Sunday ‘Open House’ Civil War History presentation
Sunday, February 2, 2020 at 1:30pm
Dr. Cheryl Renée Gooch on
“Hinsonville’s Heroes: Black Civil War Soldiers
of Chester County, Pennsylvania”
Cheryl Renee Gooch( Ph.D ) Dean of Arts, Humanities & Developmental Studies
Cumberland County College
Dr. Cheryl Renée Gooch is the author of the newly published book
Hinsonville’s Heroes: Black Civil War Soldiers of Chester County,
Pennsylvania (The History Press, February 2018). Dr. Gooch will discuss
her book, which traces the stories of residents of Hinsonville, a free
black community, who fought for the Union. Named for Emory Hinson, a
black man who purchased acres straddling Lower and Upper Oxford
townships in Chester County, PA, the former 19th century village of
Hinsonville attracted both free and determined to be free people who
championed religious freedom, higher education, land ownership and equal
FREE & Open to the public!
GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC MUSEUM & LIBRARY
Historic Ruan House • 4278 Griscom Street• Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19124 •(215) 289-6484
January 24th, at the Frankford Boys and Girls Club, from 6 to 7 PM. See details below.
The Frankford NAC zoning meeting was held on January 9th, the following cases were heard:
5343 Horrocks Street – legalization of a duplex. Non-opposition
5343 Horrocks Street
4260 Tackawanna Street – car repair shop- highly opposed. Operating without a business license, illegal spray painting and cars dumped onto Cloud Street.
4260 Tackawanna Street
The next Frankford NAC zoning meeting will be held on February 13th at 7 PM at Second Baptist Church, 1801 Meadow Street.
Teen Third Thursdays
Come have fun doing various activities and games. Teens Only
Every 3rd Thursday of the month at 4:30pm.
Jan 16, Feb 20, Mar 19
Get fit and have fun with Frankford Staff. Adults and teens welcome.
Every 2nd Monday at 5:30pm.
Jan 13, Feb 10, Mar 9
Tuesday morning Storytime, 11 – 11:30 am (ages 0-5 instead of 2-5);
Zombie Preparedness Program, 2nd Thursday of the month, Jan – May, 4 – 5:30 pm, ages 8-15, must signup, 20 participants max;
PAWS for People, 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month, 4 – 5 pm, ages 6-12, sign up encouraged.
You are invited to come out and show your concern.
St. Mark’s Church will be hosting a community engagement event on Martin Luther King day from 1-3 pm on the 4700 block of Griscom at Arrott Street.
There will be a separate prayer service to follow on Hawthorne Street (where the recent fatal barricade situation transpired) at 4 pm led by Pastor Richard Smith from Faith Assembly of God.
Many community groups have confirmed their attendance. The aim is to bring the community together and have the various organization engage with the community and share a little bit about what each of us does with a goal of fostering a sense of community, discussing available resources, and addressing violence, especially gun violence, in the community. The 15th District PDAC and another group will be providing refreshments.