May 2014


Newsletter and Uncategorized05 May 2014 07:48 pm

Tuesday, May 6, from 6:30 pm to 8 pm at Annunciation BVM Church Hall (10th & Dickinson)

What an exciting time for PSCA! The May 6 election for the Board of Directors has certainly generated a lot of enthusiasm. The nomination process ended on March 28, giving us 14 candidates running for 12 positions! Of those running, 9 are current members and 5 hope to be ‘freshman’ Board members.

Our venue, Annunciation BVM Church hall at 10th and Dickinson, is the perfect size for this event: BIG! The Election Committee has separated the hall into two distinct sections: one for voting and the other for socializing. Stop in just to vote (there will be no regular general meeting), or stay to mingle with your neighbors and enjoy pizza, generously donated by Francoluigi’s (Thank you Frank Borda!)

Excited to hear the results? Stay til 8 pm when the polls close and the Election Committee will count the ballots and announce the results to all present. Can’t stay? Not to worry – results will be posted to our website later the same night.

For information such as voter eligibility, required form of ID, and bios of all the candidates click here.

-Pam Zenzola, President

Event05 May 2014 07:12 pm

Saturday, May 17, from 10 am to 2 pm at Urban Jungle (1526 E. Passyunk Ave.)

Yes, by popular demand once again we are having our annual Plant Sale, partnering with Urban Jungle. This year we are not taking any chances with cold weather – the sale will take place May 17, just after the frost-free date. Stop in to buy those flowers, bulbs, bushes, or perhaps some decorative items to spruce up your house or garden! And bring the kids – we will have free face painting!

Education and Event05 May 2014 07:10 pm

Thursday, May 15, from 5 pm to 8 pm at Wharton Lofts (1148 Wharton Street)

The PSCA is supporting the exciting improvement in our neighborhood school by sponsoring a cocktail party, hosted by Alterra Property Group, at the Wharton Lofts on Thursday, May 15 from 5 to 8 pm. Please click here for details and to purchase tickets. Help us build a playground for the students of Andrew Jackson Elementary School!

-Tom Wyatt, Education Committee Chair

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