The ladies of Affordable Skin Care Salon, at 2005 Frankford Ave. — Monique, Amy, Tammi, Mary, Michelle — will be among those attending the salon’s special Philippines typhoon relief event. On Sunday, Nov. 24, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., the salon will open and donate 100 percent of its proceeds to Philippines relief.
Local business will also raffle off items and gift certificates: Walking Fish Theatre, Two Percent to Glory, Plume, Philadelphia Brewing Company, Inspired Yoga, Catch & Release, Barefoot Doctor Acupuncture, Adorn Jewelry, Coffee House Too and Kensington Community Food Co-op. For more, visit affordableskincaresalon.com.
Port Richmond’s Joseph Galasso (center), who attends Father Judge High School, was presented a citation on Nov. 12 from Rep. John P. Sabatina, Jr. (D-174th dist.) in honor of Galasso’s PIAA Class AAA 138-lb wrestling championship. In this photo, State Rep. John Taylor is at far right, Sabatina is far left.
On Nov. 7, Portside Arts Center held its “Help Drive the Arts Back into Philadelphia Schools” fundraiser reception, in support of the Portside ArtsMobile project.
The fundraiser raised $4,000 toward Portside ArtsMobile, which will convert a donated forty-foot bus into a mobile arts classroom for ten local schools in the 2014-2015 school year.
For more information on the project, visit porsideartscenter.org. In this photo, State. Rep. John Taylor (R-177th dist.), left, greets Councilman-at-large David Oh, with Portside founding director Kim Creighton at center.
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