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Volume 16, Number 4 - July 2008
Community Leaders Receive Distinguished Leadership Awards
Community College of Philadelphia’s three Regional Centers paid tribute to 18 community, civic and business luminaries who demonstrated outstanding commitment to the College and the community at large during the past year. The Distinguished Leadership Awards were presented at separate events at the three Regional Centers, April 29–May 1. “By serving our neighborhoods, we all become winners,” President Curtis said. “Volunteers lend fresh insights that can help communities develop new problem solving skills to meet the challenges of their particular neighborhoods.”
Northeast Regional Center Award Winners pictured with College officials. Standing from left, are President Curtis, George Washington High School football coach and teacher Ron Cohen; City Councilman-at-Large Jack Kelly; College Board Chair Daniel P. McElhatton, Esq.; and The Rev. Thomas Dunleavy, pastor, St. Anselm Church. Seated, from left, is MaSt Community Charter School student Angela Cross, Aid for Friends volunteer Gerry Etling and Martin Bednarek, president and CEO, Washington Savings Bank.
Northwest Regional Center Award Winners. Standing from left, are Michael Hayward, chairman, Let’s Love Logan Community Association Inc.; Andre L. Noble, Small Learning Community coordinator, Imhotep Charter School; and standing in for State Rep. John L. Myers of the 201st Legislative District, his Chief of Staff Stephen Kinsey. Seated, from left, are Tuxedo Caterers Inc. founder and owner Jewel A. Mann-Lassiter; Monique Fortune, a student at Philadelphia High School for Girls and The Rev. Philip D. W. Krey, Ph.D., president and ministerium of New York Professor of Early Church History, The Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia.
West Philadelphia Regional Center Award Winners. Standing from left, are Sayre High School student Westley Goodwin and James Burnett, executive director, West Philadelphia Financial Services Institution. Seated from left are Sister Rose Anthony Spingler, site coordinator,
Immaculate Heart of Mary Center for Literacy; People’s Emergency Center President Gloria Guard; and The Rev. Tokunbo A. Adelekan, Ph.D., pastor, Mt. Olivet Tabernacle Baptist Church. Not pictured is State Rep. Kathy Manderino of the 194th Legislative District.