Author: Stephen Harris, firstname.lastname@example.org
Event Date: 6/3/16
Time: 5:30 pm
New Hope and Lambertville,
Release Date: 5/26/16
Up for the challenge? Which town will reign supreme on the Delaware River? New Hope? Lambertville? Dragon Boat Adventures, llc and Amplify Your Voice; social marketing for local business, are co-producing a new cross-bridge challenge on the Delaware River, a Dragon boat race between New Hope and Lambertville, where we plan to raise over . . .
Bucks residents will join activists from all over Pennsylvania in Harrisburg Monday for the Rally in the Rotunda in support of the background check bill
Author: Shira Goodman, email@example.com or 215-680-1163
Event Date: 5/16/16
Release Date: 5/12/16
Bucks County residents will board a bus MONDAY MORNING, May 16 at 8:15 AM and travel to the Capitol Rotunda in Harrisburg to join Pennsylvanians from every region united in support of legislation to require background checks for every gun sale (HB 1010 and SB 1049). Organized by CeaseFirePA and Pennsylvania United for Background Checks, the . . .
Nation's Elite Free Agent Players to Compete in Front of NBA, WNBA & FIBA Scouts
Event Date: 6/25/16
Sponsor: International Ball Players United
Pottstown Senior High School,
750 N. Washington Street, Pottstown, PA 19464
Release Date: 5/11/16
In the midst of “Nova Nation” frenzy, former Villanova Basketball Star Howard Brown (1995-1999) is returning to his hometown of Pottstown, PA with his full service player management, marketing and consulting International Ball Players United, LLP (iBall United) for the Second Annual iBall Pro Combine.
This innovative two-day . . .
Throw Away Dogs Project
Author: Carol Skaziak, 267-307-4686, Throwawaydogscarol@gmail.com
Sponsor: Throw Away Dogs Project
Release Date: 5/6/16
The local Philadelphia based Non Profit Organization Throw Away Dogs Project has been hitting the country by storm this past year. The Organization turns rescue dogs into working K9 Police dogs then donates them to Police Departments around the nation that cannot afford a K9 dog. . . .