St. Albert the Great Elementary School students last Friday afternoon participated in the Race for Education, the school’s biggest fundraiser of the year.
Franklin Square is having a birthday.
Justice Rescue will debut its series May 14 during a screening at Dave & Buster’s.
The Take Back Your Neighborhood civic association will appeal a Zoning Board of Adjustment decision on the property at 6600 Bustleton Ave. (at Magee Avenue).
Thursday, April 28
Bob Pantano Dance Party at Cannstatter’s
Democrats Fran Nelms and Matt Darragh will battle next Tuesday for the right to challenge state Rep. Martina White (R-170th dist.) in the November general election.
State Rep. Mark Cohen (D-202nd dist.) is happy that Pennsylvania on Sunday became the 24th state to legalize medical marijuana.
A sacred celebration: KleinLife, 10100 Jamison Ave., hosted a celebration that marked the observance of the Jewish holiday of Passover. The Passover Seder includes a festive holiday meal filled with traditional ethnic dishes.
90 years of greatness: St. Martin of Tours Elementary School, 5701 Loretto Ave. in Oxford Circle, celebrated its 90th anniversary with a gala at Williamson Banquet & Event Center in Horsham. The honorees were Charles Craige (Alumnus of the Year), Sister Stephen Anne Roderiguez, IHM (Educator of the Year) and AgustaWestland CEO Bill Hunt (Business Leader of the Year). Pictured are (from left) Hunt; principal Sister Ellen Giardino, IHM; Roderiguez; Craige.