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Saturday May 18, 9 am to 1 pm

Home Maintenance Day – A day of service in the community sponsored by the office of Councilman Curtis Jones. There will be free lunch, giveaways, and resource tables to provide information to the community.

Contact: Ytina Dudley, 215-686-3416 or Ytina.dudley@phila.gov

Location: 1600 block of North 56th Street


Saturday May 18, 10 am to 2 pm

Philadelphia Association of Black Journalists hosts the 2019 Media Access Workshop. Real reporters, editors, producers and PR professionals ready to hear your story. They’ll give you tips, best practices, and examples of how to craft your stories into narratives and pitches that the media won’t be able to resist. Solomon Jones and Paris Nicole from Radio One will participate on a 1 pm panel called TV, Radio and Print.

Contact: Chantale Belefanti – chantalebelefanti@gmail.com

Location: West Philadelphia High School, 4901 Chestnut Street Philadelphia, Pa

Link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/pabj-media-access-workshop-2019-tickets-59591852836?utm-medium=discovery&utm-campaign=social&utm-content=attendeeshare&utm-source=strongmail&utm-term=listing


Tuesday May 28, 11 am to 1 pm

Health Partners Foundation Scholarship Luncheon establishes and maintains programs that positively influence social and economic conditions.  HPF provides scholarships to deserving high school students who plan to enroll in a community college or an accredited four year college or university in Pennsylvania, and who are studying for careers in health sciences or social work. This year we will award $125,000 in scholarships to students across the Delaware Valley.

Contact: Tameka Barnes, 215-845-4842 or tbarnes@hpplans.com   

Location: Community College of Philadelphia – Center for Business & Industry

1751 Callowhill Street, Room C2-28, Philadelphia, PA 19130

Note: Solomon will speak at this event

Friday June 76 pm

The 14th Police Chaplains in partnership with the Philadelphia Antiviolence Antidrug Network and Managing Director’s Office of Violence Prevention will conduct a prayer walk. There will also be resource material available for the community.

Contact: Rev. Frank Crangle, 14th District Police Clergy – 215-868-7313

Location: Germantown and Wister