In goes a loaf of bread, a bag of stuffing, a 15- to 18-pound turkey, a can of jellied cranberry sauce, a pair of oranges, a bottle of Pepsi, a can of collard greens and an apple pie. In two shifts at the Shoprite on Oregon Ave., 2301 Oregon Ave., more than 100 volunteers came out early Saturday morning to man a box-packing operation that filled nearly 2,000 boxes with the basic necessities for a Thanksgiving feast.
There’s a South-of-South-situated church that Celeste Morello wants to call attention to so that it might be protected as long as possible. St. Charles Borromeo, 902 S. 20th St., is a church designed by architect Edwin Forrest Durang, one of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia’s most prolific and employed designers from the latter part of the 19th century.
We perpetually hear about how misfortunes can be blessings in disguises, but how often do we have the humility to be thankful for what are our undeniably wholesome endowments?
Police detained four minors for supposedly robbing a delivery man of his automobile and cash in Grays Ferry.