Vol. II No. 191. (351)
Keeping You Posted With The Politics Of Philadelphia
November 30, 2011
Philadelphia Daily Record
Isn’t It Grand?
PHILA. HOUSING AUTHORITY Executive Director Michael Kelly couldn’t hide his enthusiasm this morning at grand opening of PHA’s newest and most-advanced development, Paschall Village. New 100-home development replaces Paschall Apartments, which was built in mid-1960s. Site features central geothermal heating and cooling, solar domestic hot water, solar panels, and a rainwater harvesting/irrigation system.
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Dec. 1Reception honoring US Sen. Bob Casey with Special Guest James Carville, at Racquet Club of Phila., 215 S. 16th St. 6 p.m. Friend $250/person. Committee Person, Young Professional $100/person. RSVP (267) 601-4450 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 2Local 98’s Turkeys and Toys Party, Finnigan’s Wake, 7 p.m. Dec. 310th Ward’s Christmas Holiday Gospel Breakfast hosted by Edgar Howard at Imhotep Charter HS, 6201 N. 21st St., 10 a.m. (Welcome home from hospital, Edgar!) Dec. 4Fundraiser for Tracey Gordon at 1033 Christian St., 5-5:30 p.m. For info (215) 501-2197. Dec.4Ward Leader Bob DellaValla, Esq, hosts 55th Democrat Executive Committee Chistmas Party from 2 to 6 p.m. at Knights of Columbus, 3300 Knorr Street( at Rowland). For info call (215) 335-4004. Dec. 7United Republican Club celebrates 131st birthday at Sheraton Society Hill, 1 Dock St., 5:30 to 7 p.m. For info (215) 545-2244. Dec. 8State Rep. W. Curtis Thomas hosts Weatherization and Energy Forum at Temple’s Dentistry Student Faculty Ctr., 3340 N. Broad St. (Broad & Ontario), 6-8 p.m. For info Natalie Davis (215) 560-3261. Dec. 15Christmas Celebration in 6300 block Germantown Avenue, 6-7 p.m. Corporate and community donations are welcome! For more info to make a donation A. Neal (215) 438-1768 or A. Alexander (215) 844-9345. Dec. 17Black Professionals Christmas Party at African American Museum, 7th & Arch Sts., 8 p.m.-1 a.m. $50 includes live music, entertainment. For info Earl Harvey (267) 2443860. Dec. 29Friends of Council-elect majority leader Curtis Jones host “Black Out Party” at 4130 Main Street, next to Manayunk Brewery. Dress in black. VIP Coctail 6 to 8 pm $1,000 host; $500 sponsor, $250 VIP. General admission, 8 p.m. to 1 p.m. $50 guest. Fort info call Dorian Stanley at 732-642-2163.
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Paul Levy Honored At Wanamaker’s 100th
PAUL LEVY, president of Center City District, received Wanamaker Building Award for Civic Leadership at its 100th Anniversary Reception. Congratulating Levy are, from left, Carl Cherkin, VP of Philadelphia Union (soccer); Levy; Charlie Pizzi, former CEO of Tastykake; and Bill Whitmore, CEO of Allied Barton Security. Photos by Bonnie Squires HONORING Paul Levy at 100th anniversary of Wanamaker Building in Center City were David Lane, of LevLane Advertising, one of tenants in Wanamaker Building, and David G. Marshall, CEO of Amerimar Enterprises, owners of building. Some 5,000 people now work in the building, which also houses the retailer Macy’s. In honor of Levy, partners donated $5,000 toward major renovation of Dilworth Plaza. • PHILADELPHIADAILYRECORD.COM