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October 2 – October 8, 2013

Tenor Saxophonist Joshua Redman Local Artist Sami Hope Brings Her Progressive World Folk to Performs with His Quartet the Ardmore Music Hall

One-Night-Only Show November 9 he inimitable and charismatic saxman, Joshua Redman, returns to Phila delphia as part of the Annenberg Center’s 13/14 Jazz Series. This Grammy®-nominated artist is one of the most acclaimed and captivating jazz artists today. Redman will be joined by his quartet which includes pianist Aaron Goldberg, bassist Rueben Rogers

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Joshua Redman and his quartet return to Philadelphia as part of the Annenberg Center’s 13/14 Jazz Series on November 9. Photo/Jay Blakesberg

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and percussionist Gregory Hutchinson. This performance will take place on Saturday, November 9 at 8 p.m. Tickets are $20-$55 (prices are subject to change). For tickets or for info, visit www.AnnenbergCenter.org or call 215-898-3900. Tickets can also be purchased in person at the Annenberg Center Box Office. Redman has been in the international spotlight since his self-titled debut album was released in 1993. Since then, he has collaborated with a plethora of celebrated artists such as Pat Metheny, Chick Corea, The Dave Matthews Band, Quincy Jones, B.B. King, The Roots, Yo Yo Ma, Dianne Reeves and Stevie Wonder. Joshua Redman released his newest album Walking Shadows with the Joshua Redman Quartet in May 2013. Since its release, Walking Shadows has received rave reviews from critics around the world.

Sami Hope and her band will perform at Ardmore Music Hall on Friday, October 18 at 8 p.m. ami Hope and her band, including Anthony DiCarlo on guitar, Alfred Goodrich on cello, Chico Huff on bass, Chuck Treece on drums, and Valerie Vuolo on violin, will perform at Ardmore Music Hall on Friday, October 18 at 8 p.m. The concert will also feature the Alfred James Band and Jenn Bostic. For info and tickets, go to www.ardmoremusichall.com. In third grade, Sami Hope instinctively chose to play the clarinet, and she’s been playing it ever since—in school and college orchestras and jazz ensembles and in summer jazz performance programs at Berklee College of Music.

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Sue Schick Receives Prestigious Helena Devereux Women in Leadership Award n September 24, the Main Line Chamber of Commerce and Devereux, a leading nonprofit behavioral health organization, honored Sue Schick, CEO of UnitedHealthcare of PA, as this year’s recipient of the 2013 Helena Devereux Women in Leadership Award. Business leaders such as Susan Manbeck Corbett, the First Lady of Pennsylvania, attended the event. Ms. Schick received the award at the 5th Annual Gold Leaf Celebration and Luncheon at the Philadelphia Country Club in Gladwyne, PA. Named after Devereux’s founder, Helena T. Devereux, the award recognizes outstanding female professionals whose work has impacted the Greater Main Line region in the areas of business excellence, community service, exceptional women’s leadership and the advancement of all employees. “Sue Schick has been an outstanding, positive influence on the region both in her professional role and personal life,” said Leah S. Yaw, Senior Vice President for External Affairs for

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Devereux. “We’re proud to honor Sue’s accomplishments in helping her employees improve the areas where they live and work, creating partnerships with local organizations to address unmet health needs and Enjoying the 5th Annual Gold Leaf Celebration and Luncheon at the Philadelphia Country Club are, from left – Robert Kreider, President of Devereux; Leah Yaw, Exec. Vice President of External Affairs at Devereux; Sue Schick, CEO of UnitedHealthcare of PA & DE (Award Winner); Eileen ConnollyRobbins, Exec. Vice President & COO of The Main Line Chamber of Commerce; Bernard Dagenais, President & CEO of The Main Line Chamber of Commerce. volunteering her own time to empower young women. She’s an inspiration in every aspect.” Ms. Schick has been CEO of UnitedHealthcare of PA since 2009. By See 2013 Helena Devereux Women in Leadership Awardee on page 12


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LIVING WATER COMMUNITY CENTER FREE Programs & Events at Living Water Community Center • All Welcome!

• Sat., Oct. 12 & Oct. 26 – A FREE Bag of Food and Free Clothes from “The Clothes Closet,” 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. • Wed. Oct. 16 – Breast Cancer Support Group, 6:30 p.m. • Sat., Oct. 26 & Mon., Oct. 28 – Free Flu Shots, 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. Extra School Supplies available. Please call if you want your child to receive any. For info, contact Community Center Social Worker

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First Friday Flick The Haverford Township Free Library will host the First Friday Flick on Friday, October 4, 2013 at 7 p.m. in the Community Room. The film is part of the library’s monthly First Friday Flick program and is free and open to the public. The library is located at 1601 Darby Road, Havertown, PA. For info on what movie will be shown that evening, call 610-446-3082 ext. 213 or ext. 201, or visit www.haverfordlibrary.org.

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Crossroads Music Concert On Sunday, October 6, Malian guitarist Sidi Touré and Louisiana Creole multi-instrumentalist Cedric Watson return to Philadelphia’s Crosssroads Music as part of their International Blues Express tour. The concert will take place at 801 South 48th Street at 7:30 p.m. Tickets ($10-30) are available online at www.crossroadsconcerts.org and at at the door.

Sewing Class: Make Your Own Tote Bag

If you love music, murder and mayhem, then Footlighters Theater’s production of “Jekyll & Hyde, The Musical,” is just the thing for you this Halloween season. The production with book and lyrics by Leslie Bricusse and music by Frank Wildhorn performs at 58 Main Avenue, Berwyn, 19312 on October 18, 19, 25, 26, 31, November 1, 2, 7, 8, 9 at 8 p.m.; tickets $16/$8 under 18 yrs. and October 20, 27, November 3 at 2 p.m.; tickets $13/$6 under 18 yrs. Ticket prices the same online or at the door. For info or reservations: www.FootlightersTheater.com. Shown, from left – Kellianne Quirk (Morton), as Emma Carew; Allen Puy (Exton) as Jekyll/Hyde; Jennifer Roman (Upper Chichester) as Lucy Harris.

New Horizons invites adults 55 and over to partake in a Sewing Class taking place at Coth & Bobbin in Narberth on October 9, at 10 a.m. The class will focus on making a Tote Bag to take home, and participants can buy all the needed materials right in the store. Class is $2 for Members, $4 for Non-Members, plus the Materials Fee. Spaces are limited, so stop by 100 Conway Avenue, 2nd Floor, Narberth, to sign-up, or call 610-6642366.

“Hamlet” and “She Stoops to Conquer”

Michael Tubridy and James Keane in Concert The Philadelphia Ceili Group will host Chieftains founding member Micheal Tubridy and All Ireland button accordionist James Keane in concert at the Commodore Barry/ Irish Center, Carpenter Lane and Emlen Street, Philadelphia on Saturday, October 12, at 8 p.m. Michael Tubridy, a native of Kilrush, County Clare, is known for his talents on flute, tin whistle, and concertina, an instrument common to his native County Clare. While studying at UDC in the 50s, Michael began attending the Thomas Street Piper’s Club, where he met Paddy Moloney and Sean Potts, establishing a strong musical connection, performing together in concerts, sessions, and making a number of radio programs together. Along with Paddy, Sean Potts, and Martin Fay, he was one of the founding members of The Chieftains in 1962. PCG Members $13, General public $15. Find info at www.philadelphiaceiligroup.org.

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Cathedral Hall, Cathedral Village Retirement Community, 600 E. Cathedral Road Philadelphia, PA 191281933; Judged Show/Plant Sale, Saturday, October 12, 2013, Noon - 6 p.m., Theme: Once Upon a Time, Admission Free. Plant sale will feature Violets and gesneriads from Fancy Bloomers and other commercial growers plus growing supplies and materials. Info: www.phillyviolets.org.

Celebrate Local Authors

The Haverford Township Free Library will host the program Celebrate Quintessence Theatre Group launches its fourth season of progressive Local Authors on Sunday, October 13 at 2 p.m. Did you know we have classic theatre with Shakespeare’s “Hamlet” presented in rotating reper- many published authors right here in Haverford and surrounding towntory with Goldmsmith’s “She Stoops To Conquer,” directed by Alexander ships? Meet some of these writers at at The Haverford Township Free Burns. Quintessence’s celebrated full throttle actor and text driven ap- Library’s Celebrate Local Authors event. Come hear authors J.N. Sadler, proach to the classics will be further enhanced by an Elizabethan Fereshteh Sholevar, Jim Waltzer and Ray Greenblatt talk about their Courtyard style staging, complete with groundlings, and a fast and furi- books. Their books will also be available for sale. Come support our local ous two hour abridgement of “Hamlet.” “Hamlet” will begin previews on authors! The program is free and open to the public. No registration Wednesday, October 9 at 7 p.m. and open on Saturday, October 12 at required. The library is located at 1601 Darby Road, Havertown, PA. For 8 p.m. “She Stoops To Conquer” will begin previews on Thursday, Octo- information, call Mary Bear Shannon at 610-446-3082 ext. 216, email ber 17 at 7 p.m. and open on Saturday, October 26 at 8 p.m. All per- shannon@haverfordlibrary.org, or visit www.haverfordlibrary.org. formances are at the Sedgwick Theater, 7137 Germantown Avenue in Mt. Jazz Vespers Airy, Philadelphia, 19119. To purchase tickets visit www.QuintessenceTheatre.org or call 215-987-4450. Jazz Vespers featuring the Bob Fanelli Trio will be presented on October 13, at 7 p.m. at the Union United Methodist Church, 200 Brookline Inis Nua Presents “Blink” by Phil Porter Blvd., Havertown, PA 19083. A reception and an opportunity to meet the Philadelphia’s Inis Nua Theatre Company will present the U.S. premiere artists will follow the service. A freewill offering will be accepted. For of Phil Porter’s “Blink,” running October 9-27 at the Off-Broad Street information, visit www.Unionhavertown.org or call 610-789-1700. Theater in the First Baptist Church (1636 Sansom Street). “Blink” preOctober Cookbook Club miered at the Traverse Theatre as part of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2012. Opening night is Friday, October 10 at 8 p.m., with previews on The Haverford Township Free Library will host their Cookbook Club Wednesday, October 8 and Thursday, October 9 at 7 p.m. “Blink” runs meeting on Monday, October 14 at 6:30 p.m. The Cookbook Club meets for a total of 16 performances, through October 27. Tickets are $25 and on the 2nd Monday of each month. The Library is giving “book club” a $30. To purchase tickets and information, phone 215-454-9776 or visit new meaning! Join The Cookbook Club and sample recipes from a selecthttp://inisnuatheatre.org. ed cookbook. Each participant should prepare a recipe of your choice from August’s selection, “The Dead Celebrity Cookbook,” and bring it to Special Spay/Neuter Offer for Owners with Cats the club to share. Stop by the Reference Desk at the Library to browse, in Upper Darby, 19082 “The Dead Celebrity Cookbook,” select a recipe, and sign up for the club. The Spayed Club Spay/Neuter Clinic located at 800 Chester Pike is offer- Make a free copy of your recipe and get ready to cook! The Library is ing 30 cat sterilizations for any owned cat living in the 19082 zip code located at 1601 Darby Road, Havertown, PA. For information, contact Mary area for just $20 during its special promotion, “Spoil your Cat Day” on Bear Shannon at 610-446-3082 ext. 216 or email shannon@haverfordliThursday, October 10, 2013. Residents living in 19082 can call 484- brary.org, or visit www.haverfordlibrary.org. 540-8436 for an appointment. For info, visit www.thespayedclubclinic.org. Say You Saw It in CITY SUBURBAN NEWS! Advertise Your Fall Specials, Services, and Programs in City Suburban News! Call 610-667-6623 for great rates.

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ARTS, CULTURE & SOCIETY EVENTS world and has been performed at Carnegie Hall, The Met, and La Scala. The soundtrack is available at www.ladivatenors.com. Tickets are $75 On Sunday, October 6, Chestnut Hill will host its 29th Annual Fall for the and may be purchased by calling 610-647-2160, ext. 1923 or 1926 or online Arts Festival along historic Germantown Ave. The free festival will offer at www.ihmimmaculata.org (click link for Camilla Hall Expansion Project). more than 150 artists and craftsmen specializing in oils and watercolors, sculpture, photography, drawings and fine crafts, plus live musical enterSingles Elegant Social and tainment on two stages and food from local restaurants and bakeries. Experimential Discussion Germantown Avenue will be closed for the festival, which offers familyfriendly fun in one of Philadelphia’s most beloved neighborhoods. For Professional and Business Singles Network sponsors a mixer Tuesday, the kids, there will be lots of entertainment including amusement rides, October 15, at Margaret Kuo’s Akari Lounge, 75 East Lancaster Avenue, arts & craft activities, hula hoops, a rock climbing wall, face painting, demos Wayne, PA 19087, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. with the discussion beginning on personalizing rainbow loom bracelets, and even a free kids train ride! 7:45 p.m. “The Art of Internet Dating” Have you tried the internet dating Plus costumed characters, fun and games. $5 parking is available in services? Which are the best? Worst? What has been your experience? select Chestnut Hill parking lots located along Germantown Avenue. The What are your expectations? What strategies might lead to a positive rain date for the festival is Sunday, October 13. Visit www.chestnuthill- experience? Do you have any advice for those new to the singles scene? Are you considering trying an internet dating service? Come share your pa.com for info. thoughts. Admission is $18. Sharp casual to Business attire. Membership is not required. Just drop in. The group will gather in the lounge PCCSAR Chapter Meeting The Philadelphia Continental Chapter of the Sons of the American Revo- reserved for PBSN tonight. Cash bar, Happy Hour pricing extended until lution will be meeting at the Doubletree Valley Forge Hotel, 301 W. Dekalb 9 p.m. with 30% off ALL sushi, sashimi & Chinese appetizers. For info Pike (Rt. 202), King of Prussia, on October 7, 2013 at 1 p.m. There will call 610-353-5544 or visit www.PBSNinfo.com. be a lunch at the hotel restaurant beginning at Noon. The National Society Tri-State Jazz Society Concert of the Sons of the American Revolution is comprised of descendants of patriots who “supported the cause of American Independence during the Martin Spitznagel will play for Tri-State Jazz Society on Sunday, Octo years 1774-1783.” The Philadelphia Continental Chapter is largest ber 20, 2013 from 2:00 to 4:30 p.m. This concert will be at Haddonfield in Pennsylvania and is primarily composed of members from Chester, Dela- United Methodist Church, 29 Warwick Road, Haddonfield, NJ 08033. ware, Montgomery and Philadelphia Counties. For information, contact Spitznagel will present a program of ragtime and stride piano that promises to display the virtuosic technique, sophisticated touch, and James F. Hall at 610-696-7788. sparkling repertoire which earned him the title of “World Champion of Old-Time Piano Playing.” Half-price admission is $10, available for firstCamilla Hall Benefit Concert at Immaculata On Sunday, October 13, the Immaculate Heart of Mary (IHM) Sisters time attendees and members; general admission is $20. High school and will present a concert by the La Diva Tenors in Alumnae Hall Theater on college students with IDs and children accompanied by a paying adult the campus of Immaculata University. The concert, benefitting the are free. Pay at the door; there are no advance sales or reservations. The Campaign for Camilla Hall, will be held from 2 - 4 p.m. Featuring selec- church is about 15 minutes from central Philadelphia via the Ben tions from Broadway’s Phantom of the Opera, Les Miserables, and great Franklin Bridge. There’s free parking. For information call 856-720-0232 songs from Pavarotti, Andrea Bocelli, Celine Dion, and many more, this or visit: www.tristatejazz.org. concert has brought standing ovations across every continent of the THANKS FOR READING CITY SUBURBAN NEWS EVERY WEEK!

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Halloween Happenings PHS Meadowbrook Farm Fall Open House Embrace autumn on Saturday, October 5 at the PHS Meadowbrook Farm Fall Open House. From 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., guests will celebrate the sights, scents, and tastes of the season, while shopping the great fall sale and touring the Meadowbrook Farm grounds and estate home. The Fall Open House will be a perfect place for kids. They can enjoy a hayride, pose with a 300-pound pumpkin, go sky high in bucket trucks with Bartlett Tree Experts, paint pumpkins or get their faces painted. And everyone can participate in the excitement and competitive spirit of pumpkin launching! Meadowbrook Farm is the former estate of renowned florist J. Liddon Pennock. The 1930s stone house, grounds and garden center became an affiliate of PHS in 2004 and provides the finest examples of plants, trees, gifts and horticultural products. Meadowbrook Farm is located at 1633 Washington Lane, Meadowbrook, PA 19046. For information about Meadowbrook Farm and the Fall Open House, call 215-8875900, or visit www.meadowbrookfarm.org.

The Zombie Mud Run “Haunts” Morey’s Piers This October a zombie apocalypse is taking over the boardwalk of Wildwoods, NJ. On October 12, 2013, Morey’s Piers, along with co-sponsors the Greater Wildwoods Tourism Improvement & Development Authority and the City of Wildwood, is hosting The Zombie Mud Run for the first time ever. Taking place along the beach and piers, the thrilling 5K obstacle race challenges runners to eat or be eaten as they hurdle obstacles including huge sand mounds, the ocean, slides and “quicksand.” Participants are invited to register as either a “Human,” with the mission to save the human race by escaping the living dead, or as a “Zombie,” who will “hunt” the “Human” runners adding an extra degree of challenge to the race. The gates open at 7 a.m. with race times starting every 30 minutes from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. To participate as a “Human” or “Zombie,” runners must be at least 14 years of age or older and pre-register at www.thezombiemudrun.com. The price of registration ranges from $35 to $105 depending on the running category and date of registry. Special student and military pricing is available for $55. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, the ALS Greater Philadelphia Association and the Lunch With Lynch Program. For information, visit www.moreyspiers.com.

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historic site over 235 years ago? Join Morgan Log House on Saturday, October 19 and Friday, October 25 from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. for Mayhem at Morgan Log House. Lantern tours of the site will open up a world of ghosts and happenings from the past. Reservations are HIGHLY encouraged, program sells out quickly. Proper walking shoes recommended. Admission for the program is $7 for Adults; $5 for Students and Seniors. Program not (610) 584-4410 2222 S. Valley Forge Rd., recommended for children younger www.merrymead.com Lansdale, PA 19446 than 8 yrs of age. For information or to reserve your tour time contact Sarah DiSantis at 215-368-2480 or at Director@morganloghouse.org. Program proceeds benefit the Morgan Every Saturday & Sunday in October Log House. Located at 850 Weikel Saturday, 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. • Sunday, Noon - 5 p.m. Road, Lansdale, the Morgan Log House dates to the 1700’s and is FALL-TASTIC FEATURES & FUN EVERY WEEKEND listed on the National Register of • Cider Donuts • Caramel Apple Delights • Scenic Hayrides around the Farm • Face Painting • Pies & Baked Goods Historic Places. Guided tours, spe• Corn Stalk Tunnel • Games & Inflatables • Pumpkins, Gourds, • Wagon Train Ride for Kids cial programs and classes are offer• Harvest Slinger Indian Corn & Straw • 5 Acre Cornfield Maze ed throughout the year. The site is • Lunch Available All Your Fall Decorating Needs! • Sat., Oct. 12 Worcester Fire Dept. open for tours Saturdays and SunWeekday Hayrides (Tues. thru Fri.) 12 noon, 1 & 4 p.m. days, April - December. For inforEvening Hayrides around the Farm. Fri. 6-8 p.m., Sat. til 8 p.m., Sun. til 6 p.m. in October. mation, call 215-368-2480 or visit www.MorganLogHouse.org Advertise Your Halloween Specials Here Every Week in October!

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Civil War Historian Visits Library on October 13

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cclaimed Civil War historian and prolific author and speaker, Allen C. Guelzo, will bring the epic three-day battle of Gettysburg vividly to life at Tredyffrin Public Library, 582 Upper Gulph Road in Strafford, on Sunday, October 13 at 2 p.m. In his new book Gettysburg: The Last Invasion, one hundred and fifty years later, Guelzo shares a brilliant untold history of the battle with his impeccable knowledge and proficiency for detail. Guelzo, the Henry R. Luce Professor of the Civil War Era and Director of Civil War Era Studies at Gettysburg College, will speak about his latest work, providing the many faces, sights, and sounds of nineteen-century combat as well as the ravages of wartime civilian life. Guelzo is not only a prolific author, but an outstanding orator who bring scholarly storytelling to the library. Jay Winik, author of April 1865, says of Guelzo’s new book, published in May by Alfred A. Knopf, “Gettysburg: The Last Invasion is fresh, fascinating, and compellingly provocative. It is a marvelous book that deserves to be read and savored. And it deserves to be on the bookshelf of all Civil War buffs.” Guelzo is the second speaker in Tredyffrin Public Library’s fifth annual Conversations series. Acclaimed Civil War historian and prolific Dave Goldberg, Drexel University Professor of Physics and Author of The Universe in the Rearview Mirror: How Hidden Symmetries Shape Reality author and speaker, Allen C. Guelzo, will bring (Dutton Books, July 2013), the first speaker in the Conversations lineup, the epic three-day battle of Gettysburg vividly to life at Tredyffrin Public Library, on Sunday, spoke to a large dynamic crowd on September 24. October 13 at 2 p.m. William Woys Weaver, renowned food historian and author of As American as Shoofly Pie: The Foodlore and Fakelore of Pennsylvania Dutch Cuisine (University of Pennsylvania Press, April 2013) will talk about the regional cuisine of the Pennsylvania Dutch on October 29, 7:30 p.m. Weaver also directs the Keystone Center for the Study of Regional Foods and Food Tourism, and as an expert on heirloom seeds, maintains the Roughwood Seed Collection for heirloom food plants in Devon. Judy Wicks, founder of the White Dog Café and author of Good Morning, Beautiful Business: The Unexpected Journey of an Activist Entrepreneur and Local Economy Pioneer (Chelsea Green Publishing, March 2013) will share her experience and knowledge as an iconic restauranteur and community advocate on November 14, 7:30 p.m. For information or to register for the Guelzo lecture and book signing, as well as subsequent events in the Conversations series, go to tredyffrinlibraries.org or call 610-688-7092.

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The Cat’s Pajamas Comeback Concert to Benefit MusicWorks The Cat’s Pajamas brings its high-octane kid-rock to Rosemont College McShain Performing Arts Center, Sunday, October 20, 2013. Doors open at 2 p.m. Tickets $10 for all ages. The Cats will be pulling out all the stops for this comeback concert, with a 7-piece band, in support of MusicWorks, a Havertown based nonprofit music therapy service provider working with children and young adults with autism, Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, developmental delays, intellectual disabilities and genetic abnormalities. Purchase tickets to support MusicWorks at http://musicworkswonders.org/calendar. For info call 610-449-9669. Reach Your Community! Advertise Your Business or Organization in CITY SUBURBAN NEWS! Call 610-667-6623.

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By Jerry H. Bloom, Staff Writer Onstage • Act II Playhouse, 56 East Butler Avenue in Ambler, PA, presents Didn’t Your Father Have This Talk With You?, written by and starring Tony Braithwaite, through October 11, featuring hilarious and heartfelt stories from Tony’s 12 years teaching Theology and Sex Ed to high school freshmen. The presentation will include storytelling, stand-up comedy, personal testimonies, one-liners, improvisation, audience interaction, and even rap music! For tickets ($23 - $39) or info, call 215-654-0200 or visit www.act2.org. • Trump Taj Mahal Arena in Atlantic City, NJ, presents Engelbert Humperdinck, Saturday, October 12, at 8 p.m. Romance serves as the core of his music and lasting success, singing songs with eternal themes of love and longing. For tickets ($49, $39 & $29) or info, call Ticketmaster at 1800-736-1420 or visit www.ticketmaster.com. • The Colonial Theatre, 227 Bridge Street in Phoenixville, PA, presents The Hooters’ drummer David Uosikkinen’s In The Pocket, bringing together all-star Philly musicians, Saturday, October 19, 8 p.m., celebrating the release of their new single and video short, I Saw The Light, originally recorded by Todd Rundgren in 1972. For tickets ($19.50 - $34.50) or info, call 610-917-1228 or online visit http://thecolonialtheatre.com/ 2013/events/in-the-pocket-oct-2013. Dining Around • Pepperoncini, 72 Poplar Street in Conshohocken, PA, offers their annual Columbus Day Celebration, Sunday, October 13, beginning at 3 p.m. Feast on Chef Paul DiBona’s Italian buffet that includes a Pig Roast, Rigatoni and Crab Marinara, Pumpkin Ravioli, and Homemade Meatballs at a cost of $20 per person, plus tax and gratuity. Select wines $6 a glass, along with the classic Italian Wine with Peaches ($6). In addition, $3 Peroni on tap. Live music by Dave Duong starts at 4 p.m. For reservations or info, call 610-941-7783 or visit http://pepperoncinirestaurant.com/site. • World Cafe Live Wilmington, 500 North Market Street in Wilmington, DE, offers Grilled Cheese and Craft Beer Monthly Tastings, Saturday October 19 at 3 p.m., and Wednesday November 6 at 6 p.m., Upstairs. Quality locally sourced ingredients as well as hard to find imports from around the world. Vegetarians accommodated on all pairings. Vegetarian tickets for Grilled Cheese & Craft Beer tastings now available online, over the phone or in person. For tickets ($38 + fees) or info, call 302-994-1400 or online visit www.queen.worldcafelive.com. 21+. • World Cafe Live Philadelphia, 3025 Walnut Street in Philadelphia and Peanut Butter and Jams welcomes Dan Zanes & Elizabeth Mitchell, who are at the forefront of independent children’s music. Zanes has toured around the world sharing his handmade 21st century social music with enthusiastic crowds of kids and kid sympathizers. Elizabeth Mitchell’s voice brings a fresh sound to cherished American folk songs and other melodies. Saturday, October 12, Doors: 10:30 a.m./ Show: 11 a.m. For tickets ($18) or info, call 215-222-1400 or visit www.phily.worldcafelive.com.

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irect from Buenos Aires, Tango Fire returns to Philadelphia to perform a newly choreographed program, Flames of Desire, on Sunday, October 20, at 4 p.m. in the Merriam Theater. The genesis of young choreographer German Cornejo, Flames of Desire incorporates new acrobatic and ballet elements into traditional tango, and weaves audiences through the history of tango from the barrios of Buenos Aires into cabaret through decades to its rising popularity as the contemporary dance form. Tango Fire’s program showcases ten dancers – five recent world tango champions – accompanied onstage by four Argentine musicians, Quarteto

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Direct from Buenos Aires, Tango Fire returns to Philadelphia to perform a newly choreographed program, “Flames of Desire,” on Sunday, October 20, at 4 p.m. in the Merriam Theater.

Fuego, and led by the sultry violin virtuosa, Estefani Corsini. Set against the musical backdrop of Astor Piazzolla, Mores, Gardel, Rodriguez and other tango masters, Tango Fire introduces five couples on stage performing their own individual solos as they unfold a sizzling and unique interpretation of tango. Tickets are available for $35 to $65 and can be purchased by calling 215-893-1999, online See Tango Fire Performs October 20 on page 7

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Concerts Series in Media Presents Chuck Anderson he Jazz Bridge third Wednesdays, Neighborhood Concerts Series in Media at the Unitarian Universalist Church, 145 West Rose Tree Road in Media, presents guitarist Chuck Anderson on Wednesday, October 16. Showtime is 7:30 p.m., tickets are $10/$5 for students, and are only available at the door. For info: 215-517-8337 or visit www.jazzbridge.org/ events/neighborhood-concerts. Anderson, who will be accompanied by bassist Eric Schreiber and drummer Ed Rick, has been innovating and breaking new ground – as a player, composer and educator – since he first started in the business as house guitarist for the legendary Latin Casino nightclub, playing for everyone from Sammy Davis and Peggy Lee to Billy Eckstine and Bobby Darin. After spending years as a composer, educator and author of 16 instructional books, Anderson has returned to the live jazz arena, as well as reThe Jazz Bridge third Wednesdays, Neighborhood Concerts Series in cording, via his Freefall CD for Dreambox Media. Media presents guitarist Chuck Anderson on Wednesday, October 16, The Jazz Bridge Neighborhood Concerts Series is at the Unitarian Universalist Church. partially funded by the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, Philadelphia Jazz Project, Philadelphia Fund for Jazz Legacy and Innovation of the Philadelphia Foundation, and Painted Bride Arts Center. Jazz Bridge, a 501C public charity that assists area jazz and blues musicians in crisis, is sponsoring this performance in Media, as well as 40 other events this season on five area stages in the Greater Delaware Valley.

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Russian Vocal Ensemble LYRA to Perform he Russian vocal ensemble LYRA, from St. Petersburg Russia, will perform at Church of the Redeemer, Bryn Mawr on Thursday, October 17 at 7 p.m. Through its performances, the group introduces the enormous musical heritage of the Russian Orthodox Church, as well as traditions of Russian folk music especially to those who are interested in Russian history and culture. The repertoire is quite diverse ranging from ancient songs of the Orthodox Church to works of little-known, but remarkable composers of the 18th through 20th centuries, as well as famous masters: Bortniansky, Tchaikovsky, Tchesnokov, Gretchaninov, Rachmaninov, Stravinsky and others. The group performs different folk songs of lyric, dancing and ritual nature in the arrangements of great choral music masters. LYRA performs its own arrangements of folk songs and secular songs of Russian classics, such as Taneev, Tchaikovsky and Rachmaninov. LYRA is an ensemble of professional musicians, most of whom are students or postgraduates of the St. Petersburg Conservatory, who work in different choirs throughout St. Petersburg. In 2001, it was awarded the Montreux (Switzerland) international choral festival diploma and in 2005 it was a winner at the Coleraine International Choral Festival (Northern Ireland). Tickets are available at the door: $10/adults, youth and students, free. Sunday services at The Redeemer are at 7:45, 9, and 11:15 a.m. The church is located at Pennswood and New Gulph Roads in Bryn Mawr. Parking is available. Please call 610-525-2486 or visit the church’s website at www.TheRedeemer.org for directions to the church and more details on this and other programs.

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at kimmelcenter.org, at the Kimmel Center box office located at Broad & Spruce streets (open daily 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.). The Tango Fire Company of Buenos Aires was formed in 2005 and premiered in Singapore in April of that year. In August 2005 the show was presented at the Edinburgh Festival where it was highly successful, resulting in engagements in the most prestigious venues around the world. The company has toured extensively over the last eight year within the United States, Canada, the U.K., Europe, Asia and South Africa to the highest acclaim. Tango Fire is choreographed by critically acclaimed Argentine choreographer & dancer German Cornejo. The dance troupe’s dancers are given the artistic freedom to choreograph their own solo work with German Cornejo refining the step, traditional in the world of Argentine tango.

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Writer Robert Stone to Offer Preview Reading from Forthcoming Novel obert Stone, whose novel “Dog Soldiers,” a powerful 1974 postscript to the 1960s counter-culture, was named by Time magazine as one of the 100 best English-language novels, will present the first Philadelphia-area reading from his forthcoming novel “Death of the BlackHaired Girl” at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, October 3 in Thomas Great Hall on the Bryn Mawr College campus. “Death of the Black-Haired Girl” is Stone’s first novel in ten years, and will be published in November. The reading is part of the Bryn Mawr College Creative Writing Pro-

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Author Robert Stone will present the first Philadelphia-area reading from his forthcoming novel “Death of the BlackHaired Girl” October 3, at 7:30 p.m. at Bryn Mawr College. Photo/Phyllis Rose gram Reading Series. All readings are free and open to the public. Readings are followed by book signings and copies of each author’s books are available for purchase through the College book store. Stone is the author of two collections of stories and six novels. In 2006 he published a memoir of his time with Ken Kesey and the Merry Pranksters, “Prime Green.” A two-time finalist for the Pulitzer Prize, he is the recipient of Guggenheim and NEA grants.

Chinese Music Festival in Malvern The Main Line Chinese Culture Center is hosting its annual Mid-Autumn Chinese Music Festival on Saturday, October 5, 2013, 6 p.m. - 9 p.m., at the Great Valley High School in Malvern. From 6 p.m. - 7 p.m. will be preconcert activities with instrument displays, moon cakes and merchandise for sale. From 7 p.m. - 9 p.m. is the concert with a cultural slide show. Some of the most popular and oldest (3,000+ years of history) Chinese musical instruments will be featured. Tickets are $10/person with FREE admissions for Seniors 65+ and Children younger than 16. For info, visit www.mlccc.org/concert (click on poster to purchase tickets) or call 215490-6074.


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EDUCATION NEWS Episcopal Academy Inducts New Honor Society Members hirteen EA seniors were inducted into Episcopal Academy’s CumLaude Chapter during the September 17 Honors Chapel. The newest CumLaude inductees are: Shuyi Chen (Wayne), Julianne Dones (Thornton), John Flynn (Rose Valley), Tim Freese (Newtown Square), Jeffrey Hu (Phoenixville), Chloe Kinzig (Newtown Square), Caroline O’Rourke (Wynnewood), Rohan Rajagopalan (Newtown Square), Roshan Ravishankar (Broomall), Matt Robinson (West Chester), Michael Smerconish (Villanova), Chester Thai (Broomall), and Hewan Tilahun (Philadelphia). The CumLaude Honor Society, founded in 1906, is an organization devoted to the recognition of superior scholarFront, from left – Julianne Dones, Shuyi Chen, Caroline O’Rourke, Chloe Kinzig, and Hewan ship while simultaneously Tilahun; back row – Roshan Ravishankar, Rohan Rajagopalan, Jeffrey Hu, Matt Robinson, striving to encourage qualiChester Thai, Tim Freese, Michael Smerconish, and John Flynn. ties of justice and honor. Chapters are located in the United States, Canada, England, France, Spain, Puerto Rico, and the Philippines. Episcopal’s chapter was founded in 1952. Twenty percent of a chapter’s senior class may be elected to membership. No more than 10 percent may be elected to membership at the conclusion of junior year. Election is based on the student’s cumulative standing commencing with the sophomore year at Episcopal. Induction takes place during the Fall Honors Chapel Service. Additional students may be elected after spring semester examinations in the senior year. Election is based on the student’s cumulative standing commencing with the junior year at Episcopal.

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PCS Children’s Theater Kicks Off Season with Fall Classic: “It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown”

he Children’s Theater opens with the seasonally appropriate classic “It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown.” This adaptation of the classic television program is brought to life on stage this fall and features the recognizable cast of Peanuts characters: Sally, Snoopy, Lucy, Schroeder, Pig Pen and of course, Charlie Brown! Recommended for children and adults of all ages, the gang has a slew of the usual conflicts just in time for Halloween: Charlie Brown gets rocks in his trick-or-treat bag, Linus awaits a visitation from the Great Pumpkin in his terribly sincere pumpkin patch (while the adoring little Sally sits tight with him), Snoopy falls asleep, Lucy harasses Schroeder, and PigPen kicks up a dust storm even beneath his costume. In this fun adaptation – with a grown up cast – there’s laughter, suspense and resolution – the classic story line we all get lost in! Written by Charles M. Schulz and directed by Jim Carroll, a talented, local cast from Drexel Hill, Media, West Chester, Ridley Park, Linwood, Devon and Philadelphia bring this story to life: Meghan Deaver, Edward Donlevie, Mary Leigh Filippone, Ryan Goulden, Melissa Kearney, Jessica Nichter, Matthew Prince, and Rachel Tisera. And be sure to wear your Halloween [or everyday favorite!] costume to the show. There will be a costume contest following each performance! “It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown” runs Friday, October 11 at 7 p.m.; Saturday, October 12 at 4:30 p.m.; Sunday, October 13 at 11 a.m.; Friday, October 18 at 7 p.m.; Saturday, October 19 at 4:30 p.m.; Sunday, October 20 at 10 a.m. All of the Children’s Series productions will be performed on The Players Club of Swarthmore’s Raymond W. Smith stage on the second floor. Adult tickets are $10 each and Children under 12 are $8, cash or check only. All children two years of age and under are free. All tickets are sold at the door on the day of the performance. The Players Club of Swarthmore, an all-volunteer organiOverbrook High School Reunion zation now in its 103rd season, is located at 614 Fairview Road— Overbrook High School (Philadelphia) class of 1968 is holding their 45th reunion on November 30, 2013 at Drexelbrook Catering. Join your just off of Route 320. Visit www.pcstheater.org for informaclassmates for dinner, dancing and a night of celebration and memories. Info available at www.overbrookhighreunion.com or call Denise at 215- tion on upcoming events, directions, etc. 532-1982.

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Side Effects, By Jon Barr of Episcopal Academy, 11th Grade; Directed by Jan Silverman. Star Dance, By Bysheera Moore-Williams of Science Leadership Academy, 10th Grade; Directed by Shavon Norris. My New Boyfriend (monologue), By Nkechi Sprowal of Murrell Dobbins High School, 10th Grade; Directed by Jan Silverman. Depilatory, By Sara Prendergast of Philadelphia Creative and Performing Arts High School, 10th Grade; Directed by Suzana Berger. Bill Two: Performance Dates and Times: Friday, October 11 at 8 p.m.; Saturday, October 12 at 2 p.m.; Wednesday, October 16 at 7 p.m.; Friday, October 18 at 8 p.m.; Saturday, October 19 at 2 p.m. Featuring: Autism Speaks (monologue), By Lisa Gardner of Lower Merion High School, 10th Grade; Directed by Lee Richardson. The Perfect Friend, By Egypt Staley of Meade School, 8th Grade; Directed by Zak Berkman and Teri Lamm. Basic Cable, By Emily Zauzmer of Upper Dublin High School, 11th Grade; Directed by Lee Etzold. Nothing I Do is Good Enough (monologue), By James Rodgers of West Philadelphia High School, 12th Grade; Directed by Lee Richardson. Jack in the Box, By Naihema Powell od Science Leadership Academy, 10th Grade; Directed by David Stradley. There will be two special student matinees on Thursday, October 17 and Friday, October 18 at 10 a.m. Those matinees will feature Africa – Not the Country, the Continent, Star Dance, Depilatory, and My New Boyfriend. For information on the matinees, call the Philadelphia Young Playwrights Offices at 215-665-9226. Founded in 1987 by Adele Magner, and led today by Executive Producing Director Glen Knapp, Philadelphia Young Playwrights is an award-winning program that taps the potential of youth and inspires learning through playwriting in more than 50 public and private K-12 schools each year. A leader in the region’s educational programs for youth and built upon its primary belief that all students have something important and valuable to say, Young Playwrights has enriched the Greater Philadelphia community, touching the lives of thousands of students, teachers and parents for the past twenty years. Since 1987, approximately 60 professional playwrights have led workshops, and nearly all of Philadelphia’s professional theater companies have participated by performing, producing, or directing student works. Nearly 60,000 students have seen peers’ work produced in class or by professionals. Young Playwrights’ Literary Committee includes more than 60 educators, writers, parents, and former Young Playwrights students who read and critique each student script. SAY YOU SAW IT IN CITY SUBURBAN NEWS

Winterthur Invites Guests Young and Old to Truck and Tractor Day interthur invites wheel lovers of all ages to Truck and Tractor Day, Saturday, October 5, 2013, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. This popular family event celebrates autumn and the history of farming at Winterthur, and promises plenty of hands-on fun and discovery for everyone. Families will have the opportunity to investigate more than 30 vehicles that help keep Winterthur’s 1,000 acres looking so glorious year-round. Junior firefighters are invited to climb on and explore Winterthur Fire Department vehicles, play “dress up” with firefighter gear, put out a “fire” with the pumper truck, and take home helmets and badges. Children ages 4 to 12 can safely climb a tree just like a professional arborist. Jim Savage, Instructor of Arboriculture at Penn State University, will share his knowledge of trees and oversee the climbing. All climbers will wear safety harnesses and will be supervised for their ascent. The beautiful autumn weather and changing leaves will be showcased on special hayrides. Guests of all ages can milk Winterthur’s mechanical cow, then get creative with farm- and tractor-related crafts in the bright and spacious Brown Horticulture Learning Center. Barbecue and ice cream are available for purchase, and visitors can pick up a unique Winterthur item at the Museum Store’s outpost at Truck and Tractor Day. Guests are also invited to bring their cameras to capture submissions for the Truck and Tractor Day photo contest. The winner will receive a family membership (or renewal) to Winterthur. All submissions will also be considered for use in future Winterthur marketing and advertisements. Visit www.winterthur.org/contest for rules and regulations. Truck and Tractor day is a reminder of Winterthur’s rich agricultural history. Henry Francis du Pont began taking courses at the Bussey Institution, Harvard’s college of practical agriculture and horticulture in 1901, and assumed responsibility for managing his father’s estate in 1914. He was responsible for developing Winterthur’s farmland and raising a prizewinning herd of Holstein-Friesian cows. By 1925 Winterthur had its own turkey, chicken, sheep, pig, and dairy farms as well as vegetable and flower gardens, and greenhouses. The Brown Horticulture Learning Center opened in 2012 and is an important facet in the future of agriculture and horticulture at Winterthur. Truck and Tractor Day is free to Winterthur Members and included with admission. Proceeds from Truck and Tractor Day support the Winterthur Fire Department. For info about Truck and Tractor Day, call 800-448-3883 or visit www.winterthur.org.

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“When I sang my first scat solo in my college jazz band, it was apparent that my years as a clarinet player had shaped my singing. A bandmate noted that my voice and note choices sounded like my jazz clarinet solos,” she says. In her third year at Goucher College, she picked up a banjo that she found in a friend’s dormitory closet. “I’d been wanting to learn to play a chordal instrument to facilitate my songwriting,” says the Merion Station native. Selftaught and using only bar chords, she created quirky chord progressions and ever-changing meters as she found harmonies to match her vocal melodies. In August at a concert packed to capacity at the Painted Bride Art Center, Sami Hope released Untangle the Threads, her debut album of original songs. On the album, Sami Hope’s soulful, sultry voice navigates an organic, eclectic mix of light, airy textures in “Why We’re Here,” the funky beats of “Buzzin’,” and the gritty rock elements of “Facing West.” In “So Easy to Give In” and “Walls” she shares her search for love and self-fulfillment, while the haunting “Tidal Wave” illuminates her nightmares. Her voice is pure and clear in “Colliding Like Galaxies,” a paean to the mysteries of the universe. Sami Hope’s diverse taste in music and her

background as a jazz clarinetist shapes the sounds she uses in her songwriting—pushing the boundaries of what you might expect from a banjo-playing musician. The result? What could best be described as a new genre fusing jazz, rock and folk; she calls it Progressive World Folk. The album is a collaboration with Alfred Goodrich of Silvertone Studios in Ardmore, PA. They drew upon Sami Hope’s vocal and banjo blueprints to create full-band versions of her songs. Among the dozen studio musicians who lent their talents to the project are Chuck Treece, frontman for the 1980s skate punk band McRad, on drums; Kevin Hanson, guitarist in the ‘90s alternative rock band Huffamoose and with The Roots, on electric and baritone guitar; and jazz musician Chuck Gottesman on trumpet, flugelhorn and trombone. Along with banjo and vocals, Sami Hope played clarinet, steel drum, and glockenspiel. The chaturangui and Indian slide guitar are courtesy of Mike “Slo-Mo” Brenner, formerly the leader of the indie folk band the Low Road. Goodrich shows his skills not only on cello and bass guitar but also on bouzouki, mandolin, melodica, erhu and guiro. Find additional info at www.samihope.com. Thanks for reading City Suburban News every week!

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The Gerald and Janet Carrus Foundation Hosts Screening of “Musical Chairs” he Gerald and Janet Carrus Foundation hosted an exclusive movie screening of the inspiring dance film, “Musical Chairs,” on September 21, 2013. Over 100 of the city’s top VIPS and movers and shakers attended the screening and after party at The Kimmel Center

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P H I L LY T A P T E A S E R – A N E V E N I N G he tenth installment of Philly Tap Teaser, an evening of tap dance and jazz music, will be presented on November 2, 2013, 8 p.m., at LaRose Jazz Club, 5531 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia, PA. Produced by Take It Away Dance Productions, and directed by professional tap dancer and choreographer Pamela Hetherington, the concert will feature a dynamic line-up of Philadelphia tap dancers, along with live jazz accompaniment by drummer, Robert H. Henderson, pianist, Paul Pelusi and bassist, Nimrod Speaks. General admission tickets are $20, and students, senior citizens and children under age 10 can purchase discounted tickets for $10. Founded in 2008, Philly Tap Teaser is a bi-yearly performance series for tap dancers and jazz musicians. “I founded the Tap Teaser series in 2008 to give tap dancers and jazz musicians a consistent performance opportunity and to provide a way to rebuild audiences for tap and jazz music,” says Hetherington. “Tap dance and jazz music are both

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F. Burden, Jr., Darrell Williams, and Nicole Kostura Hockenberry. Hetherington’s pick-up company, Take It Away, will also perform a tap suite to Thelonious Monk tunes. Appealing to jazz music lovers across the Delaware Valley, the rhythm section of Henderson, Pelusi and Speaks will also perform beloved jazz standards throughout the evening. Hetherington, a Northeast Philadelphia native, joined Philadelphia tap company, Tap Team Two & Company, in 1996, at the age of sixteen, and was a principle dancer with the company for fifteen years. Since 2004, Pam has directed, performed in and choreographed for a number of tap dance and jazz music projects in Philadelphia and Charlottesville, VA, including Philly Tap Teaser, a tap and jazz music performance series, a bi-yearly community master class series, and her own project-based, pick-up dance company called Take It Away. SAY YOU SAW IT IN CITY SUBURBAN NEWS

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facilitating volunteer opportunities for her employees with local organizations, her team logged hundreds of volunteer hours last year and contributed $300,000 to charitable organizations. Outside the office, Ms. Schick is active in several organizations that focus on the advancement and empowerment of young women, and the operation and support of small businesses owned and operated by women. She serves as a member of the board of several non-profit organizations, most notably the Pennsylvania Commission for Women, Susan G. Komen for the Cure, and the Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce. “This is a fantastic honor and I can only hope to live up to the strong, community-focused role model of Helena Devereux, who was such a pioneer in her time,” said Sue Schick, CEO of UnitedHealthcare of PA. “All of the work we do at UnitedHealthcare focuses on the betterment of people in our region and our employees. This honor is a symbol of the lasting impact Helena has left on our community and a reminder that women should continue to rise above challenges and seek opportunities to achieve career growth and be empowered to make a difference in the world.” The Main Line Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with Devereux, established the award to recognize women who are innovative leaders and have overcome barriers to make the community where we live, work and play a better place. Past award winners include Donna Allie, President of Team Clean, Inc; Linda Galante, Partner at Stradley Ronon Stevens & Young LLP; Irene Horstmann Hannan, Senior Vice President in Commercial Banking; and Andrea Gilbert, President of Bryn Mawr Hospital. “The Main Line Chamber of Commerce and Devereux created the Helena Devereux Women in Leadership Award to draw attention to outstanding women business leaders,” said Main Line Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Bernard Dagenais. “Sue Schick embodies the idea of service, both to the community and to those who look to her for leadership. She cares. She makes a difference. And she provides a great example to us all.”

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