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Thursday, February 18

 

Community Forum with Light Dinner

Coatesville Parks, Recreation & Open Space Action Plan

6:30-8:30 pm (Doors open at 6:10 pm)

Scott Middle School Gymnasium (800 Olive Street)

There is no charge, but please RSVP by clicking here or call 610-353-5587 x 312

 

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1942 – 2016

The Reverend Canon Stephen W. Price

 
The Brandywine Health Foundation is sad to report the loss of a dear friend and board member, The Reverend Canon Stephen W. Price, 73, of Downingtown, who passed away on Sunday, January 24, 2016 at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. He was the beloved husband of Kathleen Deets Price, chair of the foundation's Garden Party Committee, whom he referred to as "the love of his life" throughout their 23 years of marriage.  
 
According to Frances Sheehan, President and CEO, "Stephen brought a wealth of experience fighting poverty and promoting civil rights, and was tremendously proud of his association with the Coatesville community. We liked to commiserate about our shared alma mater, Wesleyan University, where he met Martin Luther King Jr. and was inspired to follow him to Selma.  His steely courage lay just beneath a peaceful spirit, and I will particularly miss that it was not unusual for him to read a contemplative, thought-provoking prayer or verse to begin a meal or conversation."    Read more

 

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The Coatesville Area Youth Philanthropy Program is the first program in this area that gives teens here the opportunity to give back to their community by awarding funds to organizations through grant-making. Click here to read more.

The Brandywine Health Foundation has announced grants totaling $308,000, bringing the Foundation's total giving since it began awarding grants in 2002 to just under $14.5 million.  Learn more here!

Would you know where to send someone in the midst of a crisis? Join nearly 1,000 individuals from throughout Chester County, become a Mental Health First Aider!  Click here to read more in the news and for more information on upcoming trainings!

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