THIS YEAR’S Golf Classic event EVENT ORGANIZERS Dana was dedicated to long-time labor Brady and Jody Blackman were leader James Harper, Sr., who pleased hot weather did not deter passed away on Dec. 22, 2011. golfers.
LEADING SCOREBOARD as this picture was taken are Marcus Hall, Roc Irey, Sam Staten, Sr. and Daniel Woodall.
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GOLFER Joey Hass III and Jessica Kelly greet charity golfers at Hole in One Challenges golfers during 13th annual charity golf classic in memory of James Harper which LABORERS DISTRICT COUNraises funds for Qa’id Staten Me- CIL’s Sam Staten, Sr. tees off at 9th hole during Labor Golf Classic. morial Schoilarship fund.
Teeing Off For Qa’id Staten Memorial Scholarship Fund
James Back In His Old Haunts
BELMONT MANSION, one of early historic stops on Underground Railroad, gets underway with groundbreaking. Shoveling dirt were City, State and Council leaders, including Mayor Michael Nutter, Sen. LeAnna Washington, State Rep. Vanessa Brown, Audrey Johnson Thornton and Councilman Curtis Jones. Site is being expanded with new banquet hall. Photo by Donald Terry
IT WAS like old times when State Rep. Harold James was welcomed back to his 186th Legislative Dist. seat in General Assembly as family, friends and fellow Reps showed up for this congratulatory photo. He’ll serve out unfinished term until Dec. 31. Photos by Donald Terry
CONGRATULATING State Rep. Harold James in House Chamber were colleagues Vanessa Brown, Dwight Evans, Cherelle Parker, and newly sworn-in member for a special term Gary Williams.
FORMER President of City Council Anna Verna, 3rd from left, didn’t want to miss swearing-in of her ward’s State Rep. Harold James. Joining them at swearing-in festivities were State Reps. Mark Cohen, Ron Waters, Bill Patton and Mike Hanna, Sr.
Disabled Kids Tag Fish Raising Funds for Teen Inc. Hosting Korean Delegation
STATE REP MIKE McGeehan, a leading state environmentalist, hosted kids from SPIN, (Special People in the N.E.) in fish-tag event at Frankford Arsenal Delaware River boat launch. State Fish & Game Commission demonstrated their skill at this vital tracking effort. Commissioner Glade Photo by Joe Stivala E. Squires is seen to right of McGeehan.
NINTH WARD Democrat Leader John O’Connell cohosted fundraiser for Teen Inc.; teen volunteers who will travel to Guatemala this summer to help build housing for needy. Event was held in Bacio’s Italian Restaurant on Lincoln Photo by Joe Stivala Drive.
COUNCILMAN DAVID OH hosted Korean delegation to this city. He greets Mayor Song and Korean Assemblyman Kim at City Hall, while pushing city as international port destination.
Milton On The Move Boyle Bros. Go Green
STATE REPS. Brendan and Kevin Boyle attended a ribbon-cutting ceremony for opening of a greenhouse located at the Klein JCC. Center’s JCC Catered meals program currently delivers frozen, microwavable dinners for seniors and others in need. New greenhouse will now allow for fresh fruits and vegetables to be incorporated into those meals.
COUNCILMAN David Oh and Mayor Song toured Penn’s campus and other sites in city.
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URGING grassroots support for anti-voter ID law, former State Sen. Milton Street hosts meeting in N. Phila. where bill “has major impact on denying voters.” With Milton, from left, are Kera Anderson, Milton Street, Jr. and Kyle Anderson.
Michael P. Kelly, PHA administrative receiver/Executive Director and Bob Nelson, President and CEO of Phila. Opportunities Industrialization Centers, met to discuss ways to improve lives of low-income residents. OIC is one of PHA’s Community Partners, training residents for jobs in hospitality industry. Nelson chairs City’s Jobs Commission, which helps City and its partners create and preserve private-sector jobs.