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City Ave District – Women’s Personal Brand Building Event

How to Build Your Personal Brand while Staying True to Yourself

Speaker: Nicole Stephenson, Director of Society of Professional Women
The Main Line Chamber of Commerce

March is Women’s History Month, a month which honors the extraordinary achievements of American women. In keeping true to the month, The City Ave District invites women from all over the District to attend this free lunch & learn.

This event is Sponsored by MassMutual Greater Philadelphia

Date: Wednesday, March 27, 2019
Location: MassMutual Greater Philadelphia
2 Bala Plaza, 8th Floor Events Center, Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004
Time: 11:30am – 1pm
*includes free lunch

Nicole Stephenson leads the Society of Professional Women™(SPW) for The Main Line Chamber of Commerce.

SPW provides engaging and impactful programs attended by professional women (and 17% men) from companies of all sizes across the Philadelphia region to accelerate and expand the influence of women leaders of all professions and generations, strengthen the business community and support the region’s non-profit organizations. It is the largest program run by the Chamber and the largest women’s professional development group in the region.


R4L Honeygrow Fundraiser

Come out to Honeygrow on March 22nd ~ALL DAY~ to support SJU Relay for Life! 20% of all proceeds will be donated to RFL! CASH ONLY!!!!!! Show the flyer at checkout!


On the Horizon: Medical Updates from the 2018 SABCS

Join us for a webinar to hear about the latest medical updates from the 2018 San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium.

Our expert, William J. Gradishar, MD, FASCO, FACP, will discuss trials like KATHERINE, SOLAR-1 and Impassion-130 that could lead to new treatments. You’ll also learn about studies that could help doctors recommend the right treatments at the right times in early and metastatic breast cancer, whether it’s surgery, radiation therapy or hormonal therapy.

Learn what these options could mean today and tomorrow, and what information you need to talk about your treatment choices with your healthcare providers.

Our webinar begins with a 45-minute conversation with our expert about the latest medical updates from the 2018 San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium. During the last 15 minutes, ask questions or make comments during the interactive Q&A.

Find more details and register: https://bit.ly/2QHhuUZ


Safeguard Your Home Against Fire

Is your house a fire hazard? Would you be able to get out in case of an emergency? On January 16, 7:30pm, come hear our own Union Fire House review the safety or our homes and give up to date safety tips on keeping our loved ones and our homes safe.



in Lower Merion

Pastrami is a very popular delicatessen meat usually made from beef but sometimes is made from pork, mutton or turkey.  Pastrami was originally created as a way to preserve meat before modern refrigeration. The raw meat is placed in brine, then partially dried, seasoned with various herbs and spices, smoked and steamed.

In celebration of Hot Pastrami Sandwich Day, here are 3 local restaurants in the Lower Merion area that carry this delicious sandwich:

Hymie’s Delicatessen

Stop in Hymie’s Delicatessen for a Homemade Hot Pastrami or a Turkey Pastrami Sandwich. They also have a Pastrami Burger!

342 Montgomery Ave, Merion Station, PA 19066

Katz’s Deli

Take your pick of these available sandwiches. Pastrami Sandwich, Turkey Breast & Pastrami Club Sandwich, Barbeque Pastrami Sandwich or a Pastrami Burger. They also have other sandwiches that include pastrami.

225 E City Ave, Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004

Murray’s Deli

Enjoy a deli-made Pastrami Sandwich or a Hot Pastrami Platter.

285 Montgomery Ave Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004

Honoring a Lower Merion sports star who died serving his country 100 years ago

in Bala Cynwyd/Lower Merion
Photo Source: Wikipedia

Source: Main Line Media News

LOWER MERION — It’s a common practice to place flowers or wreaths on the graves of departed loved ones. But sometimes people leave other things — photos, small stones or even coins.

But there’s a tombstone in Bala Cynwyd where people have been known to leave something very different: hockey pucks.

The pucks are to commemorate the life of a man by the name of Hobart (Hobey) Amory Hare Baker, a Lower Merion native who went on to become a star athlete at Princeton but then was tragically killed 100 years ago in France.

When the United States entered World War I, Baker went off to France to serve in the Army Air Service. He never made it home.

In December of 1918, just over a month after the armistice that ended the war was signed, his plane crashed, killing him.

Today, he is buried in his home township of Lower Merion at West Laurel Hill Cemetery, and it’s on that tombstone where hockey fans have been to known to leave pucks in honor of the man.

Continue reading on Main Line Media News

Bala Cynwyd’s Dairy Cafe Closes, Kosher Pizzeria Coming: Report

in Bala Cynwyd/Lower Merion
Photos source from Patch.com

Source: Patch

It was a good run for the Montgomery Avenue cafe, as it has closed after three and a half years of serving Main Liners.

BALA CYNWYD, PA – After three and a half years of serving Main Line residents, Bala Cynwyd’s The Dairy Cafe has closed.

According to Philly.com, the Montgomery Avenue cafe has closed, but its owners have plans to open another eatery nearby.

Read more on Patch.

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