CCRA held its Annual Meeting
virtually on Thursday, May 27. At the meeting, new board members were
elected, and changes to our Bylaws and Articles of Incorporation were
Following CCRA business, PA's Attorney
General Josh Shapiro spoke about what was going on in the city and
answered questions from our members and guests. You can watch the event
on our YouTube channel.
*The first 10 minutes of the video have been removed due to audio issues.
CCRA Board Meeting, Tuesday, June 8, 6pm
For the first time in 14 months, CCRA
will hold its board meeting in-person at BEX, 2005 Market St. Members
are welcome to join our last meeting before the summer break.
If you would like to attend the
meeting, notify Operations Manager Travis Oliver. Please note, if you
have not been vaccinated, you must wear a mask during the meeting.
Clean, Safe, and Green
Had It With ATV’s, Dirt Bikes, etc.? Go Here.
to attend the 6pm June 9 follow-up multi-community Town Hall sponsored
by the Queen Village Neighbors Association (QVNA) that will address the
safety and quality-of-life threats posed by the presence of loud and
unsafe ATV’s and dirt bikes throughout the City.
More than 1,110 residents attended the initial ATV Town Hall on May 5. The recording can be seen here.
Local Organizations Distributes Yellow Whistles to Combat Asian-American Hate
The Philadelphia Chinatown Development Corp. has been giving out whistles,
along with the Korean American Association of Greater Philadelphia,
SEAMAAC, Penn Asian Senior Services, the Pottstown NAACP, and
Philadelphia Flower Show will be held outdoors, but you can celebrate
the “Masterpieces of Nature” indoors (and online) at the Barnes. “Barnes
in Bloom” runs throughout the bounteous month of June and features
self-guided and group tours, plus tour events that include lunch,
dessert, and, yes, cocktails. All the details are here.
Poppin': Women, People of Color Star at Hyatt Centric
Centric Center City Philadelphia will host a series of Pop-Ups starting
on Friday, June 4. Each weekend local artisans and businesses owned by
people of color and women have been invited to create pop-up shops and
displays in the hotel lobby.
are striving to support local artists and small business owners while
also offering guests a distinct experience with Philadelphia flavor,"
said Gilbert Santana, general manager of the Hyatt Centric Center City
Philadelphia. "Locals too are invited to stop by the hotel to discover
new artists and small businesses." Details can be found here
Women Over 50: Answers to Your Top Health Questions
June 23, 12:30 pm, join Penn Medicine experts for a webchat where they
will discuss ‘Women Over 50: Answers to Your Top Health Questions.’
Women’s Health at Penn is inspired by women, with programs based on
science and designed to meet each individual’s unique needs.