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News & Announcements

The Association of Philadelphia Tour Guides (APT), the Independence Visitor Center Corporation and City of Philadelphia invite you to
WILLIAM PENN'S 375TH BIRTHDAY PARTY
Friday, October 18, 4:30 to 6:00 p.m.
on the City Hall Courtyard stage, Broad and Market Streets
Free and open to all

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MMFP has a current opening for a part-time secretary/assistant. This requires about 4 to 6 hours weekly, and preferably someone with Word, Excel and mail merge fluency. Please click on the link for more information.

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ADULT RELIGIOUS EDUCATION

APRIL 28, 2019

READING FAITH AND PRACTICE

Objective: PYM issued a new edition of Faith and Practice in 2018. In order to both remind ourselves of essential information about being a Quaker and inform our selves about new aspects of Faith and Practice, Adult Ed sessions periodically throughout this year will select a section to read and discuss. (Free copies are available to meeting members and attenders.)

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From Liz Peto, First Day School Coordinator

Dear Friends,

Welcome back! On behalf of the First Day School Committee of Monthly Meeting of Friends of Philadelphia, I would like to express my sincere excitement at the start of the 2018-2019 school year.

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Fossil Hunting/Knoebels Amusement Park Weekend--July 13--15

Camping is available at Lake Glory Campground, which is near, but not at, Knoebels Amusement Park.  It is owned by the same management, and there is shuttle service between the park and the campground. 

Knoebels Amusement Park – A free admission, old-fashioned amusement park, which charges by the ride.  It’s a good value for families.  Swimming and golfing are also available.  Check it out at www.knoebels.com

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Arch Street Meeting House was the starting point for the 2018 Interfaith Walk for Peace and Reconciliation on April 29, 2018. Monthly meeting members participated in the welcoming of hundreds of walkers from many different faith communities across Philadelphia and the region. This was the first time the walk began at a Friends meeting house.

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