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PNN Newsletter: Jan 6th Voter Registration Event, Youth Journalists, Volunteer Connect, More

PNN’s mission is to engage, educate and empower our neighbors to make our City a better place to live. Here’s what’s coming up in each of these areas:

  • Engage: Voter Registration

  • Educate: G'town Radio Wants Youth Journalists

  • Empower: Volunteer Connect

Northwest Volunteer Connect

Saturday, January 6th, 10AM-1PM, Summit Church, 6757 Greene Street

Our friends at Summit Church are hosting a Northwest Volunteer Connect that will feature 20 organizations including Awbury Arboretum, East & West Mt Airy Neighbors and others. Click below for details.


Voter Registration at Constitution Center

Saturday, January 6th, 12PM-2PM, Constitution Center, 5th & Market Street

Voter Registration will be a key component of our election strategy in 2024. We have some volunteer friends from Delco who will be registering new voters in front of the National Constitution Center on Saturday, Jan. 6th. If you are interested in helping, then don your PNN tee-shirt and join the fun! Clipboards and on-the-spot training provided.


Germantown Radio is Looking for Youth Journalists

GTown Radio is looking for young people 12 to 17 years old interested in journalism - fact and opinion - to help create radio talk show programs. Participants will learn how to choose topics for discussion, conduct interviews with guests, add commentary and create broadcast-ready programs on environment, culture and other topics of interest.

The team meets at Germantown Life Enrichment Center on Saturdays. There is no fee to participate, but donations are welcome. For details, please email PNN Steering Committee member Conni Billé  or call at 215-285-8136.


This Week in History

Jan 6, 2021 Attempted Coup on United States. Right-wing cult worshipers of former president Trump assaulted the Capitol building in an attempt to stop the certification of the presidential vote count by Congress. They were barely thwarted by Capitol Police.

Jan 7, 1789 First U.S. Presidential Election. This day was chosen by our first congress for states to choose electors to select our nation's first President. George Washington won in a landslide.

Jan 10, 1946 – First Meeting of U.N. The first General Assembly of the United Nations, comprising 51 nations, convened in London.

Thanks for your activism!

Tim Brown, Organizing Director


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