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FREE Year 25, No. 41

P H I L A D E L P H I A & T H E M A I N L I N E ’ S FAV O R I T E W E E K LY

Celebrating 25 Years of Community News June 23 – June 29, 2010

COMMUNITY Author Wants Readers to Find a “I NVENTIONS IN T EACHING ”
NEWS HERE! Deeper Ego-Free Consciousness I NTERNATIONAL B OYS ’ S CHOOLS
Listening to our intuition empowers as to control anxiety
and learn to trust in ourselves
of situations or experiences
—our thoughts do that; they
create our reality and thus
we do what feels natural.
The physical attraction
between people can be so
tangible you can feel it and
almost breathe it, yet there
Devon Hat are times we wonder if it’s
Contest wishful thinking or just our
imagination. Intuition is the
Page 3 key to controlling much of
the anxiety we feel when we
lack answers from our part-
ner, empowering us to trust
ourselves and to open up
our hearts. Intuitive Lovers
takes readers on a journey
to trust their intuition from
first encounters with a pos-
sible partner, be it internet
dating or long-term conscious
Student to As Walsh explains, the ego
Study with has planted demands in our
society that if we don’t have
Bolshoi Ballet a rigorously active, multi-
Page 11 orgasmic love life, we are
doing something wrong or
inadequate. Unfortunately, Writer Peg Tyre will present a free lecture, “The Trouble with
this keeps us from the feeling Boys,” on June 29 at 7:30 p.m. in The Haverford School’s
of oneness that can be found Centennial Hall.
in another’s arms. Since we
are all an aspect of the ‘one’

he Haverford School, in conjunction with Chestnut Hill
that split into smaller, vibra- Academy and La Salle College High School, is hosting
Becky Walsh is one of Britain’s leading thinkers on intuition tional pieces, reconnecting the 17th annual International Boys’ Schools Coalition
and spirituality which explains why her book is revolutionary with one of those divine pieces Conference June 27 - 30.
for its time. Its perfect blend of humor and poignant honesty through an open and loving Educators representing more than 200 boys’ schools from
offers a different perspective on modern-age physical gratification physical union reminds us around the world will be attending the conference, which,
and relationships. we are not alone and that we with its emphasis on international collaboration and inven-
Society’s were never separate from tions in teaching, will offer insights into best teaching prac-
Evening Hours

n Intuitive Lovers (O-Books), the author one another. tices that improve the learning of boys.
Page 12 reaches out to readers who want to When we understand that we do have a The four-day event includes a presentation by Peg Tyre,
find a deeper, ego-free consciousness choice to look at the root of our thoughts “The Trouble with Boys,” on June 29 at 7:30 p.m. in The
in their physical encounters with a lover. and to come from our higher self, this rais- Haverford School’s Centennial Hall. Tyre, author of the New
Being that intuition is instinctive know- es our personal vibration so that the sound York Times’ best-selling book, The Trouble with Boys: A Sur-
ing means that we are all intuitive lovers. we send out into the world is a sound of love prising Report Card on Our Sons, Their Problems at School,
Summer Dining After all, no one ever showed us how to and not fear. This sound plays out from and What Parents and Educators Must Do, will discuss why
Pages 6 & 7 kiss or how to feel, or even what we make See “Intuitive Lovers” on page 9 See Conference on page 10

Healthy Living
Pages 8 & 9
M E R I O N M E R C Y A C A D E M Y Local Artist Exhibits Work at Newly Opened
G R A D U AT E S 124 S E N I O R S Town Hall Coffee Company in Bala Cynwyd
Stephanie Kan of
Your Community Philadelphia, and
Meghan Pierce of
B ala Cynwyd artist William Ternay has
had a long and varied career in the
Arts in Philadelphia. Since graduating
Philadelphia, from what was then the Philadelphia
CITY SUBURBAN reminisce before College of Art, in 1964, Ternay has done
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O ne hundred and twenty four Merion Mercy Academy
seniors graduated Sunday, June 6, 2010 on campus. The
Class of 2010 has earned a total of $11,762,580 in academic
children’s books, won acclaim as one of
the most respected Courtroom Artists in
the U.S., and worked on some of the most
scholarships. Collectively, they’ve also earned 504 accep- beautiful murals in the city of Philadelphia.
tances to 144 colleges. See photo on page 10! See Art at Town Hall Coffee Company on page 7
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INSTANT AUTO TAGS & Drum Celebration 2010, from 7 - 9 p.m. at the

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can community. The event will also an October/Halloween Production
honor those in the region who have of this Cult Classic Musical. Audi-
remained Keeper’s of the African tion dates are Tuesday, July 20 and
drum and Dance culture. The hon- Wednesday, July 21 at 7 p.m. with
orees this year are Ione Nash, Omom- callbacks at Saturday, July 24 from
10 a.m. to 1 p.m. if required. Pre-
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ola Iyabunmi, Oyin Hardy, Robert
Kenyatta, Leonard “Doc” Gibbs, Daryl National Merit Finalists from The Baldwin School for 2010 pare 16 bars of a song from the show
Kwasi Burgee and Dottie Wilkie. All include, from left – Elena Stephenson, who will attend Stanford and be prepared to read a few sides
have remained steadfast to not only University; Allison Ballinger, who will attend Johns Hopkins Uni- from the show. Also dress comfort-

City Suburban performing, but also teaching their

cultural crafts. Entertainment at
the event will be provided by: The
versity; Ellen Norris, who will attend Northwestern University;
Sarah June, who will attend Harvard College; and Emily Lau,
who will attend Swarthmore College. Lau also received a special
ably for dance/movement. A few roles
from the show are already cast, for
info email the director, Marsha
Amato-Greenspan at info@barn-
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Universal African Dance and Drum award form the Naitonal Latin Exam Committee for achieving
Ensemble, Women’s Shekere En- Summa Cum laude (gold medal) results for five consecutive years
semble, Voices of Africa, Mshinda on the exam.
Ensemble, Troupe DaDa, Jan Jef- Volunteers Needed
Reach Your fries Female Ensemble and Poets
Pat McLean and Sister Nzinga. People
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Sponsored by Professional and
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Garden Tour on Saturday, July 10,
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to Lead Peer
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struments and chairs or blankets
tion 1-610-348-5544 or www.PBSN- Historic Grange Estate in Haver- grams for People 55+, located at
to sit on. There will also be an Afri- PBSN’s DJ will be spin- ford Township at 3 p.m. Tickets 403 Rector St., is currently recruit-
can Market Place. The event is free
ning your favorite dance hits from are on sale at the library. $15 ad- ing volunteers 55+ to lead peer
and open to the public. For infor-
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American Style Show,” children will learn what it was like
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Consulate General of Italy held a celebration in honor of the
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Consul General of Italy, Luigi Scotto (right), awards official
honors to the honorable Mr. Amato Berardi, a member of the
Does your partner hit you? Threaten you? Control you?
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Italian Parliment. I
n honor of the Italian National Day, the Consulate General
of Italy held a celebration at the National Constitution
Center. The evening’s events included a speech by the
Are you afraid of what your partner might do to you? Consul General Luigi Scotto, in both Italian and English, highlighting the similarities between Italy and America’s history,
and honoring the importance of Italians who have worked and are currently working in Italy. Official National Honors
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Mario Marano, and the Honorable Mr. Amato Berardi, member of the Italian Parliament.
Call the Women’s Center of Montgomery County. Among the 500 guests, was Mayor Michael Nutter, who on behalf of the city of Philadelphia,
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Lower Merion Conservancy Announces

Appointment of Executive Director WEST LAUREL HILL
Ellen Davis, Board Chair of the Lower
Merion Conservancy, recently announced
the appointment of Keith Jones as the
Conservancy’s new Executive Director.
Keith currently serves as General Counsel
of the National Association of Clean Water
Agencies in Washington, DC, and previ-
ously served as Divisional Deputy City
Solicitor for the Philadelphia Water Depart-
Ellen Davis said, “We are very excited
to welcome Keith to the Conservancy.
Keith’s environmental expertise and proven
leadership skills stood out in a pool of
worthy candidates. Our local community
will benefit greatly from his knowledge of
national environmental issues. Keith grew
up in nearby Bucks County and lived in
Philadelphia for many years, and we are
glad to offer this opportunity for him to
return to the area with his wife and young
The Conservancy Board engaged the
firm Leadership Recruiters, led by Priscilla
Rosenwald, to assist the Search Commit-

Keith Jones has been named Lower Merion

tee during the selection process. The com-
mittee was co-chaired by environmental
Wednesday, June 30 • 6 PM
Conservancy’s new Executive Director. attorney Jonathan Spergel of Bala Cynwyd
and retired real estate executive Jon Weller
of Penn Valley. Both are former Chairs of the Conservancy’s 25-member Board. Other You’re invited to see the newly completed renovations and restoration
Search Committee members were fellow Board members Rita Auritt, Todd Bressi, and to our Chapel of Peace and Crematory. The Chapel, built in 1938, was
Gerry Fisher. designed by the architectural firm Watson & Thompson.
Keith received a Bachelor of Arts in Communications from Rider University and received
his Juris Doctor from Temple University School of Law. When Keith’s professional interests CHAPEL OF PEACE AT WEST LAUREL HILL CEMETERY
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Ellen Davis noted that 2010 marks the 15th anniversary
of the Conservancy’s founding. She stated, “We see this
year as a great opportunity for the organization. We will
be continuing the well-respected and well-attended pro-
grams for which we are known, and for which there is a
strong and experienced staff in place. We also plan to intro-
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in our anniversary year we will solidify the long-term future
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O U T - A N D - A B O U T – Upcoming Food & Entertainment

By Jerry H. Bloom, Staff Writer course Farm to Table Pig Dinner, Tuesday, June 22, at 7
Wine & Dine p.m., for $50 per person. Each course highlights a different
• Oyster House, 1516 Sansom Street, Philadelpha, will part of a Heritage pig paired with vegetables & grains from
host seven of the city’s top mixologists as they craft cock- Lancaster & Chester County farms. Local farmers will host
tails inspired by the sea, on Monday, June 28 beginning at the dinner, along with Avalon sous chef Steve Forte, to dis-
7 p.m., at restaurateur Sam Mink’s popular raw bar and cuss the products and their preparation. The dinners will
restaurant. These masters of the cocktail will take turns take place in Avalon’s courtyard, weather permitting. Credit
behind the bar, three at a time, shaking – stirring – and cards accepted for this event. Free parking available at
pouring their creations for guests to Trinity Church, corner of South High
enjoy for $8 each. Oyster House is & Union Streets. For reservations
open for dinner Monday through Sat- (required), call 610-436-4100 or visit
urday from 5 p.m. until 11 p.m. Lunch
is served Monday through Friday from Events
11:30 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. For info, or • Zahav, 237 St. James Place in
to make a reservation for groups of Philadelphia, and Chef Michael Solo-
six or more, call 215-567-7683 or visit monov, will offer a Jersey Shore Party, Thursday, July 1, 5 p.m., fea-
• The HeadHouse, 122 Lombard turing boardwalk food and dishes
PATRICIA MCMONAGLE’S Street in Philadelphia, is a newly-open- created by nine of the city’s top
PSYCHIC SERVICES ed craft beer cafe in historic Society chefs for $25 per person. Includes
Hill by Philly Beer Week founder and snacks from each chef plus live enter-
For You, a Friend, a Group or Event. Museum Catering owner Bruce Nichols tainment complete with a Journey
Patricia McMonagle has been doing readings and well-known restaurateur Madame cover band at 8 p.m. and cash bar all
all her life. She has the ability to guide people
in choosing a positive direction for themselves.
Saito. Featuring more than 100 bottled night long. Dishes include: Crab Boil
beers, as well as another 20 on draught, from Lucio Palacio of Xochitl; Ice
Experienced in helping detectives solve crimes,
she believes, “Change can alter an outcome if the restaurant will serve beer-friendly Cream Sandwiches from Chef Erin
you have information!” cuisine designed to complement the O’Shea of Percy Street Barbecue;
bar’s extensive selection of ales and The Cownose Stingray has a 36-inch French Fries from Chef Pierre Calmels
Readings at Coyote Crossing Call 267-241-8473 or visit lagers and beer-based cocktails and wingspan and is found in the Atlantic of Bibou; Fried Clams from Chef Terry
800 Spring Mill Ave., Conshohocken Sangria on draft, as well as a full list Ocean from the coast of New England Feury of Fork; Popsicles from Chef
Saturdays • 7 - 10 pm & facebook. of classic cocktails and wines. Execu- to Brazil. Peter Woolsey of Bistro La Minette;
tive Chef Jimmy Chiu’s menu ranges Hamburgers from Chef David Katz of
from $5 for fresh cut French fries with Vietnamese curry Meme; Pizza from Chef Solomonov; and Hot Dogs from
mayo or ginger mayo to $23 for boneless braised beef short John “Chainsaw” Taus and Andrew Wood of Fork. For reser-

City Spa ribs with brown ale jus and roasted potato wedges. The

ten-foot high wood paneling, a distressed copper bar, rust-

colored tiling, and black and white photographs of antique
vations (required) or info, call 215-625-8800 or online visit
HeadHouse’s design elements feature exposed brick walls,
Museum News
• Adventure Aquarium, on the Camden NJ waterfront,
NAILS • BODY WAX • HAIR STYLING British ale glasses. Food and Beverage Director Tom Pittakis, opened The Stingray Beach Club on June 18 with a tropical
formerly of Alison Two in Fort Washington, leads the man- beach where it’s always warm and sunny even though
TRADITIONAL CHINESE MASSAGE agement team. For reservations or info, call 215-625-0122 you’re inside. Fluffy clouds, palm trees, and waterfalls sur-
or visit round guests as they dip their hands into the warm waters
3900 City Avenue • Dettera Restaurant and Wine Bar, 129 East Butler Avenue to touch and hand-feed an array of beautiful stingrays. Some
Presidential Apts. • Jefferson House in Ambler, PA, has a new Executive Chef, Jeffrey Power whose guests will get the chance to “wade-in” with the gentle
215-477-4270 menu offers fresh produce from local farms and herbs and creatures. Bright open spaces, thatched roof structures,
vegetables from Dettera’s onsite garden. Power is a Culinary palm trees, and a sand castle are all part of the experience.
Institute of America graduate and was most recently the There’s also a touch pool for little kids, featuring smaller
Chef de Cuisine at Blackfish. He honed his skills as Execu- stingrays, a lower wall height, and clear acrylic walls for
Find great information and advertisers every week in
City Suburban News – Your Free Community Newspaper!
tive Chef at Dolce International, as Sous Chef at Georges viewing of the stingrays from both above and below the
Perrier’s Le Bec Fin, and was Poissonier under Terence water’s surface. Feeding opportunities offered daily at
Feury at Striped Bass. Brent Hazelbaker, formerly of Parc select times throughout the day. Guests can buy a cup of
and Maia joins Chef Power’s kitchen as Chef de Cuisine. fish ($3 each) to hand-feed the stingrays. Stingray Beach
Dettera merges progressive American cuisine with wine Club exhibit is included with the price of Adventure Aquar-
bar chic in a restored, historic building. For reservations ium admission. Tickets or visit
or info, call 215-643-0111 or visit
• Avalon Restaurant, a neighborhood-oriented BYOB at E-mail releases two-weeks in advance to
312 South High Street in West Chester, PA, offers a four- Follow above format.


TO WIN 4 TICKETS TO First Annual Atlantic City Summer Solstice Parade to
BRYN MAWR FILM Celebrate the Beginning of Summer Season
Hands Across the Sand event to take place at three Atlantic City locations
INSTITUTE! J oin the fun when the First Annual Atlantic City Summer
Solstice Parade rolls into town Saturday, June 26, begin-
at three locations in Atlantic City: Garden Pier at New Jersey
Avenue; Boardwalk Hall at Florida Avenue; and Albany
ning at 1 p.m. on the Atlantic City Boardwalk. Avenue. Organized by the South Jersey Chapter of Surfrider
The inaugural parade will bring local artists, businesses, Foundation, Clean Ocean Action and the Alaska Wilderness
SUMMER FUN FOR THE FAMILY! organizations, street performers and spectators together League, Hands Across the Sand is a national movement to
4 Tickets and 4 popcorn and drink passes good at Bryn Mawr Film in a spontaneous parade celebrating the longest day of the oppose offshore oil drilling and champion clean energy
Institute, 824 W. Lancaster Avenue, Bryn Mawr, PA 19010. year and another busy summer at the Jersey Shore. The and renewables. Participants are asked to gather at 11 a.m.
Tickets are not valid for opera, theater, or concert screenings or Greater Atlantic City Jaycees, the merchants and casinos “At noon, we’ll draw a line in the sand and join hands to
simulcasts. ($60 value – no exchange) of Atlantic City’s Special Improvement District, and other say ‘No’ to the offshore oil drilling and ‘Yes’ to clean energy,”
For tickets and info visit or call 610-527-9898. local stakeholders have partnered to bring the parade to says Krissy Halkes, chairwoman of the Surfrider Foundation’s
Name: #1 Entry 6/23 Atlantic City’s Boardwalk on the first official weekend of South Jersey Chapter.
summer. At 1 p.m. the Summer Solstice Parade will leave Showboat
Address: “After experiencing other summer solstice events, I thought Casino Hotel and proceed down the Boardwalk to Albany
City: State: Zip: Atlantic City would be a perfect location for an event cele- Avenue. Participants include floats, walkers and riders rep-
brating freedom and creativity,” says parade organizer Daryl resenting various businesses and organizatons.
Phone: Email:
Bulthuis of Casino Connection Magazine. “This is an event Following the parade, participants are invited to enjoy
Where did you pick up City Suburban News? everyone can participate in, so hopefully people will feel Atlantic City’s free beaches and various Summer Solstice-
By entering this contest you agree that City Suburban News, its officers, employees and agents, are free to join the festivities.” In fact, onlookers are not only themed events at Atlantic City’s beach bars.
not liable for, and will be held harmless against, any and all claims for injury, loss or damage of welcome, but encouraged to join the fun. Similar festivals For information on Hands Across the Sand, contact
any kind resulting directly or indirectly from participation in this contest or from acceptance or use and parades throughout the country emphasize body paint- Krissy Halkes at 609-287-1486.
of any prize. ing and other forms of artistry in the spirit of the event. For information on the Summer Solstice Parade, call
ONE ENTRY PER PERSON P E R W E E K O R I S S U E. Atlantic City’s parade will have a Carnivale theme. Daryl Bulthuis at 609-705-4884, or visit www.acsolsticepa-
One winner will be chosen per week during the promotion. Also on June 26, Hands Across the Sand will take place or find it on Facebook.
Entries from previous weeks valid for full length of drawing.
Entries must be received by each Monday, at noon.
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Art at Town Hall Coffee Company Continued from front page
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“I look back on my 45 years as a working artist and Arts Educator, and am

reminded of the 1972 book by Gail Sheehy, Passages. Her ideas about major SUMMER CLEAN SALE
changes happening in our lives every 7 to 10 years or so seems even more
valid to me as I age, and continue to evolve, Over the course
“Bridge at Merion Park,” one as a creative person.” of time, dust and
of twenty oils and watercolors For the past 10 years the artist has been fireplace soot IT’S
by Bala Cynwyd artist William devoting less time to being an Illustrator, and build up in your
Ternay, on exhibit at Town
Hall Coffee Company, in
focusing on teaching Painting Workshops, and
painting and exhibiting his “Plein Air” land-
clock mechanism TIME TO
and can cause
Merion, PA, through July 4. scapes. “I recently participated in a two-day
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Merion Conservancy,” said the artist. “One of my favorite sites to paint, for many
years, has been the small, but very elegant Merion Park, near the train station.
cleaning, let us THE
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I seem to have become the resident artist there, and I enjoy meeting neighbors
who walk their dogs, and love that beautiful park, in all seasons, as I do.”
William Ternay’s paintings of Merion Park, and of rowers on the Schuylkill
River, are currently on display at the recently opened Town Hall Coffee Com-
pany, at 358 Montgomery Avenue, in Merion. “As a long time resident of the
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had all those wonderful blank walls, waiting for Art to be hung on them! I’m honored to be the first artist to exhibit in
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INFANT NURSERY CKHS and Local Schools Raise Stroke Awareness Through Contest
“Where Health, Wellness, & Educational Development Become One”
PHYSICIAN Owned/Operated
• Ages 6 weeks to 1 year old
I n an effort to educate stu-
dents, their families, and the
community about the signs
• State Licensed Child Care Facility of and treatment for stroke,
• First Aid & CPR Certified physicians and clinicians of
• Security-Monitored the Crozer-Keystone Health
Environment System hosted a contest for
elementary, middle and high
2285 Bryn Mawr Avenue • Philadelphia • 215-605-2134 school students.
This year’s contest, which
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• NYC Shopping winner for her poster design; Gregory Cuculino, M.D., chairman of Emergency Medicine at Taylor Hospital; back row – Rob
Solomon, instructor of Health and Physical Education at Drexel Hill Middle School.

Call 610-368-7916 playing a stroke-themed message, awarded a cash

prize to the top elementary, middle and high
school entries. Students submitted designs along
with an informational sheet about stroke aware-
DR. RONALD CARROLL ness and prevention. Hundreds of entries were
submitted, and in the end it was difficult to
~PODIATRIST • SURGEON • FOOT SPECIALIST~ choose from so many creative designs, but the
committee chose students from St. Philomena
Diabetic Foot Care • Heel Pain School in Lansdowne and Wallingford Elementary
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dle school winner; and Taylor Medical Careers
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Philadelphia Newtown Square Medical Careers Program is comprised of students
Corn. of Conshohocken Ave. 3475 West Chester Pk. from several area high schools. The winning high
& W. Country Club Rd. (at Bryn Mawr Ave.) school students attend Springfield High School
(across from Brith Sholom House) in Springfield, and Strath Haven High School in
215-879-0277 610-359-9310 Wallingford.
“We started this annual contest a few years ago From left – Gregory Cuculino, M.D., chairman of Emergency Medicine at
Every Week Find Great Information in City Suburban News! and each year we have gotten more and more Taylor Hospital; St. Philomena School in Lansdowne students, Grace McDermot
kids and more and more schools involved,” says and Emily Urban, who won for their combined effort on a poster design;
Gregory Cuculino, M.D., chairman of the Emer- Maureen DePrince, stroke coordinator for Delaware County Memorial
The Pavilion gency Medicine Department at Taylor Hospital. Hospital; and Mihai Diamandi, M.D., Taylor Hospitalist.
“We have grown from about 50 entries to close
Community for Active Seniors 62 and Older to 250 entries this year. It is so great to see so much enthusiasm from the participants and the teachers. Each year we
SECTION 8 are amazed by the quality of work submitted by all. In the end, it helps educate the children and their families about
“Best in Apartment Living 2009” stroke and stroke prevention.”
The project was sponsored by the medical staffs of Taylor Hospital and Delaware County Memorial Hospital, in honor
Benefits: Choices: of National Stroke Awareness Month. It was offered to students in grades 4-12 in Delaware County. The winning designs
• Individual Heat and Air • Rates Based on 30% of will be mass-produced and distributed throughout the county.
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Center for Wound Healing and Hyperbaric Medicine Opens
Therapies that the Center offers in-
• Senior Citizen Club on site:
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and Medical Facilities. I t is estimated that nearly 7 million
Americans suffer from chronic wounds
associated with conditions such as dia-
clude debridement—which is the sur-
gical removal of dead or infected tissue
Activities, Lunches in Our betes, peripheral vascular disease and to allow healthy tissue to heal—and
Community Room. autoimmune disease. various topical agents to promote
Delaware County Memorial Hospital quicker healing. In addition, nutrition
announces the opening of the Center recommendations are an important
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WYNNEWOOD ELECTROLYSIS Education is also an important plan the legs and/or feet), pressure ulcers,
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is not healing, and to provide the best and non-healing surgical wounds.
therapy available to treat a wound, pre- Venous stasis ulcers, vasculitis and
vent infection and prevent it from recur- arterial insufficiency are other common
Ear Piercing ring” says Homayoon Pasdar, M.D., medi-
cal director of the Center for Wound Homayoon Pasdar, M.D. is medical
conditions that cause non-healing
wounds. “All of these conditions deal
EMILY, CPE Facial Waxing Healing and Hyperbaric Medicine at DCMH. director, of the Center for Wound with poor circulation,” Pasdar says.
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June 23 – June 29, 2010 CITY SUBURBAN NEWS Page 9


The Little Rock Foundation and 4 Sight Merge

To support families with blind and visually impaired children
cataract surgery. At that time her mother started a non-
profit called Parents and Cataract Kids where former Phila-
delphia Eagles players Reggie White and Andre Waters were
involved. Meghan’s daughter, Charlotte, 4, also has congeni-
tal cataracts. But while her vision was also complicated by
glaucoma, Charlotte’s glaucoma was caught early and is
currently under control.
Very similar to Meghan’s history, The Little Rock Foun-
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ation as the founders, Tina and Rocco Fiorentino. In a quest
for information, the Fiorentinos realized there were very
few resources available to them when their baby boy, Rocco,
was born in 1996. Considered a miracle by his doctors,
Rocco, whose twin brother died at birth, was four months
premature and weighed only 1 1/2 lbs. He had less than a 5%
chance of survival, and, after 10 surgeries, he left the hos-
pital at six months of age with one lasting challenge—
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By Rose Marie Riley

At the entrance to the Art Gallery, sculptor Kathleen M. Friedenberg,

of Ardmore, works on one of her pieces.
Watching the carriage Drive are, from left – Andrea Butler;
Andrew Butler, Assistant Director, Church of the Redeemer, of
Bryn Mawr; Pamela S.K. Campbell, member of the Ladies’ Com-
mittee, and Box Holder; Marina Butler. All of Bryn Mawr.

Awaiting guests at the Opening Preview Reception for the Art

Gallery at Devon are, from left – Co-chairmen – Helen Corkill
of Radnor; Pam Keller of Downingtown; Gretchen Schwoebel
of Glenmoore.

2010 Art Show at Devon

Awaiting guests in the Hospitality Room at the Devon Horse In the Dog/Owner Look-Alike Contest are Nicky – 2 year old
Show are, from left – Mary B. Griffin of West Chester; Sandy French Poodle, 2nd Place Winner; with his owner Jim Cowley The Art Gallery at Devon’s 2010 Art Show opened with a
Nesbitt, Chairman, Ladies’ Committee, of Newtown Square; Holly of Strafford. preview reception May 27, 2010, at the Devon Horse Show
Griffin, Committee member, of West Chester. and Country Fair, Lancaster Avenue, Devon. The Gallery fea-
tured the works of more than 60 regional and national artists.
Also featured was this year’s official Devon Horse Show poster
artist, Michael Paraskevas. All works in the Art Gallery fea-
ture equestrian and country lifestyle in media ranging from
oil to watercolor to sculpture. The Gallery was open daily
throughout the days of the Devon Horse Show. Co-chairmen
were Helen Corkill, Gretchen Schwoebel, Pam Keller and Sandy
Floyd. Proceeds from the Art Gallery benefit the Bryn Mawr

Enjoying the Devon Horse Show are, from left – Carole Moran, Enjoying the Devon Horse Show, are, from left – Freeman M.
Amateur Owner Champion, of Wellington, Florida; and Mrs. J. Zausner, Co-chairman, Sponsorship Committee, of Delaware;
Maxwell Moran, member of the Board of Directors and Box Wendy McDevitt, member of the Ladies’ Committee; and Wade
Holder, of Paoli. L. McDevitt, Box Holder – President, The Devon Horse Show,
of Devon.

Devon Horse Show and At the Opening Preview Reception, from left – Co-chairman
Sandy Floyd of Wayne welcomes Devon Horse Show President
Country Fair Wade McDevitt and Wendy McDevitt of Devon.

The 114th annual Devon Horse Show and Country Fair was
held May 27 - June 6, 2010, at the Devon Horse Show Grounds
in Devon. Featured were Hunters, Jumpers, three- and five-
gaited saddle horses, hackney and fine harness horses and
ponies, breeding classes, and coaching competitions. Bud-
weiser Clydesdales performed. Jumper classes featured evenings
with $100,000 Grand Prix, and $50,000 Idle Dice Stake. Four-
in-hand Coaching competitions were held, and the Hunter
Derby. The Country Fair included boutique shopping, mid-
way rides, games and fine food. The annual Ladies’ Day at
Devon Hat Contest was held, and for the first time – a Devon
At the Devon Horse Show for the presentation of the Walter Doggie Contest. Leonard A. King is Chairman of the Devon
Mooney Challenge Trophy are, from left – Richard G. Webster, Horse Show and Country Fair. Wade L. McDevitt is President
Co-chairman, Trophy and Presentation Committee, of Paoli; of the Devon Horse Show and Country Fair. Co-chairs of the
presenter, Mrs. John J. Nesbitt, III, Chairman, Ladies’ Commit- Devon Country Fair were Mimi Killian and Sandy Shinners.
tee, of Newtown Square; Leonard A. King, Chairman, Devon Horse Since 1919, the Devon Horse Show has generously donat-
Show, of Malvern; Mr. John J. Nesbitt, III, General Chairman, ed over 14 million dollars to Bryn Mawr Hospital. The most Attending the Opening Preview Reception are, from left –
Exhibitors Hospitality Committee, of Newtown Square. recent gift from 2009 fair proceeds were $320,000. Leonard A. King, Chairman, Devon Horse Show and Country
Fair, of Malvern; Elizabeth R. Moran, member of the Board of
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