Celebration of Saunders Park improvements
Posted by on December 16, 2005
Be among the first to see the recent improvements to Saunders Park; celebrate and support the organizations and individuals working together on greening efforts; come enjoy refreshments and the beautiful holiday lights in the trees…
Between 5:15 & 6:30 pm Tuesday evening, come to a brief reception and ribbon cutting ceremony for the new Saunders Park improvements. The reception will be in Presbyterian Medical Center’s Medical Conference Room followed by the tree lighting and ribbon cutting in Saunders Park Green. [on Powelton Avenue between 39th and Saunders Ave.]
This is a project of the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society?s Philadelphia Green Parks Revitalization Program, sponsored by Bank of America, in collaboration with Penn Presbyterian Medical Center, Saunders Park Neighbors, People?s Emergency Center CDC, UC Green, and others.
We are excited about this additional step forward in beautifying the area for all and want to celebrate with our tree planting friends and folks from the community.
Carolyn Smith, Saunders Park Neighbors Association
(The reception is in Presbyterian?s Medical Conference Room: from Main hospital circle, use Cupps entrance, follow signs to cafeteria, look for Rotunda, enter Conference Room.)
UC Green, Inc.
3616 Lancaster Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19104-2604
Amanda Benner, Executive Director [email protected]
The mission of UC Green is to promote, coordinate, and support, with its partners, volunteer community greening projects in University City neighborhoods.
UC Green, Inc. is a 501(c)3 organization.
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