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Monthly Archives: September 2010

Roy’s Auto Services- Holiday Food Drive

September 30, 2010  by 

Roy's Auto Services is holding a holiday food drive at their location on Hunting Park Avenue (Philadelphia, PA). Bring in one or more canned goods and receive any of the following discounted services listed below: PA Inspection and Emissions for $24.99 (for vehicles 1996 and newer) $10 off any service $50.00 or more $20 ...

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Terror in the Woods, New Jersey

September 30, 2010  by 

Every weekend in October! DATES: October 1, 2, 8, 9, 15, 16, 21, 22, 23, 28, 29, 30, 31 WHO/WHAT: At Terror in the Woods, an outdoor Halloween show, with stellar band lineups and fun for the whole family, you will experience haunted trails, live bands and vendors to satisfy you all ...

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Plymouth Whitemarsh taking part in ‘Great Food Fight’

September 30, 2010  by 

Jenny DeHuff Time Herald WHITEMARSH — Plymouth Whitemarsh High School (PWHS) is among 18 schools in the five-county Philadelphia region to take part in “The Great Food Fight,” a campaign challenging students to collect as much canned goods and other non-perishables as they can in a two-week period. During a press conference at ...

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Shire Pharmaceuticals Presents…The Great Food Fight!

September 30, 2010  by 

With their unbridled energy and “We can do it” mindset, teenagers can accomplish great things. That’s why Shire Pharmaceuticals is inviting high schools across the five county region of Southeastern Pennsylvania to participate in The Great Food Fight! benefiting Philabundance and families across the Delaware Valley who rely on the ...

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Census figures in region show poor getting poorer

September 29, 2010  by 

By Alfred Lubrano and Dylan Purcell Inquirer Staff Writers The poor got poorer and the well-off didn't get any better in the Philadelphia region in 2009, according to U.S. census figures released Tuesday. Philadelphia retained its unwanted position as the poorest among the country's 10 largest cities, with a poverty rate of 25 ...

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‘Great Food Fight’ comes to PW

September 26, 2010  by 

By Jenny DeHuff Times Hearald Staff PLYMOUTH — Plymouth Whitemarsh High School (PWHS) is one of 18 schools in the five-county Philadelphia region to take part in “The Great Food Fight,” and is hosting a kickoff event Wednesday. Sponsored by Shire Pharmaceuticals and Philabundance, the event encourages schools to collect canned goods and ...

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Main Line School of Rock Tributes Live Aid Concerts

September 24, 2010  by 

The School of Rock is a performance-based rock music program for students ranging from ages 8-18. On September 24 and 25, young musicians will be recreating the original Live-Aid concert from 25 years ago by performing the songs by some of rock music's legendary artists like Queen, Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, ...

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Meet the PHLB Bloggers…

September 23, 2010  by 

Bill Clark, President and Executive Director of Philabundance, is our fearless leader. He oversees all moving parts of the organization, ensuring that each department has the resources necessary to serve Philabundance's mission of increasing access to emergency food for those in need. His long history with the food industry and ...

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Welcome to PHLB’s ‘first-ever’ Blog…

September 23, 2010  by 

With nearly a million people facing hunger in the Delaware Valley, the discussions that exists around hunger in our region is surprisingly minimal. With this blog, all of us here at Philabundance are hoping to broaden the dialogue and create a greater awareness of the issues of hunger that are ...

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All Cans On Deck – Vanguard Food Drive

September 22, 2010  by 

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