AAA Holiday Party: the 18th, not the 11th The annual holiday party of the African-American Association of Administrators Faculty and Staff is tomorrow (not last Wednesday as mistakenly published here last week) but the time and place were right: noon-2 p.m. in the third floor conference room of Lauder-Fischer Building.
Steppin' Out: The Trolleys Take an Encore the 18th Last week's trolley ride that extended Steppin' Out shoppingall the way out to the Firehouse Farmer's Market was such a success it will be repeated tomorrow during the last of the 5-8 p.m. holiday shopping sprees, Coordinator Helen Walker says. But next spring the whole Steppin' Out program itself will be back for an encore: "The storekeepers loved it, the shoppers loved it, so we're going to do it again in April," Ms. Walker said.
Collecting Coats for the Needy: Through January 20 The Program for Student-Community Involvement is a drop-off site for the 1st Annual Philadelphia Cares Coat Drive now through January 20. Coats, for adults and children, as well as hats, scarfs, and gloves, can be brought to Room 200, Houston Hall, Mondays through Fridays between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. The drive is sponsored by Advanta in partnership with United Parcel Service which delivers the donations to Philadelphia Cares to be given to Philadelphians through community organizations.
Collecting Toys for Children in CHOP: Through December 23 Penn Tower Hotel and its restaurant PT's are collecting gifts to be distributed on Christmas Eve to children at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. Now through December 23, they will be accepting donations and displaying them under the Christmas tree in PT's. Gifts do not have to be wrapped. Contact Thomas Keiper at 387-8333 for more info or bring your gift to the restaurant.
Volume 43 Number 16
December 17, 1996
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