It seems like Phillyblog is the only place to get an idea of what is going on at the Northwood Civic Association. Might be worthwhile attending the meeting on June 19th to see what is going to happen. http://www.phillyblog.com/philly/showthread.php?t=38630
The Daily News today published a great piece on Frankford Avenue today with some very nice compliments to Frankford (the Next Great Neighborhood). Read it here while it is still available. Links are in Phillyblog http://www.phillyblog.com/philly/showthread.php?t=38566
Community Engagement Schedule for the 15th police district
Saturday, June 23, 2007 at 8:00 AM
Community Meeting in 15th Police District
Wissinoming United Methodist, 4419 Comly St.
This notice is from:
Ed Schwartz, Institute for the Study of Civic Values,
1218 Chestnut St.,Rm. 702, Philadelphia, Pa. 19107 215-238-1434 edcivic@libertynet. orgISCV
Citizenship is the American ideal. There may be an army of actualities opposed to that ideal, but there is no ideal opposed to that ideal.” –G.K. Chesterton
More interesting activity at the Northwood Civic Association seems to be afoot. Looks like a power struggle but I have no direct knowledge so I probably should just shut up. Read about it in the Phillyblog.
From the Northeast Times:
“No pictures, just voices tell the story of the Holocaust — voices of Warren G. Harding Middle School students entwined with the haunting, heart-wrenching voices of the survivors themselves in an award-winning podcast. Eighth-graders Adriel Carrasco, Edward Foley, Lee Martin, Sarina McDuffy and Bria Waters volunteered to work on the podcast (a digital audio broadcast file played back on a computer or MP3 player) when reading teacher Victoria Monacelli told them about the Mordechai Anielewicz Creative Arts Competition.”
Read the entire story at: http://www.northeasttimes.com/2007/0607/harding.html