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Greetings Friends and Members of The Coalition, Inc.,

The official Weekend Of Peace is upon us, July 31st and August 1st. There
will be no issue of News From The Coalition, Inc. this week. We will resume,
GOD willing August 6th.

Below is a listing of registered site activities for the remainder of the
Weekend Of Peace.

Kingsessing Recreation Center

49th St. and Kingsessing Ave.

Saturday 10am to 6pm - Family Day Festival – Health and Safety Fair – “March
For Peace” – The Ivan ‘Pick’ Brown Invitational Basketball Tournament -
Mayor Michael Nutter presiding over the release of the Memorial Balloons for

Sunday 5pm to 7:30pm – Gospel Night

Eastwick Recreation Center

80th and Mars Place

Saturday, July 31st Honoring Hardy Williams, girls H.S. basketball
tournament. Anthony Williams - special guest

Philadelphia vs So. Carolina basketball invitational men’s teams. Senator

Lest We Forget Black Holocaust Museum Of Slavery Exhibit in the main room.

Cobbs Creek Recreation Center

63rd and Spruce Sts.

Basketball Clinic, Basketball Tournament and Track and Field events.

J Finnegan Recreation Center

69th & Grovers Ave

Cricket Tournament and BBQ

Rivera Recreation Center

5th & Allegheny Ave

Rivera Men's Basketball Games   9 am - 2 pm

Rivera 12 & Under Baseball Games 10 am - 1 pm

Simons Recreation Center

Woolston St. & Walnut Lane

Basketball tournament

Pepper Recreation Center (Middle School)

84th and Crane (between Bartram and Lindbergh)

Pepper Softball All Star Game For Peace (Double-Header) vs 43rd Street Café
Tigers from Newark, NJ, begins at 12 noon following a moment of silence and
releasing of the Memorial Balloons for Peace.

Lancaster Avenue Business Assoc.

43rd St. & Lancaster Ave

*Join Us!  Recognizing the 7th Annual 2010 Weekend of Peace!    *

Showcase Community Services Inc. /

Lancaster Avenue Business Association-CDC & local community partners,

3rd Annual “Day of Peace on Lancaster Ave.”  The venue will provide
residents with- Community Speaks –Against Violence, Open Mic, Health
Screening, music, entertainment, resource & information outreach, Mural Arts
Paint Project, Step w/ Gold Coast Buccaneers Drill Team and Refreshments
Compliments of Brown Family ShopRite… Special Guest- State Rep. Vanessa
Lowery Brown

Saturday, July 31, 2010

Time:  10:00 AM until 3:00 PM

Location:  4232 Lancaster Avenue /Community Lot /*featuring* “Local Heroes

For Interested Site Participants & More Information - Contact: Sister
Muhammad 267 602 5037 or e-mail

If your organization would like to join the Walk for Peace on Saturday July
31st, please contact Lorraine Thomas 215.727.4721 ext. 5141 or Sharon McCollum 215.727.4721 ext. 5179

The Coalition, Inc. and the Black Holocaust Museum Of Slavery, are offering
alternatives to the families of victims of violence as activist Paul
“Earthquake” Moore works to remove decaying makeshift memorials. Curator Jo
Raggs, is making available permanent space in his museum for funeral
programs or obituaries of those lost through violence. Information may be
sent directly to the museum at 3650 Richmond St. Philadelphia, PA 19134 or
email JORA...@AOL.COM. Call 215.397.6060 for more information.

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*The true meaning of life is to plant trees, under whose shade you do not
expect to sit. - Nelson Henderson*

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