Posts tagged Philadelphia

Fashion Friday — Cocoagraph a fine combo of chocolate and fashion

   October 18, 2013 12:08 pm    0

This has very little to do with fashion, but a young woman created a business that basically allows you to take a picture, and her company, Cocoagraph, turns it into a chocolate bar. I saw it in InStyle and online and had to share it. Rae Vittorelli founded Cocoagraph – Chocolate Photograph Co. Educated in…

 

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Her Times: What we didn’t have room for

   September 1, 2013 10:46 am    0

Every issue of Her Times is inspiring, and we always have more than we can pack into any issue. Here’s some of the fun stuff we couldn’t get in. At left is a photo of some of the terrific women involved in Athena. I’ve had the pleasure to serve on a planning committee with them, and…

 

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How was your mom a role model?

   May 12, 2013 11:20 am    0

In honor of Mother’s Day, I am reposting The Pennsylvania Conference for Women‘s e-mail message that quotes what women have said about their moms as role models — like the one at left. The Pennsylvania Conference for Women is the largest women’s conference in the state.  It is scheduled for Tuesday, October 29 in Philadelphia. Here are…

 

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Book it — grab the kids, it’s National Library Week

   April 16, 2013 11:41 am    0

It’s National Library week, and I remember great times with my kids at many of Erie’s public library locations. We often visited the West Erie Plaza branch, and we were regulars at the Blasco Library on the bayfront. One celeb that most impresses me with what she has done in regard to reading is Honorary…

 

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