Ted Behr

Good News! $570 Million for Philly Schools!

By Ted Behr | January 22, 2021 | 0 Comments

COVID Stimulus funds part of new national program Relief from the Covid-19 pandemic takes many forms.  Parents were aware that the December 2020 federal Emergency Supplemental Appropriations Act ESSER II […]

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COVID-19 Vaccines – Important Update

By Ted Behr | January 22, 2021 | Comments Off on COVID-19 Vaccines – Important Update

Pres. Biden declares a national emergency Thanks to Dr. Daniel Taylor, the dedicated creator of “Cap4Kids” (www.cap4kids.org/philadelphia), there is available a  comprehensive release by the City of COVID-19 vaccination plans […]

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President Biden– Helping Those in Need

By Ted Behr | January 22, 2021 | 0 Comments

Biden’s family volunteers Philabundance Nothing exemplifies for us the difference between the incoming and outgoing occupants of the White House in Washington DC that their respective activities on MLK Day […]

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TPC Parent Café

By Ted Behr | January 15, 2021 | Comments Off on TPC Parent Café

Dealing with Change Turning Points For Children (TP4C) is sponsoring a new virtual Parent Caré on the subject “Cultivating Change.” If there is one element in our society today which […]

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Weekly COVID-19 Count – Philly is Down

By Ted Behr | January 15, 2021 | Comments Off on Weekly COVID-19 Count – Philly is Down

The answer is safety & protection At a 14-day average of 611 cases per day Philadelphia’s per capita COVID-19 cases are among the four lowest counties in the state, according […]

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New Federal Stimulus Relief Package – What’s in it for Me?

By Ted Behr | December 23, 2020 | Comments Off on New Federal Stimulus Relief Package – What’s in it for Me?

Congress has approved a further round of payments under the new Federal Stimulus Package.  As of this date, there is no indication that Mr. Trump will sign it, but the […]

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Heinz Refuge Celebrates Its Volunteers

By Ted Behr | December 13, 2020 | 0 Comments

Food, Gifts, and Thanks for Community Partners “This has certainly been an interesting year! Many of the things we are used to doing have had to be adjusted to the […]

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The Dark Pandemic Days Ahead!

By Ted Behr | December 11, 2020 | Comments Off on The Dark Pandemic Days Ahead!

Antietam 1863? World Trade Center 2001? San Francisco Quake 1906? Pearl Harbor 1941? American Hospitals this week?  What do they have in common?   High one-day death tolls in the thousands! […]

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FAITH, (MIS)TRUST, & Covid-19 – Town Hall: Dec 15

By Ted Behr | December 11, 2020 | Comments Off on FAITH, (MIS)TRUST, & Covid-19 – Town Hall: Dec 15

Vaccination will save Black Lives – and That Matters! Finally, some light at the end of the pandemic tunnel! Community and faith leaders and key medical caregivers will gather for […]

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Brightening the Day at Thanksgiving

By Ted Behr | November 25, 2020 | 0 Comments

Councilman Johnson sponsors turkeys for 500 families It was a grey day, last Sunday, but City Councilman Kenyatta Johnson and friends brought a little sunshine into the lives of many […]

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