Cham­ber cel­e­brates Glen­side

Glenside News - - POLICEREPORTS - By Caitlin Burns

The Greater Glen­side Cham­ber of Com­merce and the Down­town Glen­side Community Part­ner­ship co-hosted Glen­side Day along Eas­ton Road and Glen­side Av­enue Oct. 13. Lo­cal restau­rants and ven­dors par­tic­i­pated by pro­vid­ing food and crafts to vis­i­tors while they en­joyed the mu­sic of two bands.

“It’s pretty funI” at­tendee Dorothy McCluskey said. “It’s nice to see so many peo­ple pro­vid­ing their goods. It’s a beau­ti­ful day with great mu­sic.”

Par­tic­i­pants at the Wes­ley Plaza hub of Glen­side Day in­cluded Anne’s hitchen Ta­ble restau­rantI Mar­lene D’2UD]LR AGOHU’s finH DUWs, mu­si­cians Diana and Michael McCor­ma­cks and the band The Pru­dent Men. Shops along Eas­ton Road and Glen­side Av­enue were also cel­e­brat­ing the day with spe­cial in-store sav­ings and side­walk sales. Many of the shops do­nated per­cent­ages of their sales for the day to the vic­tims of the 1SMM Church Road FRnGR fiUH.

“It’s nice to be out here shar­ing what I do with peo­pleI” ven­dor D’Orazio Adler said. “I’m very happy we’re still hav­ing a fair like this.”

D’Orazio Adler said she has been at­tend­ing Glen­side Day as a ven­dor since it started in OMM1I when it was hosted by the town­ship. As a res­i­dent of Glen­sideI she en­joys be­ing out in the community and show­ing her hand­made pa­per art.

“It’s funI” she said.

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