Classifieds November 13, 2014

Uncategorized | March 5th, 2014 | Leave a comment

010 ANTIQUES 015 ART SERVICES 025 AUTO FOR SALE 075 COMPUTER SERVICES 115 FLEA MARKET/BAZAAR 125 FOR SALE 130 HEALTH 135 HELP WANTED 140 HELP WANTED – CHILD CARE 145 HOUSE & GARAGE SALES 158 LEGAL NOTICE 170 LOST & FOUND 175 PETS 195 REAL ESTATE FOR RENT 200 REAL ESTATE FOR RENT – COMM […]

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Missing Dog

Uncategorized | August 5th, 2013 | Leave a comment

ANSWERS TO “TRUMAN” HE IS MICROCHIPPED, NO COLLAR NEUTERED MALE, 15 POUNDS, TERRIER MIX LAST SEEN AROUND NOON FRIDAY AUGUST 2ND HEADING NORTH ON GERMANTOWN AVENUE IN CHESTNUT HILL AREA GENEROUS REWARD OFFERED CALL ROBIN – 215.913.5764 OR 215.991.6740 WILLIAM – 215.287.2003

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Lost Dog – Reunited with owners!

Pets | July 12th, 2013 | 1 Comment

This very sweet, mature, male Golden Retriever was found the morning near the Chestnut Hill Newsstand on Germantown Ave. He has a peach collar on but no identification tags. Do you recognize him? He’s anxious to get home.  Please contact John at 215.380.0805 with any info.

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‘Planting Day’ planned this Sunday

Uncategorized | October 26th, 2012 | Leave a comment

The Friends of the Wissahickon (FOW) is partnering with REI Conshohocken and Philadelphia Parks & Recreation (PPR) for a Planting Day at Cresheim Creek on Sunday, Oct. 28, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Volunteers will plant native plants along a portion of Cresheim Creek near the Telner/St. Martin’s Bridge that was recently restored through a […]

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Kimmel Center concert to honor late Chestnut Hiller

Uncategorized | October 24th, 2012 | Leave a comment

by Ron Petrou Lewis duPont Smith, 54, of Chestnut Hill, a teacher, political organizer and philanthropist who sat on the boards of VoxAmaDeus and the Waldorf School in Mt. Airy, died Aug. 12, 2011, in Jefferson Hospital after a courageous battle with pancreatic cancer. “As a board member, Lewis served with spirited presence and unwavering […]

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Area singer/writer aiming to prevent school dropouts

Uncategorized | August 23rd, 2012 | 2 Comments

By Len Lear and Lou Mancinelli Tamara Anderson of Mt. Airy, a singer, actress, educator and author, was given a grant of $1,844.49 last year from the Leeway Foundation to “create a short play/skit that will serve as a platform for dropout prevention and shine a light on the dire need for sustainable programs for […]

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Talented Germantown artist has a full plate.

Uncategorized | June 28th, 2012 | 2 Comments

by Grant Moser Germantown resident Lisa Hurwitz, 43, has a lot on her plate. She’s an artist, a blogger and a tweeter, has an online Etsy shop (a website that features handmade and vintage goods), sells vintage finds and art at pop-up stores she arranges, is currently pitching a children’s book, and is a mother […]

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Amy A. Lukens, community volunteer

Uncategorized | June 26th, 2012 | Leave a comment

Amy Austin Lukens, 94, formerly of Lafayette Hill, a longtime community volunteer, died June 9 at Cathedral Village in Andorra. For many years, Mrs. Lukens read books and newspapers aloud to be taped for the blind at the Pennsylvania Association for the Blind in Philadelphia. She also was an active member of the Colonial Dames […]

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Rev. Jean Mather, Episcopal rector

Uncategorized | June 19th, 2012 | Leave a comment

The Rev. Jean Mather, 65, rector of Christ Church and St. Michael’s Episcopal Church in Germantown for the past 13 years, died June 13 of heart failure while attending a vestry meeting in the parish house. A former college professor, Dr. Mather was ordained in the Episcopal Diocese of Illinois in 1995 and assisted at […]

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