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Vare Washington is trying to bring musical theater back to their school! Performance will be this May, and open to the public. Please consider a donation to help purchase costumes, lighting, props, and the rights to the musical itself. Any amount will help achieve this goal!
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HOLIDAY COMMUNITY EVENT: Please join us for the 1st Annual Tree Lighting event in Marconi Plaza on Monday evening December 18, 2017 at 7:30 pm on the west side of Broad Street near the Columbus statue. Special Thanks to the Sports Complex Special Services District for planting the beautiful cedar tree that will be part of our holiday tradition now and for years to come. Feel free to bring an ornament to hang on the tree.
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This meeting is rescheduled from 12/7. Come meet your neighbors and learn more about our school. We'll have information on upcoming events and volunteer opportunities. Children welcome!
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Come play with blocks tomorrow at 3!
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“It kept the family out of trouble,” the native of the 400 block of Winton Street said. “It was something for us to do in the community.”
As a teen, he refereed hockey at EOM and umpired the summer baseball league at Burke Playground, Second and Jackson streets — in between playing his own hockey, baseball and football games. During the school year, he would try to squeeze in a snooze between school and practice.
With his day job as community relations officer at the 1st District, 2301 S. 24th St., Bryson, who resides on the 2600 block of South Front Street with wife Patty, has sacrificed his vacation time to ensure he rarely missed a game.This article has 3 other Philadelphia locations (Show)
Paul Bryson started playing ball at Edward O’Malley Athletic Association, 144 Moore St., at age 5 and coaching at 13. In fact, the whole Bryson clan spent most of its time at the athletic haven.
“Sometimes I didn’t have a cat nap,” the St. John Neumann High School, 2600 Moore St., and Lincoln Technical Institute grad said. “I’d go right down to football. … I was always on the run from the time I got up to the time I went to bed.”
With his day job as community relations officer at the 1st District, 2301 S. 24th St., Bryson, who resides on the 2600 block of South Front Street with wife Patty, has sacrificed his vacation time to ensure he rarely missed a game.
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LEAP - Free Library of Philadelphia plays #catan!
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Lawler’s twisted journey began in the 1980s when he was a young teenager on the 300-block of Gladstone Street in Whitman, popping Xanax and smoking marijuana. His early rebellion would morph into years of addiction, crime and incarceration.
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Please join us Thursday at 7! We are looking to fill committee chairpeople and brainstorm our 2018 event calendar!
The "Negotiating Salaries" workshop scheduled for Monday, 12/4 has been canceled. We apologize for any inconvenience. The same workshop will be offered today, Saturday December 2 at 11 am at Queen Memorial Library - Free Library of Philadelphia.
Stop in before the weekend to check out a book from our new winter display! #cozy #hygge #happyholidays
We are unexpectedly closed today, Thursday November 30, due to a building emergency. We apologize for this inconvenience.
Only a few more days to check out November's book display for National Novel Writing Month! #NaNoWriMo NaNoWriMo
Only a few more days left to check out November's book display for National Novel Writing Month! #NaNoWriMo NaNoWriMo
Did you know that you can donate directly to Vare Washington through the Fund for the School District of Philadelphia? This #givingtuesday, please visit our microsite and help with our Capital Campaign! #PhillyFUNDamentals #FundPHLschools https://fundamentals.thefundsdp.org/school/2720
Salary Negotiation workshop here, next Monday at 6 pm!