Tuesday, March 20, 2012

You're Invited: LTSP Groundbreaking and Community Celebration Lunch Thursday at 12 noon

You're Invited: LTSP Groundbreaking and Community Celebration Lunch Thursday at 12 noon

The Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia (LTSP) invites the Northwest Philadelphia Community to join us in celebrating the groundbreaking for the final section of The Brossman Center, the "Library Connector," and to recognize Pennsylvania state Representative Cherelle L. Parker (D-200th district) for her work in the community and supporting LTSP. The connector that will join the historic Krauth Memorial Library to The Brossman Center on the seminary campus. It will provide handicapped access to the library, which is used by both seminary faculty and students and members of the community. A community lunch in Benbow Hall of The Brossman Center immediate follows the ceremony.

Pennsylvania state Representative Cherelle L. Parker represents portions of Philadelphia county, including the Mt. Airy neighborhood where LTSP is located. Rep. Parker has been important to the development of The Brossman Center as a community resource to Mt. Airy and the wider Northwest Philadelphia community, and was instrumental in making the connector a reality by providing $500,000 in state capital assistance funding for the construction.

Event: Groundbreaking for the Library Connector of The Brossman Center of The Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia and Community Celebration Lunch

When: Thursday, March 22, 2012 starting at 12 noon, with lunch following

Where: The campus of The Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia, 7301 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19119 - location will be the space between the Krauth Memorial Library and The Brossman Center. A campus map is available at http://Ltsp.edu/campus-map, parking is available on campus adjacent to the library and The Brossman Center

Who: LTSP President Philip Krey, PA Representative Cherelle L. Parker, other seminary and community dignitaries

Invited:  Members of the Northwest Philadelphia community

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