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PowerCorpsPHL accepting applications through August 1 Office of Workforce Development PowerCorpsPHL is now accepting applications from young adults, ages 18 to 26, for their fall 2018 cohort. As AmeriCorps members, PowerCorpsPHL participants complete crew-based environmental service while learning the skills required to pursue a career of their choosing. Graduates receive one-on-one support to pursue post-secondary education and employment. Questions? Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, 215-206-3406 APPLY BY AUGUST 1!
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Libraries "shape the community and the communities shape the library"
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Keva planks and cantilevers at West Oak Lane Library!
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Learn more about Philadelphia's Read by 4th Grade initiative. There is a role for everyone, not just parents of small children. We are families, educators, literacy specialists, youth program providers, neighborhood merchants, faith leaders, block captains, and much more.
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Only three spaces left for Camp Play & Learn for children entering 1st, 2nd, or 3rd grade. Complete the application form at West Oak Lane Library.
Block Party Friday at West Oak Lane Library!
Looking for good books to read with your children?
West Oak Lane Library is on the REBUILD list!
There's a man walking down 7500 block of Limekiln Pike and he's checking all doors to your automobiles to see if they were left unlocked. 2 people have had things taken from their automobiles due to their own negligence. He's a petty thief who takes cartons of water and paper towels toilet paper and any change you may have in your car. He even took handicapped placards left in the glove compartment.Please take a moment and lock your doors.He goes from car to car. I witnessed him doing this but he moves quickly.
I was unable to attending Thursdays meeting regarding the relocation of Ad Prima Charter to Mt. Airy. I was hoping that someone would be able to provide some information on the meeting.
Free Library of Pride For the second year, the Free Library of Philadelphia is going all out for Pride, with neary 50 LGBTQ-related events at its more than 20 branches. “The Free Library of Pride program is really driven by librarians, and the the librarians are really responding to the needs that they see from their patrons,” says Andrew Nurkin, head of the Free Library’s Center for Public Life. That means events for all ages, ranging from the scholarly to the silly. Here are a few highlights and the entire lineup of events: https://libwww.freelibrary.org/calendar/main/home/page/1/terms/free-library-of-pride