Philadelphia

Blair and Serena er I mean Mayor Nutter and Mayor Street appear at an event tomorrow together

NEWS ALERT
MAYOR MICHAEL A. NUTTER AND FORMER MAYOR JOHN F. STREET
UNVEIL FIRST PRESIDENT’S HOUSE TRIBUTE AT MAC ANNUAL LUNCHEON TOMORROW

WHO:

Mayor Michael A. Nutter (President’s House award presentation)

Former Mayor John F. Street (President’s House award presentation)

Bring It Home Recipients: Melanie Burney, Deirdre Childress, and Sarah Glover– National Association of Black Journalists
Community Impact Recipient: Rev. Luis A. Cortes, Jr. – Esperanza
Industry Appreciation Recipient: E. Steven Collins– Radio One Philadelphia
Lifetime Achievement Recipient: Tom Muldoon – Philadelphia Convention & Visitors Bureau
Pioneer Recipient: Mae Reeves– Famous Philadelphia Milliner
Share the Heritage Recipients: Jeri Lynne Johnson – Black Pearl Chamber Orchestra and the Philadelphia Asian American Film Festival

WHAT: The Philadelphia Multicultural Affairs Congress (MAC), a division of the Philadelphia Convention & Visitors Bureau (PCVB), celebrates its 16th
Annual Recognition Luncheon entitled, “Giving Voice: Past, Present, and Future”, by honoring the nation’s newest and most eye-opening
historical site, The President’s House- Freedom and Slavery in the Making of a New Nation, with an unveiling at the luncheon by both
Philadelphia’s current and past mayors.

WHEN: Friday, October 29, 2010
Registration: 11:15am, Program & Lunch: Noon-1:30pm


WHERE: Hyatt Regency Philadelphia at Penn’s Landing, 201 South Columbus Boulevard


IF this event wasn’t monumental enough, I’d like to see a good cat fight too. (Maybe Sam Katz will show up?)