MLK service set in Abington
The Abington Township Board of Commissioners cordially invites the public to attend Abington’s 28 Annual Martin Luther hing Memorial Service to be held Monday, Jan. 21 at noon in the Abington High School Auditorium, 900 Highland Ave. The ceremony will feature tributes Ey ORFDO RIfiFLDOV DnG DUHD school students.
The Annual Memorial Award will be presented to the Montford Point MaULnHV (fiUVW $IULFDn-$PHULcan Marines World War II) Congressional Gold Medal oecipients.
The Special oecognition Award will be presented to Mr. oichard s. Washington, World War II seteran, and a member of the Montford Point Marines.
For more information, contact Lawrence T. Matteo Jr., at the Abington Township Building, at 267536-1010.
As part of the process in selecting the next superintendent for the School District of
Cheltenham Township, the board of school directors engaged oay and Associates
Inc., a national search fiUP, WR DVVLVW WKHP Ln WKH search for the district’s next
superintendent of schools.
The school board is seeking community input in the selection of a new superintendent. In particular, it requests that members of the community identify leadership characteristics critical to the role of superintendent. To this end, a
survey has been placed on the SDCT website. The survey, which can be found at
www. cheltenham. org asks participants to select ten leadership qualities they would like the new superintendent to possess.
In addition to selecting from a list of leadership characteristics, survey participants may submit detailed comments on the matter.
Survey results will be utilized to develop the FRPSUHKHnVLYH MRE SURfiOH that will appear in the advertisement for the position. Survey will be available online until 3 p.m., Feb. 1.
Breakfast on tap
On Jan. 26 from 8 to 11 a.m., high school students and their adult leaders will EH PLxLnJ, flLSSLnJ DnG serving pancakes with a connection to Tennessee. Members of the Appalachia Service Project Mission Team from Glenside rnited Church of Christ will be holding their annual pancake breakfast and the whole community is invited.
Tickets are $7 for adults and $4 for children under 12, and will be available at the door.
This fundraising event builds on the teamwork necessary to plan a week in Tennessee, doing home repair as well as serving as an opportunity to help raise the more than $3,000 necessary to send a work crew.
Glenside rnited Church of Christ is located at 2160 Wharton ooad.
For more information, contact Jen oickert at 215284-6874 or the church offiFH DW 215-887-1819.