Patriotic paintings: Philadelphia-area artists have created Donkeys Around Town, a program that features 57 fiberglass donkeys, representing the 50 states, five U.S. territories, Washington, D.C. and Democrats abroad. Iconic images that represent the state or territory were painted on the donkeys, which will be displayed through Sept. 5. MARIA YOUNG / TIMES PHOTOS
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100 candles: Walburta (Kern) Nelson (center) was joined by family and friends July 13 for her 100th birthday celebration. The longtime member of Memorial Church of St. Luke attributes her long life to “being good and believing in God.”
Thursday, July 21
Movies returning to the Devon Theater
CHERRY HILL, N.J. - JULY 15 - Richard Donnelly, president of Donnelly Distribution (Pennsauken, N.J.), announced today that he has acquired Broad Street Media and its affiliates. The Philadelphia-area community newspaper and magazine group publishes more than a dozen separate publications.
Due to an Excessive Heat Warning, with heat indexes expected to reach 100 degrees or more, the PCA Heatline will operate at 215-765-9040 on Thursday, July 14 from 12 p.m. to midnight and Friday, July 15 from 8:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. At PCA’s Heatline call center, a team of trained staff will counsel callers of all ages about precautions to take against the heat and detecting signs of heat stress. City Health Department nurses will be on-site to speak with callers about medical problems related to the heat. Mobile relief teams from the Health Department will respond to situations requiring intervention, and 911 will be called for emergencies.
Fox Chase’s Joseph Doherty and Torresdale’s Christian Dellavella recently received rings for being part of the Roman Catholic High School mock trial team that won the city championship.
SPIN received a $50,000 grant from the Wawa Foundation for its outstanding service. The organization will dedicate the money to health and wellness services.
Patricia Creamer and Daniel Wisniewski were named to the dean’s list at Ithaca College.