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Raise The Vibration

January 29th, 2013
Raise The Vibration Free Philly Music Festival:

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Independence Visitor Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1 N Independence Mall West, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19106
Family friendly event in historic Philadelphia near the Liberty Bell.

Poconos Finest Vacation Communities

January 22nd, 2013

Keller Williams Real Estate
601 Bethlehem Pike
Building B, Suite 100
Montgomeryville, PA 18936

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Arrowhead Lake

A private, gated vacation resort community with pristine lakes and recreation galore! The community has beaches, boating and plenty of activities for the family. One of the Poconos finest vacation communities.


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Locust Lake Village

A private, vacation resort community with picturesque lakes and recreation activities! A four-season community comprised of 1,600 properties. Another one of the Poconos finest vacation communities.


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Lake Naomi Club & Timber Trails

A private, vacation resort community on 2,500 acres surrounding a 3 mile long, 277 acre private lake, and over 7 miles of shoreline. This community is surrounded by 25,527 acres of state forest. Another One Of The Poconos finest vacation communities.


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The Mayor on Gun Control

January 19th, 2013

“Today President Obama and Vice President Biden unveiled a comprehensive set of concrete proposals that will help us reduce the gun violence that occurs every day in our cities and to prevent mass shootings like the one that occurred just over one month ago in Newtown, Connecticut.

“Just three days after the Newtown tragedy occurred, the mayors of our three largest cities and other Conference of Mayors leaders sent an open letter to the President and the Congress, which urged immediate action. We called on the President to exercise his powers through Executive Order and on Congress to introduce and pass legislation to make reasonable changes in our gun laws and regulations. Specifically, we called for universal background checks, a ban on both assault weapons and high capacity magazines, and strengthening the penalties for straw purchases of guns.

“Clearly the President listened to our call. We applaud him for issuing executive actions to reduce gun violence. And we applaud him for calling for critically needed legislation and urge Congress ‘to do the right thing’ and institute universal background checks, a ban on assault weapons and high capacity magazines, and strengthening penalties for gun trafficking.

“As mayors of major cities, many of us do all we can to reduce gun violence, but our efforts are too often thwarted by trafficking from other areas and states. The President’s plan, which would institute background checks nationally and crack down on those who buy guns for the express purpose of turning around and selling them to criminals, will be an enormous help to us.”

Endless Mountain Fieldstone

January 18th, 2013

Endless Mountain Fieldstone is a company nestled in the beautiful Endless Mountains of Northeastern Pennsylvania, maintaining high standards of quality throughout the supply, project design and professional installation services. Their wall stone, fieldstone, bluestone, walkway stone, landscaping stone and waterfall stone product lines are all very affordable. They serve all of Eastern Pennsylvania and the Philadelphia region and can deliver larger quantities throughout all of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Maryland and Delaware.

Waterfalls Are In!

Pain Management

January 17th, 2013

The Henderson Center, located in King of Prussia, offers drugless pain relief.


  • Back pain
  • Neck pain
  • Stress/tension/anxiety
  • Headaches (tension and/or migraine)
  • Muscle pain
  • Joint pain problems (including some types of arthritis)
  • Sciatica
  • Muscle tension/spasm
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Jaw/TMJ pain
  • Plantar Fascitis/foot pain
  • Bursitis
  • Nerve compressions (“pinched nerve”)
  • Spinal disc pain
  • Cerebral Palsy

Chiropractic | Massage Therapy | Shiatsu Therapy (What is Shiatsu?).

Dedicated to the elimination of your pain.
Trusted and referred to again and again by physicians and patients for DRUGLESS pain relief.

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School Closings In Philadelphia

January 15th, 2013

Occupy Philadelphia Event
Tuesday, January 15, 2013 4:00pm
440 N. Broad St., Philadelphia, PA

The School District plans to close down 37 schools. But are we ready for what will happen to students’ futures when you close down so many schools? It’s going to be a STUDENT APOCALYPSE!!! If they close our schools, nothing will be left.
Students will be shoved around the city and our schools will be worse. Nothing will be left BUT A BRAINLESS FUTURE. Join us as we show the city a dramatization of what could happen if the school closures move forward…set to the THRILLING music of Michael Jackson.

4pm on the front steps of the School District Building 440 N. Broad St. Philadelphia near Broad and Spring Garden.

10,000 Small Businesses Initiative in Philadelphia

January 10th, 2013

Philadelphia, PA — The City of Philadelphia announced a partnership with Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses initiative to help create jobs and economic growth by providing small businesses in the Philadelphia region with practical business education, business support services and access to capital.

Community College of Philadelphia will deliver the business education portion of the program, and Philadelphia Industrial Development Corporation (PIDC) and Community First Fund will originate loans to small businesses. Goldman Sachs and the Goldman Sachs Foundation are committing $20 million to the program in the greater Philadelphia area.

PIDC and Community First Fund will originate loans to small businesses. PIDC, a nonprofit, public-private partnership between the City of Philadelphia and the Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce, targets the city of Philadelphia. Community First Fund’s target market consists of 13 counties in central Pennsylvania. The bulk of Community First Fund’s lending is focused on the cities of Reading, Lancaster, York and Harrisburg.

The Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses initiative will offer:

* Business and Management Education: Small business owners will have access to a practical business education delivered in partnership with Community College of Philadelphia, the largest public institution of higher education in the City. Small business owners will develop a business growth plan to help them increase revenues and hire new employees. Classes are free to business owners accepted through a competitive application process.

* Access to Capital: Goldman Sachs is committing $15 million of lending capital to Philadelphia and central Pennsylvania small businesses. The loans will be originated by local community-based partners, PIDC and Community First Fund.

* Business Support Services: Business advice, technical assistance and networking will be offered to participating small business owners through partnerships with Community College of Philadelphia, community-based partners and national business organizations, as well as the people of Goldman Sachs.

The program will begin in May 2013. Applications for the education component of the program are being

Financial Empowerment

January 9th, 2013

Philadelphia, PA – Bloomberg Philanthropies and Living Cities’ Cities for Financial Empowerment (CFE) Fund today announced that it has awarded Philadelphia with a grant to replicate New York City’s evidence-based Financial Empowerment Center model. Philadelphia is one of five U.S. cities to be awarded a grant, which will enable the City to deliver free, one-on-one financial counseling by trained professionals to low-income residents by integrating counseling into the delivery of municipal services.

“The City of Philadelphia has demonstrated a real desire to help families achieve long-term financial stability,” said New York City Mayor and philanthropist Michael R. Bloomberg. “The Mayors Project at Bloomberg Philanthropies spreads effective solutions to challenges that cities across the county are facing. We hope through this grant that the effective Financial Empowerment Center model will create measurable change for low-income residents in Philadelphia.”

The Financial Empowerment Center initiative is the latest investment from Bloomberg Philanthropies’ Mayors Project, the government innovation program that seeks to spread proven and promising ideas among cities. Through a $16.2 million investment in Living Cities’ CFE Fund, Bloomberg Philanthropies will provide grants to Denver, CO; Lansing, MI; Nashville, TN; Philadelphia, PA; and San Antonio, TX, and enable extensive technical assistance to help each city replicate and customize the model.

“We know one of the key pathways out of poverty is to increase the financial stability of low-income households by boosting income, decreasing debt, and increasing access to saving and asset-building opportunities,” said Mayor Michael A. Nutter. “By offering personalized financial literacy services to low-income individuals, we make it possible for Philadelphia families to move toward self-sufficiency and, ultimately, better position our City economically for the future.”

The City of Philadelphia received a $3.3 million grant to create Financial Empowerment Centers. The Centers will open in March 2013 and will be operated by the Office of Mayor Michael A. Nutter in partnership with Clarifi, previously known as the Consumer Credit Counseling Service of Delaware Valley. Through this grant, Philadelphia will open two Financial Empowerment Centers and four satellite locations in areas with high poverty concentrations, low educational attainment, new immigrants, new entrants to the workforce and the working poor. Philadelphia’s Financial Empowerment Centers intend to counsel 9,000 low-income Philadelphians over the initial three-year period.

Patty Hasson, President and Executive Director of Clarifi added, “As a nonprofit provider of financial counseling to over 600,000 individuals in the Philadelphia region for 47 years, Clarifi is committed and excited to expand its resources to support the Financial Empowerment initiative. We look forward to implementing this highly successful model of one-on-one financial counseling to help 9,000 Philadelphia clients save and reduce debt.”

Philadelphia joined Denver, Lansing, Nashville, and San Antonio in receiving the Financial Empowerment Center grants through a competitive process in which nearly fifty cities applied. These cities exhibited the most thoughtful, creative approach, as well as committed leadership and strong partnerships for replicating the model in their local communities.

In 2008, Mayor Bloomberg announced that the City of New York would pilot Financial Empowerment Centers as part of a broad effort to test and refine new approaches to alleviating poverty. While initially privately funded, the Centers became publicly funded after their data-proven impact. Since the pilot commenced, the program has grown to nearly 30 Centers, helping more than 19,000 New Yorkers reduce their debt by more than $9 million and save more than $1 million.

Through the Living Cities’ CFE Fund project, services are delivered in a more cost-effective manner and better outcomes are achieved across the array of social services, by seamlessly integrating financial counseling into traditional anti-poverty efforts. In addition to financial counseling, the model has a strong focus on integrating with other services driving toward self-sufficiency, including benefits enrollment, family stabilization services, workforce training and job placement, housing, and other supports.

To learn more about the Living Cities’ CFE Fund grants, visit Join the conversation on Twitter using #FinancialEmpowerment.

About Bloomberg Philanthropies

Bloomberg Philanthropies works primarily to advance five areas globally: the Arts, Education, the Environment, Government Innovation, and Public Health. In 2011, $330 million was distributed. Government Innovation efforts, including the Financial Empowerment Centers, are part of the Mayors Project, which seeks to spread proven and promising ideas among cities. Other Mayors Project investments include Cities of Service, Innovation Delivery Teams, and the Mayors Challenge.

About Living Cities

Founded in 1991, Living Cities is an innovative collaborative of 22 of the world’s largest foundations and financial institutions. In nearly 20 years Living Cities’ members have collectively invested almost $1 billion, helping shape federal funding programs, redirecting public and private resources, and helping communities to build homes, stores, schools, community facilities and more. For more information, please visit:

About The CFE Fund

Living Cities’ CFE Fund supports municipal efforts to improve the financial stability of households by leveraging opportunities unique to local government. By translating cutting edge experience with large scale programs, research, and policy in cities of all sizes, the CFE Fund assists mayors and other local leaders to identify, develop, fund, implement, and research pilots and programs that help families build assets and make the most of their financial resources. For more information, please visit or email us at

Swimming Pool Water Quality Control

January 8th, 2013

Commercial Clearwater Company Inc. specializes in Swimming Pool Water Quality Control. They have successfully completed swimming pool installations and rehabilitation for Water Parks, Municipalities, Schools, YMCAs, Boys’ & Girls’ Clubs, Jewish Community Centers, etc., both in this region and throughout the country. They are available to help you in all phases of a project. Click here to contact The Pool Man.

Independent Sealing

January 6th, 2013

Independent Sealing is a local manufacturer of custom gaskets.







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