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Frankford Business Mixing It Up

The Frankford Business and Professional Association (FNPA) helds its annual Spring mixer and networking gathering on May 19th at the Historical Society of Frankford (HSF).

Over 50 of the community’s movers and shakers attended the event to socialize and talk about their various ventures.

Short clip below from the event which also showcases the HSF freshly painted and spruced up meeting hall.

A good time was had by all.

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Frankford Business and Professional Association Meeting

Tuesday, April 14, 2015, 12 PM to 2 PM, Aria Hospital, 4900 Griscom Street, 2nd Floor, Philadelphia, PA 19124
Featured Speakers 
Michelle Feldman, Keep Philadelphia Beautiful
Matt Miller,  Office of State Representative Jason Dawkins

Kyle Santoferraro, FINANTA
Brandon Smith, InVision Security & Safe Cam Program
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Week in Review April 26, 2014

Saturday was the grand opening of the Destination Frankford art gallery.  There was a great crowd, music and food at the block party.

Tuesday we stopped by the Frankford Business and Professional Association meeting.  Sorry to have missed most of the meeting but did get a pictures of these folks about to go back to work.

Thursday there were three important meetings.  The EPIC stakeholders gathering was focussed on fitness and got a lot of interest from those attending.  The PSA1 meeting was saved by Lt. Burton who arrived late due to official duties getting in the way.  He remained until 8:30 PM answering questions.  The Northeast Frankford Boys and Girls club met again to discuss the state of the club and continue plans for fundraising.

Friday we distributed the Gazette in print.  We have one new spot at Simpson Playground for those in Northwood.  You can find it on the table in the lobby.

Some pictures below of the events of the week.

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FBPA Membership Recognition Night

The Frankford Business and Professional Association’s annual membership appreciation gathering at the Historical Society of Frankford on December  20th was a big success marking a year of growth for the association.  Recognition goes to Philip Balderston for his generous donation, making possible a thanksgiving meal for many in Frankford.

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