The Passyunk Square Civic Association submitted a proposal for a Keep Philadelphia Beautiful Innovation & Impact Microgrant in the amount of $1,500, and we won approval for it! The proposal was to purchase and distribute trash cans, brooms and dust pans for take-out businesses in our neighborhood in order to help reduce litter. PSCA needs a team to implement the Microgrant by: identifying community volunteers who will compile a list of local take-out businesses and organizing a mailer to them; doing direct outreach to those business owners and business organizations; distributing trash cans and other material; and following up with businesses and the checking the cleanliness of the area. We are looking for volunteers to help implement the Microgrant. If you are interested in helping, please notify us at email@example.com.
Join East Passyunk Crossing Civic Association and Passyunk Square Civic Association for a bike tree tour Saturday, August 3, from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm with South Philly tree expert Peter Verrecchia! We’ll meet at Capitolo Playground (900 Federal St) and start by exploring a few trees on foot for our non-biking friends. Then hop on your own bike or grab an Indego at Captiolo. Meet up afterwards at Triangle Tavern (1338 S 10th St.) to swap tree stories! For more information visit passyunk.org/beautification/
There are no July or August General Meetings. Enjoy your summer and stay safe! Read tips on how to stay cool from the City of Philadelphia.
South Philadelphia Older Adult Center (SPOAC) at 1430 E. Passyunk Ave is the home for all of our general meetings, which occur on the first Tuesday of every month, except July and August when there are no general meetings.
On Friday, May 20, 85 neighbors, teachers, and parents gathered at Industrious Office to celebrate A NIGHT OUT FOR KIRKBRIDE! The event raised over $8,000 for the Friends of Kirkbride to support Kirkbride Elementary School at 7th St. and Dickinson St. The night included a packed silent auction with donations from over 50 local businesses, a rousing live auction, raffle baskets made by each grade, and a school-themed photobooth.
Event sponsors were Generation 3 Electric, Grace Kennedy Law, Southwark on Reed, and Project P.L.A.Y. School.