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Drexel's all male a capalla group, 8 to the Bar sing the National Anthem at Citizen's Bank Park on 9/20/10 for the Phillies Game.
Alhamdu Lillah we were able to raise $32K prior to the auction, however the starting bid for the building was $129K, no one bidded for the building so it is now owned by the bank, and as such we are working on putting together a proposal to the bank, as well as there is another building that is of interest, that we know is being sold for $50K, so insha allah we will be pursuing this building as well so please continue to make duas for us and if you would like to donate funds you can do so via our website www.pottstownmasjid.com Funds can be sent directly to the bank: National Penn Bank, 377 E High St, Pottstown, PA 19464 Routing Number: 031308784 Account Number: 0000000216807573 Make checks payable to: Masjid Al Haqq Tax ID #: 94-3450330
BOYERTOWN, PA — Calling all dog lovers.....Dog Days of August is here on August 21, 2010. Hosted by Joe Paws Dog Bakery, GiGi's at Home Pet Care,the Boyertown Farmers Market, Serenity Junction, Zimmers Pets and other Downtown Boyertown businesses, please join us for an afternoon of family furry fun,Activities for the day will begin at the Boyertown Farmers Market, 100 S. Walnut Street 10-1pm.Where there will will be various pet activities and demonstrations. Parking is available on Philadelphia Avenue, the lot of the Boyertown Museum of Historic Vehicles (same location at the Boyertown Farmers Market, S. Reading Avenue) A Pet Expo will be held from 1 to 4 pm at the Civic Walkway and Inner Core Parking Lot of Boyertown located on S. reading Avenue. The Expo will feature various demonstrations, activities, and exhibits by vendors such as Gigi's at Home Pet Care LLC, Joe Paws Dog Bakery, Grey Hound Rescue, and more. Pet watering stations will be sponsored by various location out front of Downtown Boyertown Businesses Parking will be available at The Inner Core Parking Lot, S. Reading Avenue and the lots of National Penn Bank, St. Johns Church and Good Sheppard Church, North Reading Avenue (free to spectators) For more information about this event and other Boyertown activities please visit www.boyertownpa.org or contact Heather Oxenford, Building A Better Boyertown, Main Street Manager email@example.com 610-369-3054 For vendor information please contact promotions ...
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Masjid al Haqq, currently rents from a building located on E. High St in Pottstown, PA. The community has kept up-to-date with the rent for the building however the owners of the building were not able to keep up with the mortgage of the building, and as such the building is in the foreclosure process and scheduled for a sheriff sale July 28, 2010. The community would like to purchase this building We are expecting the building to be sold with a value in the range of $20K to $100K (as this is an auction it is difficult to estimate because we do not know how many investors may attend the auction) as of today the community has generated $12000 in a short space of time. Insha'Allah, we are requesting financial help as well as your duas. Funds can be sent directly to the bank: National Penn Bank, 377 E High St, Pottstown, PA 19464 Routing Number: 031308784 Account Number: 0000000216807573 Make checks payable to: Masjid Al Haqq Tax ID #: 94-3450330 To donate online visit: www.pottstownmasjid.com Taken from: www.youtube.com
Masjid al Haqq, currently rents from a building located on E. High St in Pottstown, PA. The community has kept up-to-date with the rent for the building however the owners of the building were not able to keep up with the mortgage of the building, and as such the building is in the foreclosure process and scheduled for a sheriff sale July 28, 2010. The community would like to purchase this building We are expecting the building to be sold with a value in the range of $20K to $100K (as this is an auction it is difficult to estimate because we do not know how many investors may attend the auction) as of today the community has generated $12000 in a short space of time. Insha'Allah, we are requesting financial help as well as your duas. Funds can be sent directly to the bank: National Penn Bank, 377 E High St, Pottstown, PA 19464 Routing Number: 031308784 Account Number: 0000000216807573 Make checks payable to: Masjid Al Haqq Tax ID #: 94-3450330 To donate online visit: www.pottstownmasjid.com
After the Penn Square Bank was declared insolvent in 1982, this bank purchased the premises located at 2079 Penn Square in the northwest corner of the Penn Square Mall parking area.
Cutchall's dates to William O. Cutchall's 1927 opening of a downtown men's fine clothing store at 103 N. Robinson (Hales Building) where it operated for 38-40 years. In 1964, three Cutchall's locations existed — in the Hales Building and in the respective Penn Square and Shephard malls. A nephew of the originator, Dean B. Cutchall, continued operations until 1988 when the operations closed. But, in 1989, Brint W. Cutchall, a grandson of the originator, opened a 2700 square foot shop in the Midland Center (Dowell Center today) which later moved to the 1 National Bank arcade and st lasted for 5 years. But, in 1998, he closed that operation and opened a new Cutchall's in North Penn Plaza, immediately west of Penn Square Mall, but that came to an end in the same year as its opening. As far as I'm aware, Cutchall's no longer exists in Oklahoma City.
Its ads said that its roots went back to 1898 and was the oldest savings and loan association in Oklahoma City. Its original name was Oklahoma City Building & Loan Association but it became the Oklahoma City Federal Savings & Loan in the early 1930s. For several years it was located in the Majestic Building but by 1919 it established its own building at the southwest corner of 1st Street (Park Avenue) and Harvey where it remained until it became the owner of the Skirvin Tower hotel in 1971 which was renamed the 101 Park Avenue Building. In 1974, the company itself was renamed as the Continental Federal Savings & Loan Association. After selling the 101 Park Avenue Building to Jere Sturgis of Enid, Sturgis announced plans to add 14 stories to the property but that failed to materialize in the wake of the Oil Bust and Penn Square Bank's insolvency in 1972. As to Continental, it failed in 1991 and its branches were sold to Bank of Oklahoma, Banks of Mid-America, and Stillwater National Bank.
Its been over 3 years, Aishwarya Singh has proved time and again to the industry of events, that smart work backed by strong educational foundation is the only gimmick one can use to communicate with flair! Hands down, she is an expert at communicating well, making sure that she represents her client in the best way to an audience whose size only matters to her in as much as 'the more is always the merrier' for her.. She has been constantly working with the Bureau of Energy Efficiency, Ministry of Power for their conferences, seminars and workshops on Energy Conservation issues. She has also worked with NEDO, Japan; Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, Govt. of Japan and Society of Energy Engineers and Managers in the same direction, that of Energy Conservation which is extremely critical in times today. IT and Telecom is another sphere where she has been involved as an Anchorperson; specifically in association with Cybermedia. There are various organisations, that she has worked with as a Communications Specialist and Moderator/Compere. Recently hosted the Good Housekeeping show 2010 (the clipping of which can be found in the May edition of Good Housekeeping Magazine) and has been pasted on this blog too; Hosted the Auto Expo 2010 for Honda Cars, Tele.Net magazine Awards 2010, Lauch of caran'd ache pens (William Penn) at the Swiss Embassy and a host of Star Network/ Star Den/ Microsoft Advertising conferences. Last year her major performances were the Pantaloons ...
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Bulletin board: Student art show, concert set for State Theatre in BoyertownReading Eagle•National Penn Bank will host a free community shred day on Saturday from 9 am to 1 pm at its Morgantown office, 3697 Main St. Residents are invited to ...
BUSINESS NEWS: National Penn holds shred event at SunnybrookPottstown MercuryPOTTSTOWN — National Penn Bank kicked off their 6th Annual Free Community Shred events at their Sunnybrook Community Office on May 1. ...
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BUSINESS NEWS IN BRIEFPottstown MercuryBOYERTOWN — National Penn Bank's Private Banking division announced three senior vice presidential promotions. William Schneider, senior vice president has ...
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Pottstown HeraldWayne Tull Joins National Penn BankPottstown HeraldHe reports directly to the Audit Committee of National Penn Bancshares. Prior to joining National Penn Bank, Tull was senior director of financial controls ...
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BUSINESS NEWS IN BRIEFPottstown MercuryBOYERTOWN — National Penn Investment Services, a brokerage program available within National Penn Bank offices, announced that Ed Cwalina and David Dively ...
Pottstown HeraldNew Castle Lawn & Landscape Hosts VIP Ribbon-Cutting CeremonyPottstown HeraldIt has 124 community banking offices in Pennsylvania and one office in Maryland through National Penn Bank and its HomeTowne Heritage Bank, KNBT and Nittany ...
BUSINESS NEWS IN BRIEFPottstown MercuryBOYERTOWN — National Penn Bank's new Veterans Affairs home loan program offers long-term financing to American veterans or their surviving spouse and comes ...
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National Penn's ValuePlus Checking Offers Consumers Piece of MindPottstown HeraldA powerful National Penn Bank checking product gives consumers piece of mind as the stubborn economic downturn has identity theft soaring. ...
SANATOGA PA - Shredding confidential and personal documents, it seems, is an early morning affair. Hannah Hartman, manager of the National Penn Bank branch on East High Street in Sanatoga PA, said dozens of area residents had arrived within just the first hour Saturday (May 1, 2010) for the bank's sixth year in providing free shredding services to the community. Cars filled with boxes destined for disposal streamed up South Sunnybrook Road to the bank parking lot entrance, where National Penn employees helped unload and dump their contents into plastic bins. The bins then were wheeled over to an industrial-grade shredder that chewed full-sized sheets into unrecognizable bits of confetti. Which is exactly what the public hoped for, said National Penn Community Relations Specialist Mary Sobjak. Since the bank began promoting such events in 2005, she reported, its shredders have ground through about 144 tons of confidential paper. Seventy-five tons were pulped last year alone. The numbers could climb higher this year, Sobjak added. The bank has scheduled 25 shredding events across its service area during 2010.
On Monday May 3rd, 2010, Bollywood Comes to Philadelphia... For the first time ever, internationally-acclaimed RAGHAV will be performing on field at an MLB game, as the National League Champion Phillies take on the Cardinals. Entertainment begins at 5:45PM and continues throughout the night...stop by the 3rd Base Plaza. Special performances throughout the night by AATMA PERFORMING ARTS and BROADSTREET BAADSHAHZ. Dance the night away to beats of AKSHAR DHOLIS/ DJ XTC. Free Phillies-themed Hennah Tattoos. For reduced tickets visit the Theme Nights Page on Phillies.com Broadcast Coverage: TV ASIA *A Bollywood Dreams Entertainment Production*'
4/14/2010- Morgan Stanley analysts are initiating coverage of Penn National Gaming (NASDAQ:PENN) with an overweight rating and a $35 price target. Analyst Mark Strawn said, "We believe Penn's deep development pipeline, especially its project in Columbus, OH, will drive significant upside from current levels, making PENN shares a compelling investment. Our EBITDA estimates for Penn's development pipeline exceed consensus by ~40%, driven primarily by our expectations for Penn's Ohio projects. With $500 million of excess cash and an 8% FCF yield, we believe Penn has positioned itself well to take advantage of future growth opportunities and defend its existing portfolio. We believe Penn will continue to participate in the future expansion of domestic gaming supply and will continue to evaluate acquisition opportunities on the Las Vegas Strip." The bank expects fiscal 2010 EPS of $1.10, vs. consensus estimates of $1.05 per share, and fiscal 2011 EPS of $1.46, vs. consensus estimates of $1.32 per share.
Anna Baltzer is a Jewish-American Columbia graduate, former-Fulbright scholar, the granddaughter of Holocaust refugees, and an award-winning lecturer, author, and activist for Palestinian human rights. As a volunteer with the International Women's Peace Service in the West Bank, Baltzer documented human rights abuses and supported Palestinian-led nonviolent resistance to the Occupation. Baltzer has appeared on television more than 100 times (including most recently The Daily Show with Jon Stewart) and lectured at more than 400 universities, schools, churches, mosques, and synagogues around the world with her acclaimed presentation, "Life in Occupied Palestine: Eyewitness Stories & Photos," and her full-color book: Witness in Palestine: A Jewish American Woman in the Occupied Territories. In 2009, Baltzer received the Arab-American Anti-Discrimination Committee's prestigious Annual Rachel Corrie Peace & Justice Award and a Certificate of Commendation from the Governor of Wisconsin for her commitment to justice in the Holy Land. She is a contributor to three upcoming books on the subject and serves on the Middle East committee of the Women's International League for Peace & Freedom and the Board of Directors of The Research Journalism Initiative, Grassroots Jerusalem, and The Council for the National Interest.
Karla Porter, Director of Workforce Development & Human Resources for the Greater Wilkes-Barre Chamber presents a program on how to unleash the power of the #1 professional social networking media site, LinkedIn to network to work. Some of the companies in attendance were: Gavlick Personnel CVS Caremark Frontier Communications Gateway Energy DKSearch First National City Bank Bank of America Telerx MetLife Kane Is Able Inc Penn Fosters RentSomeone.com TMS Health Pack Our Party, LLC Cocktails & Connections is held monthly bringing you the chance to learn something new for your business and to Meet, Mix and Mingle. There is no registration required. Add your business card to our bowl for prize drawing. We recommend that you bring many business card for networking. Complimentary Hors d' oeuvres. Business dress to business casual attire suggested. Must be 21 to enter. Check us out on Facebook Woodlands Cocktails and Connections or follow us on Twitter. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org www.rentsomeone.com
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Louis W. Gentile and Robert E. Meinert partnered to create a comprehensive, professional investigative firm that initially was limited to addressing their clients investigatory needs. The founders recognized almost immediately that those needs began to expand dramatically leading to a commensurate growth in security and investigations expertise. While they could have remained within the professional investigative domain, both founders knew they could not properly serve their clients without offering a full range of services in related fields. Gentile-Meinert & Associates, Inc., established a robust business based on honesty and integrity. Corporate clients sought them to serve in security capacities, and the company quickly became trusted and valued security partners with many national and international companies. Today, GMA has grown to a national presence and has changed its name to Corporate Security and Investigations (CSI), serving companies in every sector of businesses categorized by the Department of Homeland Security as "National Critical Infrastructure" entities. But neither of the founders nor the entire CSI team will ever lose sight that every client is its most important client. All clients need and deserve the best available investigative services, and the CSI remains dedicated to providing these services. Mr. Gentile also founded the Academy of Investigations and Protection which continues to provide graduates with the instruction needed to pursue careers ...
Once again the Penn State women win the NCAA National Championship for Volleyball! Bravo! Job well done!
Around noon on Tuesday, an elderly couple lost control of their vehicle near the drive through window at the National Penn Bank headquarters. The vehicle hit the side of the bank, damaging an air conditioning unit, then crossed West Philadelphia Avenue (Rt. 73), and jumped the sidewalk before smashing into the side of the Boyertown Inn. Were told building owner Maefern Houck was just feet from the window where the vehicle came crashing in at the time of the accident. A large portion of the wall and a window were pushed inside of the building. Crews were called to the scene to assess the situation and soon after, all occupants of the Boyertown Inn were evacuated. A collapse rescue unit was called in to create a plan to stabilize the structure. Damage was reported in the first, second, and third floor. Electricity and water service was shut down as a precaution. Occupants of the Inn either found a place to stay or were sent to St. John's Church. The Red Cross assisted in finding them rooms at local hotels. An oversized load was held up because of the road closure. It was initially blocking the East-bound lane of Rt. 73, but was then moved to a wider portion of the road. This is after two years of renovations to the exterior of the building, but thankfully most of the damage was isolated to one area. We're told nobody was severely injured. WZAR News - www.WZARTV.com
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TEXT OF THE POEM: "With rally towels in hand, and raucous cheers, those faithful fans filled Citizens Bank Park, so frantic for a win to ease their fear they instigated that offensive spark. Martínez, Kendrick, Durbin took the hill and stifled Houston's batters, who scored three. But then the fans were treated to a thrill: four runs in a fourth inning hitting spree, and five insurance runs would total ten. We bellowed when Ibáñez crushed one long; we earned the high regard of William Penn; we wept as Harry Kalas sang his song. The tensions of our city were released: the Phillies won the National League East."
News Conference following G20 Summit.Part 1 September 26, 2009 Pittsburgh Пресс-конференция по итогам саммита «Группы двадцати» 26 сентября 2009 года Питтсбург DMITRY MEDVEDEV: Good afternoon, dear colleagues, ladies and gentlemen, Let me share with you my impressions of the summit. I want to say immediately that in my view we have achieved everything that we set out to accomplish. The results are there for all to see. Of course the most important thing weve done is discuss ways to overcome the global crisis and to construct a new, more up-to-date financial architecture. Its true that we discussed the same things in London, and before that in Washington, but the difference lies in the fact that we have made some important progress. We are no longer discussing the outlines or directions that development should take, but have focused instead on some very specific things. There have recently been some encouraging signs of an upturn in the global economy and in national economies. And Russia is no exception, although we have seen only very small indications of an improvement in the situation. As you know, some countries have experienced an increase in their gross domestic product, and Russia was one of them according to the results for this past summer. Of course ultimately the figures for the whole year will be poor the recession must take its course. Nevertheless, things are changing, so what we discussed today is not just a rapid response to problems associated with the ...