Monday, October 20, 2014

SOSNA Newsletter

Tonight- Roadmap for Growth Community Meeting. Tomorrow-SOSNA Dines Out!

South of South Friends & Neighbors,
There is an important Community Meeting this evening, we need our residents to attend and share their input and ideas!
TONIGHT: Roadmap for Growth, A Vision for Philadelphia, 2015-2020
Councilman Kenyatta Johnson and the Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce are hosting this evening's Listening Tour session, which is part of the Chamber’s Roadmap for Growth campaign, and focused on job creation, economic growth, and an agenda for city government.  The meeting will take place at Shiloh Baptist Church (20th and Christian Streets) and begin at 6:00PM. During the meeting we hope to discuss- 
What are the best set of ideas to create jobs and promote growth in our city’s economy?
What do we want out of the next Mayor on these core economic issues? 
The Chamber will also unveil the findings from a Fact-Based Economic and Demographic Analysis that the Roadmap campaign has commissioned, looking at trends in population, jobs, income and business growth in Philadelphia over the past 10 years.

Please join the SOSNA Economic Development Committee for the next installment of SOSNA Dines Out on Tuesday, October 21st at 7PM! Cooler fall weather means we are bringing the event indoors for a delicious dinner at Miles Table
The Details:
1. Tickets are $30.00/person. Dinner will consist of 4 courses including a dessert. Vegetarians rejoice- we've got you covered with a vegetarian friendly menu!
2. Space is limited to 30 guests, so get your tickets now (and don't forgeto to invite your friends and family)!
3. Miles Table is BYOB; bring your favorite wine or beer to accompany a delicious dinner!
HURRY! Grab your tickets for tomorrow's Dines Out event HERE. See you there!

Don't Miss the Other Neighborhood Events Coming up THIS WEEK!

Events, October 22nd, Parents and caregivers of preschool and elementary age children are invited to an elementary school fair designed to help parents research grade school options. The fair gives families the opportunity to speak directly to schools and compare individual philosophies and accomplishments. Public, charter, private and parochial schools in the three neighborhood association areas have been invited to attend.  Light refreshments will be served. 
Events SOSNA Safety Committee and the South of South Town Watch have coordinated to organize training opportunities for our neighborhood. A representative of Townwatch Integrated Services will conduct a Town Watch group patrol following the regularly scheduled PSA-1 (Police Service Area)
Events, October 25th, get ready to RUN! Since 2008, the Southwest Center City 5K Run has served the area as a healthy, family-friendly, community-building event.

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