet on Thursday, March Hall, Marshall Auditorium on the
Utility Payments 6:30 - 8 p.m. A meet and greet with 31. Featured on this program are: Haverford College Campus at 370
the artist will take place in the back the Haydn String Quartet in G minor, Lancaster Avenue, Haverford, PA,
~ FREE PARKING ~ lobby of the JCC. The exhibit, “Land- Op. 20, No. 3; the Tchaikovsky and is free and open to the pubic.
610-352-3733 • Fax 610-352-5840 scapes, Earth and Sky,” is currently String Quartet No. 1 in D major, For information, call 610-896-1011,
on display at the Kaiserman JCC, second movement and the Bee- or
7305 West Chester Pike, Upper Darby 45 Haverford Rd., Wynnewood, PA thoven String Quartet in C minor,
(2 minutes from Overbrook Park across from Upper Darby Police Dept.) 19096. The reception is free and open “Unity Tour” Concert
Op.18, No.4. A pre-concert con-
to the public. versation and lecture on the history On Sunday, April 3, at 7:30 p.m.,
of these composers will be pro- Neshama Carlebach and the Green
Free Classical Recital vided by Dr. Michael Kelly at 7:00 Pastures Baptist Choir bring their
The Philadelphia Art Alliance pre- p.m. The concert will begin prompt- electrifying “Unity Tour” to Temple
sents its Last Friday Classical Reci- ly at 7:30 p.m. Ms. Goga is Concertmaster with the Delaware
Advertise in tal. Liebesfreud will perform on Fri-
day, March 25, at 5:30 p.m. Free
Admission. Featured Works include
County Symphony. This program is free and open to the public.
Marple Public Library is located at 2599 Sproul Road, Broomall.
Walk-ins welcome, reservations are recommended at 610-356-
Beth Hillel – Beth El, Remington
Road and Lancaster Avenue in
Wynnewood. At this community
event, exquisite and soulful voices

City Suburban Elgar String Quartet & Haydn String
Quartet. Featuring violinists Geoffrey
Michaels and Philip Kates, violist
1510. A reception will immediately follow the performance and
all are invited to meet Ms. Goga and members of the Ilria String
will combine to create an amazing,
uplifting live concert experience
from intimate ballads to energetic,
David Giles, and cellist Charles Forbes,

News to the Philadelphia based Liebesfreud
is an ensemble devoted primarily
to the performance of great litera-
innovative map shows hour by hour
troop movements and engage-
ments through the full day of the
foot-stomping musical arrangments.
Festival Selection. Following the Advance tickets may be purchased
movie, join for light refreshments for $36 each. For information call
while a panel of veterans, educators, 610-649-5300.

Reach Your ture for the string quartet. PAA is
located at 251 South 18th Street,
Philadelphia, PA 19103; 215-545-4302
battle. Sean will have a discussion
on the Battle of the Brandywine
while showing his animated map
and students discusses the issue
of military recruiting in our local Women’s Advocacy Day
schools. The event will be held on The Jewish Federation of Greater
or visit throughout the discussion. This will Thursday, March 31, from 7 - 9 Philadelphia’s Women of Vision
Customers! Poetry Reading
be a very detailed description of what
took place at specific times during
On Tuesday, March 29 at 7 p.m. the Battle of the Brandywine.
p.m. at Friends Center, 1515 Cherry Foundation and Hadassah of Greater
Street, Philadelphia. Details at Philadelphia invite women to ex-
http://pennarmyofnone.eventbrite. perience a day of empowerment on
Poets and Prophets will present the com/.
CITY SUBURBAN NEWS – Small Craft Warnings Reading at Church of Earthalujah!
Harrisburg’s Capitol Hill, Wednes-
day, April 13, 2011, from 7 a.m. -
Your Community Paper the new Performing Arts Complex Reverend Billy calls his Church of Exhibit 6 p.m. Participate in legislative
in Delaware County. “Small Craft Earthalujah! performances family The Great Frame Up in Wayne will briefings with elected officials and
for 26 Years! Warnings” is the Swarthmore Col- friendly but big bank deadly—espe- present “Emerging Artists,” a group policy makers on issues that affect
lege Literary Magazine. Feature Poets cially for banks that finance CO-2 exhibition of works by Jamie Pogue, Jewish girls and women, including
TBA. Open follows Feature. Dona- emissions through mountaintop Mark Rizzo, and George Hastings. women’s health, food and security,
tions accepted. For info on this event removal, hydro-fracking, super malls The exhibition will feature oil paint- education, immigration and text-
visit and shipping sweatshop products ings and photographs, and will be
NEED MORE SPACE? or call 610-328-POET. This space, long distances in fossil fuel-burn- on display from Friday, April 1
ing-while-driving. Cost of $49 per
person includes round-trip bus
Advertise Your Items for Sale in Our Classified Section! entitled Stage One, is at the former ing engines. All these topics are through Wednesday, May 4. An transportation from Har Zion in
Summit School at 101 Plush Mill on the table Thursday, March 31, opening reception with refresh- Penn Valley, a kosher lunch and a
Road in Wallingford. For other events at 7 p.m. as Reverend Billy and his ments, will be held on Friday, April snack. For info or to RSVP (by April
ASK FOR STAR TREATMENT AT at Stage One, among the more than Gospel Choir singers perform in
thirty Arts and Community Groups Drexel’s Behrakis Grand Hall (Creese
1, from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. The exhib-
it and reception are free and open
3), contact Susan Lundy at 215-832-
0849 or
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RECEIVE STAR ❏ $20.63 - 1 week The Chadds Ford Historical Society ject of a 2007 documentary called Jewish Genealogical Side Arts ( an-
nounces the launch of its new web-
TREATMENT ❏ $76.52 - 4 weeks continues its Spring Lecture Series “What Would Jesus Buy?” pro- Society Meeting site and services! Side Arts will
on Tuesday, March 29 at 7:30 p.m. duced by Morgan Spurlock (Super
Place your Ad in an ❏ $144 - 8 weeks The next meeting of the Delaware be hosting a launch party and ben-
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Admission: $10; free for Society Billy takes a look at planet earth, Jewish Genealogical Society of
Star Border p.m. at the Dark Horse Pub (421 S.
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wine” will be given by Sean Moir, a Drexel Students. For info call 215- ment at Martins Run, who will
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ARTS, CULTURE & SOCIETY EVENTS Personalized Photography
10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sunday 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. The opening preview • My Studio or Your House
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cocktail reception for ARTstar and ARTisan level patrons will be held • All Levels, Beginner to Advanced
23rd Annual Johann Strauss Ball March 31, 2011, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. The Art Alliance will host lectures • Small Classes or Individual Lessons
and demonstrations throughout the threeday exhibition of contempo- • Photo Field Trips • Group Picture Sharing
Viennese Balls delight people all over the world who love to waltz. On
rary craft design. For information visit
Saturday, March 26, the Austrian-American Society of Pennsylvania will OWEN BIDDLE PHOTO SCHOOL
host its 23rd annual Johann Strauss Ball, creating the singular magic Art Exhibit
and romance of a Viennese Ball. In the tradition of Johann Strauss, Havertown/Lansdowne PA
the orchestra plays on the balcony while the dancers glide along the ball- The fifteen Artists of Assemblage join the Philadelphia International 610-626-7854 •
room below the chandelier. The Merion Cricket Club in Haverford offers Festival of the Arts (PIFA) in their celebration of the creative Paris years
the perfect venue for this ball. The Austrian-American Society of Penn- of 1910-1920. The theme: “We’ll Always Have Paris,” will be held April 2
sylvania wishes to preserve the Viennese waltz and keep its traditions alive. to April 29, 2011, at Da Vinci Art Alliance, 704 Catharine Street, Phila-
delphia. An opening reception will be held April 2, 2011, from 4 to 7
Ready Get Set, Let’s Go!
The evening begins at 6 p.m. with a Champagne reception, accompa-
nied by melodious Zither music. The famous Radetsky Marsch is played p.m. The hours: Wednesday 6 to 8 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday 12 to 6 GET INTO SHAPE FOR SUMMER
as the guests enter the ballroom en masse at seven. Music will be per- p.m. Closing reception April 29, 2011, from 6 to 8 p.m. For informa- with Kelli McIntrye, MA, ATC, Wellness Coach
formed by a 10-piece orchestra. The “Speisenfolge” or dinner menu is spe- tion email who worked as the Women’s Basketball Athletic
cially prepared in Austrian tradition. Guests can enjoy dancing through- Trainer for Villanova University & taught
out dinner. Dancing goes ‘til midnight. For info about the Austrian Ameri- Chamounix Mansion Anniversary Celebration Health Promotion & Life Fitness Courses
can Society of Pennsylvania or for tickets to the 23rd annual Johann The Friends of Chamounix are presenting its 47th Anniversary Celebra-
Strauss Ball, call 610-356-2339. tion April 2, 2011, from 5:30 to 8 p.m., at Chamounix Mansion, 3250 FREE WORKSHOP & LECTURE
Chamounix Drive, Philadelphia. The honoree will be David Kim, named on the Importance of
Women’s History Month Concertmaster of the Philadelphia Orchestra in 1999. He began playing Walking & Exercise
Women for Greater Philadelphia, Inc. is celebrating Women’s History Month, the violin at the age of three, and received his Bachelor’s and Master’s Saturday, April 9 • 1 - 3 p.m.
and is presenting “We the Women 2011,” March 27, 2011, at Laurel Hill degrees from the Julliard School. He is being honored for his leadership, “Bring Your Sneakers & Prepare to Walk.”
Mansion, East Edgley Drive, East Fairmount Park, Philadelphia, from 2 to his strong family ties, and for his passion for music which enriches the Sponsored by Living Water Community Center Workshop Series
4 p.m. The Program, “A Tribute to Women in Government.” Special in- entire Philadelphia community. The “jewel” of North American hostels,
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On Sunday, March 27 at 3:00 p.m., the Guest Artist Series at Haverford
Thorncroft Victory Gallop • 215-205-6905
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and Tony Prabowo’s “Pastoral for Two Voices and String Quartet (2006);” cocktails and silent auction at 6 p.m., followed by dinner and dancing
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D evon Prep sixth graders
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math lesson and a snack. Ac-
cording to Math Teacher Mrs. Devon Prep Sixth Graders measure the circumference of a pie for a Pi Day math lesson.
Tutoring and Test Preparation Kathy Iacobucci, “Pi Day is
celebrated on March 14, (3/14), because the first three digits of the number Pi are 314. Pi is the circumference of a cir-
Call Today for SAT & ACT cle divided by its diameter.” During her Math lesson the students measured a pie, and divided the circumference by its
diameter. When they arrived at the correct number (3.14) they were allowed to enjoy the fruit of their labor, so to speak.
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950 Montgomery Ave. Narberth, PA U pper Darby High School’s Music Department showcases all its performance ensembles
on Friday, March 25 at 7:30 p.m. at the annual POPS Concert at the Upper Darby Per-
forming Arts Center. This is a not-to-be-missed family event that will undoubtedly have
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610-668-TEST audiences dancing in the aisles! Featured on the program are the 450+ members of the Co-Publisher & Editor
UDHS Chorus, Concert Choir, Encore Singers, Concert Band, Wind Ensemble, Jazz Band Leslie Swan
Thanks for reading City Suburban News every week! and Orchestra. Publisher
Offering a wide range of popular music, the high school’s Robert M. Klein
instrumental and choral groups will present a lively collec-
tion of blockbusters from the 70s, 80s and 90s, as well as Legal Counsel
current popular musical selections. The songs of the Beatles, Herbert Robert Weiman Jr.
Queen, Michael Jackson and Billy Joel will delight concert- Account Manager
goers in this something-for-everyone show, and hits made Joyce E. Engel
famous by Madonna, Lady Gaga and Jennifer Hudson will com- Graphic Designer
plete the program. This is an event that is sure to provide Kathy Fitzgerald
pure fun for the entire family! Staff Writer
The Upper Darby Performing Arts Center is located at 601 Jerry Bloom
North Lansdowne Avenue, Drexel Hill and is handicapped-
accessible. Ample free parking is available. Admission to the Society Editor
annual POPS concert is $3, payable at the door. Rose Marie Riley
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Pianist Mac Frampton & ThreePenny
Symphony to Perform “Pop Go the Classics!”
The accomplished musicians breathe new life into classical music
by infusing today’s lively pop and jazz rhythms with audience-favorite classical tunes
on April 9 at 7:30 p.m. at Upper Darby Performing Arts Center
and UDPAC members receive a $2 discount.
Inquire about becoming a member of the
Upper Darby Performing Arts Center to re-
ceive ticket discounts throughout the year.
The Upper Darby Performing Arts Center
is located at 601 North Lansdowne Avenue
in Drexel Hill, PA. The Performing Arts Center
offers free parking and is wheel-chair acces-
Mac Frampton’s musical career spans
over thirty years. With unparalleled energy
and exuberance he has performed in more
than 3,000 concerts. Frampton has been guest
soloist with such orchestras as the Boston
Pops, Mantovani, Cincinnati, Atlanta, and
St. Louis. He has shared the stage with the
likes of Bill Cosby, Glen Campbell, Roberta
Flack, Victor Borge and many others.
Frampton’s novel and captivating arrange-
ments have been well-received by audiences
throughout the world and his unique style
has proved exceedingly durable. Based on
classical technique, drawing liberally from
jazz and rock idioms, the “rock-alternative”
sound of Mac Frampton continues to attract
devotees to his entertaining style. Audience
members will discover Frampton’s “Pop Go
Pianist Mac Frampton puts a jazzy, pop the Classics!” makes familiar classical melodies
spin on classical favorites with “Pop Go the come alive in a new way.
Classics!” at UD Performing Arts Center, Highly educated in classical music, Frampton
April 9 at 7:30 p.m. pursued his musical studies after being cel-
ebrated as a child prodigy. He began his
training at 5 years old and made his profes-
P ianist Mac Frampton and a six-piece en-
semble entitled the ThreePenny Symphony
present a night of spirited musical entertain-
sional debut when he was 8 years old. He
attended Erskine College to study music and
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lished musicians breathe new life into clas- as Doctor of Musical Arts.
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wide range of services for every member of your family –
from infants to older adults. Our board-certified doctors
and died three months later in Philadelphia; and several soldiers from the Confederate take the time to get to know their patients making sure
Army (including Wharton Sinkler, a member of the leading Sinkler family who was born in that they get the best medical care possible. Call for an
Philadelphia, raised in the South who enlisted in two South Carolina cavalry regiments appointment today.
and became a prominent Philadelphia physician after the War) and 1st Lieutenant David
K. Tuttle (who was the Superintendent of the Confederacy’s Nitre and Mining Bureau which
provided the South’s military forces with gunpowder and lead for ammunition).
For the next four years, The Woodlands will hold historical interpretive programs and
special tours to commemorate and honor those Civil War servicemen and women interred
within this National Historic Landmark’s more than forty acres. These events will be open
to the public. “The Woodlands is proud to honor these individuals from the Civil War who
fought for their country and their personal principles as we also are of all of our veterans
interred within this National Historic Landmark District,” said executive director Andrew
Zellers-Frederick. “We hope that many interested individuals will also want to support
our preservation efforts by joining the Friends of The Woodlands and volunteering here.”
The Woodlands may also be visited for self-guided tours and is open daily, weather per-
mitting, from early morning until 5 p.m. Visitors to The Woodlands are requested to be
respectful while in the site because the cemetery is an active one and services do occur
frequently. For information about planned Civil War commemorative events and programs,
or about The Woodlands in general, call 215-386-2181 or email Director_Woodlands@
The Woodlands Cemetery is located at 40th Street and Woodland Avenue directly across
from SEPTA’s trolley station. The site is easily reached by public transportation from all
points within Philadelphia and is located near the Schuylkill Expressway (Interstate 76).
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Beverly D. Chandran • Act II Playhouse, 56 East Butler Avenue in Ambler, PA,
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The Way You Look Tonight, Fly Me to the Moon, Strangers in
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Patricia McMonagle has been doing readings • Annenberg Center for the Performing and tastes of fine wines on March 31, 7 -
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in choosing a positive direction for themselves. delphia, presents the 27th annual of tax and gratuity). Learn how to
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she believes, “Change can alter an outcome if dren’s Festival, Thursday, April Antoine Amrani makes chocolates
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Say You Saw It in CITY SUBURBAN NEWS! Native American storyteller and dancer; Bar, 129 East Butler Avenue in Ambler,
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News to Reach The Preservation Alliance for Greater Philadelphia
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that they offer in a centrally designated demonstration area,
or in the lecture/presentation room in active use through-
March 30 – Celebrating Jewish Culture, located at 31 West Coulter Street, Philadelphia, PA. Tickets out the day.
Get Ready for Passover, Camp are $10 for general admission and $5 for Alliance members. • FREE, 15-minute consultations with old house profes-
April 6 – Education News, Sr. Back Page, The one-day fair in the heart of historic Germantown is sionals will be available at the fair’s ASK THE EXPERTS area.
Get Ready for Passover & Easter one of the longest running restoration themed fairs on the • FREE, 15-minute exterior paint color consultations with
East Coast. The event is designed to connect owners of “The Color Doctor,” John Crosby Freeman, featured in the
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Get Ready for Easter, Education, Camp percent of past fair attendees were actively planning or in homeowners who have shown exemplary stewardship in
April 27 – Healthy Living, Camp, Get the process of restoration work on their homes. The Alliance historic preservation through renovation and maintenance
Ready for Mother’s Day anticipates over 1,000 people will attend the 2011 Old House of their property.
Fair which provides attendees with a special opportunity The Preservation Alliance for Greater Philadelphia active-
May 4 – Education, Sr. Back Page, Get to interact directly with business and trade professionals ly promotes the appreciation, protection, and revitalization
Ready for Mother’s Day operating in the greater Philadelphia area. of the Philadelphia region’s historic buildings, communities,
May 11 – Healthy Living, Education, Event Features: and landscapes. A 501c3 non-profit membership organiza-
• Over 70 booths of professional vendors, consultants and tion, the Alliance leads in setting the agenda for preserva-
Celebrating Jewish Culture specialists, marketing preservation-related products and tion issues of regional importance and advocates strong
May 18 – Education, Senior Services & Sr. services, as well as representatives of regional and local public preservation policies.
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of Change” opened in the Free Library’s West Gallery in conjunc-
Deadline previous Thursday. I n celebration of the memory of art aficionado and Free Library
curator Robert F. Looney, the Parkway Central Library will host
the 12th annual Robert F. Looney Lecture on Friday, March 26 at
tion with the Looney Event. Curated by Stephen Perloff and
Blaise Tobia, the exhibition features photographs and images of
CITY SUBURBAN NEWS – 4:00 p.m. This year’s program will kick off with “Challenges to an ever-changing Philadelphia throughout the 20th century from
Your Community Paper Documentary Photography in the 21st Century,” a free panel dis- several contemporary artists, including Jim Abbott, Noah Addis,
cussion moderated by noted photography critic A.D. Coleman Sandy Sorlien, Jeffrey Stockbridge, and more.
for 26 Years! and featuring photographer Daniel Traub and arts writer Nancy The 4:00 p.m. panel discussion will be followed by a ticketed
Brokaw. reception, at which attendees can enjoy refreshments and bid on
An exhibition titled “Documentary PIX: Philadelphia, A Century affordable artwork. For information, call 215-686-5322.
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U.S. Congressman Jim Gerlach Join over one-thousand of your neighbors and fellow
presented the awards during residents of historic homes for an exciting day featuring:
a reception at the Paoli-based • Two buildings with 70+ booths of historic preservation and
restaurant for the winners of restoration vendors, services and consultants
• Service and product workshops, demonstrations and
Trattoria San Nicola’s Fourth presentations.
Annual Student Art Contest. • FREE 15 minute consultations with old house specialists at
Dining guests were called the “Ask the Experts” table.
upon to vote for their favorite • FREE 15 minute exterior paint color consultations with
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Pictured are, from left – Agnes Irwin student Miji Ryu, a resident of St. Davids who won 1st place Philadelphia’s favorite “Popera” songstress, Tonia Tecce,
in the 11th & 12th grade category; U.S. Congressman Jim Gerlach; contest judge and local takes you on a musical trip to America’s all-time favorites.
artist Ardyth Sobyak; Notre Dame student Laura Haggerty, who won 1st place in the 9th & 10th
grade category; Great Valley student Audrey Estok, who took home Best in Show as well as Richard A. Raub, piano
The Byron Olson Chamber Ensemble, Byron Olson, conductor
2nd Place for People’s Choice Awards; and San Nicola co-owner Cristina Giannandrea. These
young artists were recognized for their winning entries in Trattoria San Nicola’s Fourth Annual Also Featured
Student Art Contest during an awards reception on Sunday, March 6 at the Paoli restaurant. All
of the winning artwork will be displayed at Trattoria San Nicola through the end of March. The Boyer College Jazz Trio with Special Guest
Visit for info. Metropolitan Opera Star Diana Soviero “A Spoken Tribute to Florence Berggren”

Friday, April 1, 2011, 8:00 p.m.
Camp Seneca Hunt Alumni Reunion Perelman Theater at the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts
Camp Seneca Hunt Alumni Reunion – Even though camp has been closed for over 40 years, join the gang at Kimmel Center Lobby Box Office Ticket Philadelphia (215) 893-1999
camp on May 14 to bring back the wonderful memories of Seneca Hunt. For information, online visit Benefitting the Florence Berggren Voice Scholarship, Boyer College of Music and Dance at Temple University
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The Pavilion
Community for Active Seniors 62 and Older
Senior Services

“Best in Apartment Living 2009”
New Horizons Singers Revisit the ‘Bandstand’ Era
interpretation of the McGuire Sisters’ mega-hit, Sincerely,
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performed by Ilene Beckman, Jammie Brown and Nina
• Entraguard Entry System Adjusted Monthly Income. Morgenstern. Frankie Avalon’s Venus never sounded better
• Gas Range/Disposal • Maximum Income with a new arrangement by Burton Young and his all female
• Pull Chain Emergency Alarm Restrictions. backup stars. With “Jersey Boys” making Broadway news,
in Bedroom and Bath. And More: perennial singing star Frankie Valli gets special treatment
• Laundry Facilities/Cable from the chorus in Oh, What A Night! followed by Sam Krain’s
• Convenient to Public classy rendition of Can’t Take My Eyes Off of You.
• Library/Chapel Transportation, Shopping All of the above and more will be celebrated in the award
• Senior Citizen Club on site: and Medical Facilities. winning Glee Club’s 21st season of concerts directed by
Enjoy Hobbies, Cards and Selma Savitz at the piano and her talented ensemble of 40
Activities, Lunches in Our singers and musicians.
Community Room. Other highlights spotlight a beautiful Richard Rodgers
waltz medley. The lilting melodies include: Falling in Love
With Love, Out of My Dreams, A Grand Night for Singing, and
more. The Program continues with some of the most endur-
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215-477-3555 song: Where or When, Almost Like Being in Love, and My
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3901 Conshohocken Ave., Phila. The curtain closes as the entire 40 member ensemble is
showcased in an exciting display of swaying singers, exot-
SAY YOU SAW IT IN CITY SUBURBAN NEWS New Horizons Senior Glee Club members Nina Morgenstern, ic dancers, and throbbing rhythms propelling through the
Ilene Beckman and Jammie Brown belt out “Sincerely.” great show-stopping number, Brazil!
The all-volunteer, ‘Good Will Ambassadors of Music’ from
Narberth will perform a total of 18 concerts throughout
S everal superstars from the Bandstand era will be mak-
ing a huge comeback with a special tribute in the New
Horizons Senior Glee Club’s spring concert series, Celebrity
the spring season. Upcoming appearances in April include
Granite Farms Estates, April 5 at 7:30 p.m.; Abramson House,
Showcase: Singers! Songwriters! Stages! April 12 at 2:30 p.m.; and the Hill at Whitemarsh, April 28
Bandstand Boogie, the theme song, launches the ‘Philadel- at 8:00 p.m. All concerts are free and open to the public.
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POSITIVE AGING IN LOWER MERION Thursdays, April 28 - June 2, 3:00 - 5:30 p.m. (light dinner)

2011 Annual Luncheon T he Center at Journey’s Way, 403 Rector Street, is offer-
ing two very important workshops based on the latest
information to help older adults stay healthy and active and
both at Journey’s Way. There is no charge. Help Yourself to
Health is administered by PCA through funds received from
enjoy life. The first, Help Yourself to Health is for people the Pennsylvania Department of Aging.
Join participants and friends of the PALM in who have any chronic condition such as diabetes, arthritis, Healthy Steps provides comprehensive information on
recognizing our honorees at our annual fundraiser high blood pressure, heart disease, or chronic pain, etc.— preventing falls and staying well. A fall can land you in the
from mild to severe. The second, Healthy Steps, is for any- hospital. Learn how to avoid becoming a statistic! This
Sat., April 16, 2011 one who wants to prevent falls. Older adults are more like-
ly to have a chronic condition and experience difficulty with
four hour workshop addresses safety at home and in every-
day activities; diet and medications; staying fit for life; and
11 a.m. - 3 p.m. balance. Intervention at any stage can have an impact on more. Participants will get a handbook. Healthy Steps is
at the Villanova University your health and well being! Tuesday, March 29, 9:30 - 1:30 with lunch included. There
Help Yourself to Health helps you take charge of your life! is no charge. Healthy Steps is supported by The Philadel-
Conference Center This six-session nationally recognized course offers support phia Corporation for Aging – PrimeTime Health Promotion
601 County Line Rd., Radnor PA and the latest information on the best ways to deal with Program.
pain, fatigue, and better ways to talk with your doctor and Transportation assistance is available. Reservations are
family about your health. Participants will get a handbook a must. For further information or to register for any of
HONOREES and a relaxation CD. There are two Help Yourself to Health these workshops, call 215-487-1750 or email rkochman@
Thomas Hayden Ruth Pillet Rodney Williams Workshop spring series to choose from: Wednesdays, March journeys-way. Hurry! Space is limited.
Merion Fire Chief Volunteer Advocate Community Volunteer 23 - April 27, from 3:00 - 5:30 p.m. (includes a light dinner) Journey’s Way, Resources & Programs for People 55+, is
at Pensdale Village, 4200 Mitchell St.; Tuesdays, April 26 - a program of Intercommunity Action, a not for profit orga-
Mistress of Ceremonies nization.
May 31, 9:30 a.m. - 12:00 noon (includes a light lunch); or
Diane “Lady Di” Brown, Radio Personality/TV Host
Special Entertainment
Mickey “J” – “Tribute to Michael Jackson” New Horizons Senior Center Presents Arthritis & Exercise Program
TICKETS: $40 happy to answer your questions. Come, listen and learn!
For tickets or to place ads in the program booklet
contact the PALM at 610-642-9370
C urrent research has shown that exercise is an essential
tool in managing arthritis. Attend this free seminar,
Arthritis & Exercise, on Thursday, March 24, 10:00 a.m. to
This important seminar is the second in the Ask the Doctor
series presented by New Horizons. Topics will be focused
All proceeds benefit the Center for Positive Aging in 11:00 a.m. at the New Horizons Senior Center, 206 Price in health areas that are important to baby boomers and
Lower Merion a 501 (c) (3) tax exempt organization. Avenue, Narberth, presented by Dr. Jay W. Siegfried, Physi- seniors.
cal Medicine & Rehabilitation, Lankenau Hospital. New Horizons, a non-profit organization established in
Advertise on our Senior Back Page every other week. Learn how regular, moderate exercise offers a whole host 1976, offers a wide array of recreational and educational
Call 610-667-6623. of benefits to people with arthritis. Dr. Siegfried will explain activities, including trips and hands-on computer classes.
how exercise reduces joint pain and stiffness, builds strong It is the place to come to join lively baby boomers and other
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Breast Cancer: The Untold Story Conference and Luncheon • Preventative care
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B reast Cancer: The Untold Story is the theme of a confer-
ence and luncheon to be held on Saturday, April 2 at
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veneers, tooth whitening
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Spring Fashions Arriving Daily! Ardyth Sobyak Art Exhibit
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Camp – March 30! V ision 2020, the national initiative developed by Drexel
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“We invite women to join with us on March 30 and renew
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Good Samaritan Honoree Juanita B. HarmonContinued from front page
tion or change to Wynnefield. Some examples are environmentally, educationally, civically,
through humanitarian efforts, politically, or through business and entrepreneurial efforts
Reach Your Clients
that strengthen the neighborhood.
What Juanita Harmon did during the winter of 2010 is a perfect example of an individual
action that improved the quality of life for all of Wynnefield. During that winter Philadel-
Every Week.
phia endured one of the most brutal cold spells and unprecedented series of heavy snow-
storms in the city’s history. In February, 2010, Mrs. Harmon offered one particular senior
citizen hot meals from her own kitchen. Mrs. Harmon was appalled by the deplorable liv-
ing situation in which she found this elderly woman. The unfortunate neighbor was living
in her basement with only her pre-paid cell phone and her dog for companionship. Her
gas service had been terminated in her home for years. In a confined area of her basement
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community.” Your Advertising Solution.
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community for this award, for we know that Mrs. Harmon is not alone in gong above and
beyond for community.

Overbrook Class of January 1956 Reunion
P H I L A D E L P H I A & T H E M A I N L I N E ’ S FAV O R I T E W E E K LY

Overbrook High School class of January 1956 is having a 55 year reunion on Sunday, May 22, 2011 at the
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Page 12 CITY SUBURBAN NEWS March 23 – March 29, 2011

By Rose Marie Riley

Attending an “ArtUnleashed” Committee Luncheon that was
held at “Hazy Hill,” the Bryn Mawr residence of co-chair Anne
F. Hamilton, and holding wine goblets that were made by Uni-
versity of the Arts students are, from left – committee member,
Christine Smith of Devon; co-chair Anne F. Hamilton of Bryn At the cocktail reception are, from left – chairman, Philadel-
Mawr; co-chair Pam Berkman of Haverford; Hollie Powers Holt phia Youth Orchestra Board of Trustees, Dr. Trude Haecker and
of Wayne. her husband Robert Day, of Bryn Mawr.
At the Union League of Philadelphia for the Philadelphia Youth
Orchestra’s Annual Gala are, from left – Maestro Louis Scaglione,
President and Music Director, Philadelphia Youth Orchestra, Philadelphia Youth Orchestra Gala
of Philadelphia; Leona Shanks, Founder and Vice President,
Studio Incamminati, of Andalusia. The Philadelphia Youth Orchestra’s 71st Gala and Concert
was held March 11, 2011, at the Union League of Philadel-
phia. The evening began with a cocktail reception that fea-
tured artwork for sale by artists from Studio Incamminati.
The paintings and drawings featured Philadelphia Youth
Orchestra students.
Studio Incamminati was founded in 2002 by Nelson and
Leona Shanks, and is an advanced art academy, known as
an atelier – distinguished by its rigorous curriculum and
teaching methods which fuse the classical traditions of the
Renaissance-era masters, the luminous color of the Impres-
sionists and a fresh contemporary sensibility. In Italian
“Incamminati” means “moving forward.”
The reception was followed by dinner and a concert from
more than 100 students in the Philadelphia Youth Orchestra,
conducted by Maestro Louis Scaglione, President and Music
There are more than 380 students in the program at Phila-
At the Art Exhibit by Studio Incamminati, and by a painting by delphia Youth Orchestra from nearly 20 counties through-
At the Committee Luncheon and holding invitations are, from artist Vanessa Fenton are, from left – Gala Chair Mary Teresa out the tri-state region. A program in which young musicians
left – Samantha Orleans, committee member, of Bryn Mawr; Solitis, Esq., of Philadelphia; Artist Vanessa Fenton, of Studio could develop their love for music performance while learn-
Michele Lockwood, committee member, of Gladwyne; Katharine Incamminati, of Glenside; Terry James of Cherry Hill (she has ing teamwork, leadership and discipline. Proceeds from the
Eyre, committee member, of Haverford. worked for Philadelphia Youth Orchestra for 12 years); Tom Gala will benefit Philadelphia Orchestra’s new Tune Up Philly
Snyder of Bangor, PA. after-school music program.
The Committee for the University of the Arts is presenting
“ArtUnleashed” an Art Exhibition and Sale, in Dorrance Hall,
320 South Broad Street, Philadelphia. A Preview Party will
be held April 13, 2011, from 5 to 9 p.m. There is an admis-
sion charge for this event. A Public Sale will be held April
14 - April 16, 2011, from 12 noon to 6 p.m. The Art Exhibi-
tion is work by students, faculty and recent alumni, featuring
jewelry, furniture, paintings, drawings and prints, ceramics
and sculpture, photography and more. The University of the
Arts is the Nation’s first and only university dedicated to the
visual performing and communication arts. Its 2,400 stu-
dents are enrolled in undergraduate and graduate programs
on its campus in the heart of Philadelphia’s Avenue of the Arts.
The Institution’s roots as a leader in educating creative
individuals date back to 1868. All proceeds from “ArtUnleashed”
will benefit the Sam S. McKeel Promising Young Artists Scholar-
ship Fund. For information call 215-717-6144. Attending the event are, from left – Marty Janowiecki, gala co-
Attending the Buenos ARIAS! tasting event are, from left – chair, AVA resident artist soprano Jan Cornelius, Gala pre-
David Benton, Jan Cornelius, Mike Paolone, and B.A. (Mackie) senting sponsor Mike Paolone of Merrill Lynch, gala co-chair
MacLean. Ann Stephenson, and AVA board chair B.A. (Mackie) MacLean.

Preparing for Buenos ARIAS!
David Benton, General Manager of the Rittenhouse Hotel
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Rosemont School’s Chorus Festival participants, from left – Karla Cortes, Christopher Abate,
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ive Rosemont School of the Holy Child students were among the 95 singers selected
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Dr. Christopher Kiver, professor of choral activities at Penn State University and a nation-
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Visit Following a full day of rehearsal and activities the ensemble presented a concert for
family and friends. Rosemont School hosted the event with Colonial Middle School.
Representing RSHC were Christopher Abate of Havertown, Colleen Boyle of Bryn Mawr,
Jacob Cicalese of Haverford, Karla Cortes of Wayne and Jane Gallagher of Wynnewood.

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