Friday, April 9, 2021 Yesterday, we were hosted by the Community Center at Visitation for our Easter Egg Hunt. The event was an absolute success and many happy families attended. Also, the 26th Police District Advisory Council was out and being an engaging presence; thank you, Captain Fisher and Officer Jose Dones.
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APM provides an array of professional behavioral health care services. Health care providers, psychiatrists, therapists, case managers, peer support specialists and other staff work together as a single team to treat the whole you, in two convenient locations in Philadelphia.
En esta edición de T62 Al Momento te llevamos al inicio de clases de los niñitos del prekínder en la Asociación Puertorriqueños en Marcha al norte de Filadelfia.
By Corey Davis Monday, April 5, 2021 1:39PM Wearing a face mask is part of how students in the Asociación Puertorriqueños en Marcha’s (APM) Pre-K program will remember their first day of school. PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) — Two Philadelphia organizations provided hundreds of bags of essential PPE to returning PreK students and their families in the…
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