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STATE SEN. Christine “Tina” Tartaglione (DKensington) squeezes her mother, City Commission Chairwoman Margaret Tartaglione, who overwhelmed her daughter at surprise birthday party hosted by friends at Juniata Golf Course. Photo by Harry Leech


Campus Philly Boosts City Life For Students omorrow, Campus Philly, the City of Philadelphia and its cultural institutions will present “College Day on the Parkway”, a citywide event showcasing seven free museums. Local discounts at area retailers will also be available for students with a Cam-

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pus Philly discount card. Over 3,000 college students are expected throughout the day to explore the arts, culture, retail and dining opportunities in Philadelphia. Campus Philly hopes College Day will change the way students engage with local businesses.“Often in their first semester, students head to the national retail and restaurant chains they are familiar with,” says Campus Philly senior director Melanie Rago. “College Day is designed to change that behavior, by offering a broader connection between students and and the city’s unique local resources. The goal is that students will feel comfortable navigating the city, and will be more likely to return over the course of their college career.”

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cluding the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Free Library of Philadelphia, the Rodin Museum, Eastern State Penitentiary, the Academy of Natural Sciences, the Galleries at Moore College of Art & Design and the Franklin Institute. The Philadelphia Museum of Art has arranged a free shuttle loop to take students to all seven participating museums. College Day is the culmination of a month-long campaign by Campus Philly to welcome the region’s 360,000 college students to their home off-campus. In August, the Student Insiders Guide to Philadelphia was released as a handbook to community and cultural resources. The Campus Philly discount program connects students to over 100 retail discounts year-round. Campus Philly College Day is presented by the City of Philadelphia and its College Day Museums, and 27 partner colleges and universities. Participating students must have both college ID and their Campus Philly discount card to access discounts. Students are encouraged to stop by the Campus Philly Booth located at the bottom of the Art Museum steps between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. for special prizes and give-aways and to receive a free Campus Philly Discount Card. For more information about College Day, visit www.campusphilly.org. 24 SEPTEMBER, 2010


‘Stacking’ Up Backers By The Delaware DEMOCRAT Ward Leaders , from left, Shawn Dillon, Mike McAleer and Harry Enggasser turned out to show support for Northeast’s favorite son State Sen. Mike Stack at La Veranda fundraiser last night.

STATE SENATE colleagues Shirley Kitchen, LeAnna Washington and Larry Farnese discuss an interesting political season at sophisticated reception beside Delaware River.

ANOTHER of city’s Harrisburg leaders, State Sen. Anthony Williams, right, turned out to assure Stack they would be working together.

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Festival Brings Islam, Other Faiths Together

he Metropolitan Christian Council of Philadelphia, in partnership with the Philadelphia chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations Pennsylvania and other faith-based institutions, interfaith groups and community organizations, is sponsoring this year’s Interfaith Children’s Festival to be held tomorrow and Sunday.

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The PICF is a free outdoor festival for children and youth that celebrates diverse faith traditions and highlights community programs that enhance the spirits, minds and bodies of young people. The festival themes include faith-based youth activities; health and fitness; nutrition; and urban agriculture, cultural diversity and personal histories. “This is the perfect opportunity for outreach,” says CAIR-PA Outreach and Communications Director Rugiatu Conteh. “We will have a section where anyone can learn more about the Quran, Islam and Muslims, and will also be holding interactive workshops. Our goal is to create a space for learning and THE PHILADELPHIA DAILY RECORD

open dialogue.” The event runs from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday and 12 to 4 p.m. on Sunday. It will be held on New Covenant Campus, 7500 Germantown Avenue. Sponsors of this event are an honor roll of Philadelphia religious bodies and other leadership groups. They include Metropolitan Christian Council of Philadelphia in partnership with New Covenant Church of Philadelphia; Archdiocese of Philadelphia; Convoy of Hope/Hope4Philly; Neighborhood Interfaith Movement; Mayor's Office of Faith Based Initiatives; Philadelphia Sikh Society; CAIRPhiladelphia Chapter; Bawa Muhaiyaddean Fellowship; Church of Latter-Day Saints; Cookman United Methodist Church; Grace Baptist Church of Germantown; White Rock Baptist Church; Zion Baptist Church; Women in Partnership with God; Interfaith Walk for Peace and Reconciliation; Philadelphia Leadership Foundation; School District of Philadelphia; Greater Philadelphia Children's Sabbath Coalition; Body Challenge Fitness Center; Whole Health 4 You; Castle Tech Technologies; and Breaking Barriers, Inc. For information contact CAIR-PA Outreach and Communications Director Rugiatu Conteh, (215) 5920509, email rconteh@cair.com; PICF Event Coordinator Neomosha Nelson, (267) 973-0755, email nnelson@mccp.org. 24 SEPTEMBER, 2010


Johnson Warms Up Warmdaddy’s STRONG SUPPORTERS of State Rep. Kenyatta Johnson turned out for an intimate balcony soiree at Warmdaddy’s on Columbus Boulevard last evening. From left are Scott Freda, Leonard Bentley, David Krain, Johnson and Andy Toy.

Brownlee’s On ‘The Level’ WAYNE JOHNS has been an enthusiastic worker for Michelle Brownlee from beginning of her campaign. ROUNDING UP her Ward Leaders and other friends at Level Room on Market Street Thursday evening, Democrat nominee for 195th House Dist. Michelle Brownlee feels fit for Nov. 2. From left are 15th Ward’s Bill Greenlee, Brownlee, 32nd Ward’s Gary Williams and 24th Ward’s Bernadette Wyche. 24 SEPTEMBER, 2010

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2010 Sep. 23 Fundraiser for Michelle Brownlee at Level Rm., 2102 Market St., 5:307:30 p.m. Donation levels $25-$250. For info Wayne Johns (215) 9132429 or Clay Mason (215) 6841919. Sep. 23 Fundraiser for State Sen. Mike Stack at La Veranda, Pier 3, Penns Landing, 5:30-7:30 p.m. For info (717) 939-5976 or email Ksidella@thewsgrup.com. Sep. 23 Fundraiser for State Rep. Kenyatta Johnson at Warmdaddy’s, 1400 S. Columbus Blvd., 6-8 p.m. Donations $75-$250. Sep. 23-26 Epiphany of Our Lord Italian Festival on Jackson St. from 12th to Broad Sts. Events begin with pasta dinner at 6:15 p.m. on 9/23. For reservations Mina (267) 240-1992. Outdoor vendors selling food and games of chance. Live music features Adonis on Friday and Hegeman String Band and The Business on Saturday. For children, games and a magic show. Should it rain, events will be moved indoors. All proceeds benefit school. Sep. 24Reopening of Centro Claver, 3552 N. 6th St., 1 p.m. In attendance is Puerto Rican singer and activist Danny Rivera. For info Altagracia (215) 626-6502. Sep. 24Al Stewart hosts 11th Ward Fish Fry at Lou & Choo’s, 21st & Hunting Pk. Ave., 5-9 p.m. Donation $10. For info Tutie Edwards (215) 228-3134. 6|

Tacony Civic Association member will be running for the 6th Dist. City Council Seat now held by Joan Krajewski.

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Republican Sandra Stewart has been a lifelong resident of Northeast Philadelphia and is the Chairperson of the Quality of Life Committee of TCA. The Quality of Life Committee combats against absentee landlords that do not keep up with their properties, informs neighbors on how to properly combat drug trafficking in the neighborhood, educates citizens on how to use CLIP, and promotes and discusses positive ways for to better the community.

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he Frankford Special Services District has deployed a “Detail Team,” a new beautification program for the Frankford Avenue Business Corridor. The team will be responsible for a range of tasks, including graffiti removal, pressure washing the sidewalks, sweeping litter and planting flowers.

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The Detail Team has been trained to identify small details along the Corridor that most would overlook, for instance a 2-inch sticker on a stop sign, or a graffiti tag on a parking meter. Rather than reporting every small detail to various city agencies, the Detail Team will take action itself, providing quicker and more scrupulous service to the Business Corridor. The Detail Team was inspired by the “Broken Windows Theory”, which states maintaining urban environments may prevent further vandalism and more serious crime. The program has started on the 4600 block of Frankford Avenue and will expand outward one block at a time. Each block the program has ‘reclaimed’ will be given top priority and immediate cleaning. In doing so, the FSSD is sending a message: that these blocks are looked after and that vandalism and graffiti are not worth the time. Eventually, this message will encompass the entire Business Corridor. The program currently employs three Detail Team Members operating on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The team works in conjunction with Frankford’s Safety Ambassadors, a program started by the FSSD in June 2010. Businesses, shoppers and residents can report graffiti, trash, vandalism, and just about anything else on the Business Corridor to (267) 777-SAFE and the Detail Team will be dispatched.

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