2016 EDDY Awards
Posted by Public Citizens for Children and Youth on October 31, 2016
Join Us for the 2016 EDDY Awards
“Celebrating the power and potential of Philadelphia public education”
Join us for the 2016 EDDY Awards on Thursday, November 17th at 5:30 pm at the Down Town Club, 600 Chestnut Street in Philadelphia!
As an important education event and annual fundraiser, the EDDY Awards recognize outstanding commitment to public education by individuals, organizations and businesses. This year’s honorees are:
Star STEM Education Innovator Award
GSK Science in the Summer
accepted by Marti Skold-Jordan
Star Commitment to Education EDDY
Jason Carrion, Principal, Cayuga Elementary School
Star Business Executive Commitment to Education EDDY
Marcos Lopez, Exude, Inc.
Star Alumnus EDDY
Rising Star EDDY
Saviona Goode, Student, John Bartram High School
Jailene Rodriguez, Student, Olney Charter High School
Join us to celebrate the commitment and impact of these outstanding leaders! Enjoy cocktail hour, awards presentation, and dessert reception, with a premier auction to benefit the students, teachers, and schools we serve.
If you or your company or other organization prefer to purchase EDDYs tickets/sponsorships or make a contribution by mail, please contact Roslyn Levine for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone at 215-665-1400 ext. 3338.
Your company or organization can make a difference by sponsoring our 2016 EDDY Awards.
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