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$5 Pancake Breakfast Helps Veterans

A $5 breakfast featuring hot, buttered pancakes covered with warm maple syrup, country breakfast sausage, fresh brewed coffee and orange juice will be held, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Sunday, Sept. 15 at American Legion Manoa Post 667,  1112, Steel Road, Havertown, 19083.

Proceeds benefit the Post's Women's Auxiliary and their mission to support our veterans and the community.

In other veteran-related news, Honor Flight Philadelphia is seeking those who served in World War II in their next  "Tour of Honor" to Washington , D.C. on Nov. 2. All costs are covered for the veteran.
 
For information call Cathy at 610-613-3865  or email her at cdomizio23@gmail.com

For information about Honor Flight Philadelphia visit www.honorflightphiladelphia.org




Post 667's $5 pancake breakfast is a great deal for a great cause.

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Tennis Lessons From James Blake At Swarthmore College

Tennis superstar James Blake will be giving lessons to members of the Chester Boys and Girls Club, 2-3 p.m.,  tomorrow, July 10 at a clinic at Swarthmore College.

Blake, a former number four tennis play in the world, is playing for the Philadelphia Freedom of the World Team Tennis League this season.

The clinic is sponsored by the Philadelphia Freedoms and Loomis Racquet Academy and is run by Swarthmore women's tennis coach Jeremy Loomis.

"Mr. Blake's inspiring story and accomplished tennis skills are tremendous attributes to share," said Loomis.

Kudos to Coach Loomis for grabbing a star for the kids.

A Welcome To The Web For A Havertown Native

Havertown native and Ardmore resident Patrick Shane has started the started the political website electedface.com. Patrick graduated from the Woodlynde School in Strafford, went to The Catholic University of America in DC. 

Welcome to the web, Patrick

Ss. Peter And Paul Has 5 p.m. Sat Summer Schedule

Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church, 100 S. Penn St., Clifton Heights is celebrating the Divine Liturgy at 5 p.m., Saturdays for the summer.  

All are welcome

Saints Peter & Paul is an Easter-rite Catholic Church in communion with the Church of Rome which means attendance will fulfill a Catholic’s Sunday worship obligations.  

The  11 a.m., Sunday service will resume after Labor Day. 

Art For The Cash Poor

Art For The Cash Poor in 2011

The 13th Annual InLiquid’s Art for the Cash Poor is June 9-10 at the Crane Arts Building, 1400 N. American St., Philadelphia. 

Hours are noon-6 p.m. Nothing for sale will be priced higher than $199 with most of the art -- which includes photographs, paintings, prints, jewelry, ceramics and clothing -- less than $100.

The event includes food and drink local Philadelphia establishments including: Spodee,  Philadelphia Brewing Company (Saturday & Sunday), Little Baby’s Ice Cream (Saturday & Sunday), Sweetbox (Sunday) and Nomad Pizza (Sunday)

Live music will be provided by Mike ‘Slo-Mo’ Brenner, The Exchange, North Lawrence Midnight Singers, Clarksville and Wali Lundi. The band lineup for Sunday is: The Really Cooks, Twisted Baby, Gringo Motel, 56 Men and The Downtown Club.  

There will be a preview party on Friday, June 8 . This evening will preview the entire art weekend and feature 50 artists, beverages sponsored by Triumph Brewery and food provided by a collection of food trucks curated by The Food Trust, foundations of the popular Night Market Philadelphia. Tickets can be purchased on the InLiquid website and proceeds will benefit The Food Trust and InLiquid, which is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing opportunities and exposure for visual artists and designers, serving as a free public hub for arts information and resources, and making the visual arts more accessible to a broader audience.

  

 

The entire weekend of June 9th and 10th will feature an eclectic mix of works by individual artists being offered for sale will run the gamut from photographers, paintings, and prints to jewelry, ceramics, and clothing. Patrons will also be able to enjoy a wide selection of food from local Philadelphia establishments including: Spodee, Barefoot Wines, Philadelphia Brewing Company (Saturday & Sunday), Little Baby’s Ice Cream (Saturday & Sunday), Sweetbox (Sunday) Nomad Pizza (Sunday) and more! Along with art and food, Art for the Cash Poor also includes local Philadelphia bands playing live through out the day. On Saturday, the live music lineup is: Mike ‘Slo-Mo’ Brenner, The Exchange, North Lawrence Midnight Singers, Clarksville and Wali Lundi. The band lineup for Sunday is: The Really Cooks, Twisted Baby, Gringo Motel, 56 Men and The Downtown Club.  

 

HCI Resource Fair Is April 12

Healthy Community Initiatives (HCI), a Media-area based organization, is holding a community resource fair, 8:30 p.m., April 12 at the Media Theater, 104 E. State St., Media, Pa. 19063.

The event features a talk on "making good decisions" by Saint Joseph University basketball coach Phil Martelli. 

There is no admissions fee, although donations to Coaches vs. Cancer will be appreciated.

For information call 484-442-8532 or 610-566-0669

Ardmore Woman Named Creative Producer



Melissa Ardis of Ardmore, Pa., has been named a Creative Producer with the Internet Marketing Division of American Advertising Services, one of the Philadelphia areas longest-established full-service advertising, and public relations companies.
 
She joins the firm's Internet Marketing Division.
 
She formerly was associated with Schedapple.com, an on-line appointment scheduling firm that services businesses and professional offices nationally.
               
At American Advertising Services she also will create websites, including website coding.
 
A graduate of Haverford High School, she is continuing studies at Delaware County Community College.
 
For a free consultation or additional information, contact her at AdComTimes@aol.com, or call 484-562-0060.

Honor Flight Philly Needs Help

The newly established Honor Flight Philadelphia hub will have its first trip for World War II veterans on April 14. The group needs guardians for the veterans and funding.

Honor Flight provides an all-expense-paid trip to veterans to visit their monuments in Washington D.C. Priority is given to World War II veterans and veterans who are terminally ill.

It costs $1,400 to rent a bus for the trip from Philadelphia to D.C. and with 150 veterans and their guardians already signed up, three buses will be required. Money is also needed for the veterans' lodging, meals and momentoes.

As Will Rodgers said, "We can't all be heroes. Some of us have to stand on the curb and clap as they go by."

The fledgling hub needs help.

To be a guardian call 610-662-1812.

For donations, make checks payable to  Honor Flight Philadelphia, 7 Windsor Circle, Springfield, Pa. 19064

Applications and further information about Honor Flight Philadelphia can be found at http://www.honorflightphiladelphia.org/

Information about the parent organization can be found at http://www.honorflight.org/

Honor Flight Philadelphia and History Channel co-sponsored a trip to the Capital on Veterans Day for Vietnam veterans.

Church To Hold Kielbasa, Pierogie Sale For Easter

Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church in Clifton Heights, Pa. is again  offering two traditional Easter-time favorite foods – kielbasa and pierogies.  The mouth-watering, high quality kielbasa is being sold for $11 per ring --each ring is approximately 2 pounds -- or three rings for $30.

The church is  also offering it's very own  homemade,  mouth-watering, flavorful, potato-cheese pierogies for the unbelievably low price of only $7 per dozen or 3 dozen for $20!  Stock up now! 

Orders can be emailed to SSPeterandPaul@verizon.net or by phoning Kathy at 610-328-4731 before Monday March 25.  Pickup will be  noon  Sunday, April 1, at the Church, 100 S. Penn St..  The church asks that orders be placed early since demand is high.

Philly Ad Show Is March 7

Some direct sales exhibit areas are still available at the Philadelphia Advertising & Business Show, March 7.

The event is approaching its 46th consecutive year. It has a following of two generations of buyers.
 
This year's new location inside the Villanova Conference Center, 601 County Line Rd., Radnor.
 
For space reservation, or information, E-Mail: adcomtimes@aol.com; Fax to 484-562-0068, or Tel.: 484-562-0063. (www.PhillyBizMedia.com)

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  4. Ss. Peter And Paul Has 5 p.m. Sat Summer Schedule
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