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Mill Creek: Free Fried Fish Platters Encourage Residents To Vote

Mill Creek: Free Fried Fish Platters Encourage Residents To Vote

Many West Philadelphia residents registered to vote for the first time, then ate in celebration along 47th and Brown streets as The Men of Mill Creek, along with other Mill Creek organizations, ran their first voter registration drive Saturday, Oct. 6. This is the first time five local groups came together for any community development […]

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Haverford North: The Health And Resource Festival Returns To West Philly

Haverford North: The Health And Resource Festival Returns To West Philly

St. Ignatius Nursing and Rehab Center collaborated with Alain Locke School, West Philadelphia Seventh Day Adventist Church and the Department of Public Health to bring back the Health and Resource Festival Saturday Sept. 29, which had been absent from the neighborhood since 2015. The center started what had been the annual festival in the early […]

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Mill Creek: Groups Collaborate To Build A Stronger Community

Mill Creek: Groups Collaborate To Build A Stronger Community

Pastor Derrick Long (pictured above), leader of the faith-based nonprofit organization Men of Mill Creek, wants community activism in Philadelphia to live on after he is gone. Young people are the way to do it, he said. “I’m happy young people are here to keep the legacy,” he said to a small crowd of other community […]

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Mantua: Despite Lack Of Funding, Miles Mack Recreation Center Continues On

Mantua: Despite Lack Of Funding, Miles Mack Recreation Center Continues On

Khadijah Muhammad, the on-site supervisor at the Miles Mack Recreation center, prepared about three dozen hot dogs for neighborhood children after school on Friday, Sept. 14. Every day, she makes lunch for children that come through the recreation center, located at 36th and Aspen streets. She pays for most of the food out of her […]