Howardena Pindell, Distinguished Daughter, Jan. 1961
Howardena Pindell, GHS Jan. 1961: What Remains To Be Seen
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Howardena Pindell (January 1961), Groundbreaking, Multidisciplinary Artist and Distinguished Daughter Her work will be on exhibit at Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago IL for just a few more days, May 20th. However, her art works are in the permanent collections of major museums such as the Metropolitan Museum, the Museum of Modern Art,and the Brooklyn Museum in NY; the Philadelphia Art Museum and the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in PA; the National … Read More

Annual Business Meeting and Luncheon
Annual Meeting Luncheon
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You’re cordially invited to Moving Forward: Looking Back Celebrating 170 years of the Philadelphia High School for Girls 129th Annual Meeting and Luncheon Saturday, April 21, 2018 Reunions: 10:00 to 12:00 Noon Luncheon: 12:00 – 3:00 PM Sheraton Philadelphia Downtown Hotel 17th and Race Streets Philadelphia, PA 19103 Ticket cost $75.00 Member Discount: $65 until March 16th To receive the member discount you must have registered and paid dues on our MemberPlanet platform in the … Read More

Remembering Evelyn Denenberg Richman
Remembering Evelyn Denenberg Richman
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Evelyn Denenberg Richman passed away peacefully from complications of a stroke on January 17, 2018, at the age of 87. She was predeceased by her parents, Jack and Rose Denenberg; her brother, Simon Denenberg; and her beloved husband, Sandy Richman. She is survived by her son, Barry (Deborah) and daughter, Jeanne (Carol-Ann). She was Bubbie Bubbles to Sarah and Jacob. Evelyn’s passions were her family, the Phillies (she threw out a first pitch on … Read More

Alumnae Association appreciates Lorraine Rena Perloff Brill
Lorraine Rena (Perloff) Brill, Thank You!
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On Oct. 21, 2017, beloved wife of the late Martin Brill; loving mother of Joni (Todd) Brill Dashoff, Ilene (Martin Klinger) Brill and David Brill; adored grandmother of Jared and Alan Dashoff passed. Services were held on Wednesday, October 25th at Goldsteins’ Rosenberg’s Raphael-Sacks, where we united to share appreciation of an unforgettable presence on our Alumnae Association Board. A Life Well Lived Lorraine worked as a children’s librarian for the Free Library of … Read More

Annual Luncheon and Meeting with the Honorable Shirley Clarke Franklin
Reflections: 2017 Annual Meeting Luncheon: Educate a Girl, Change the World
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Alumnae and invited guests attended the 128th Annual Business Meeting and Luncheon held April 22nd at the Sheraton Philadelphia Downtown Hotel. The theme, “Educate a Girl: Change the World,” promoted and celebrated the investment in girls’ education. We gathered and the fellowship was rich This year, attendees were greeted by a new addition, a spectacular new backdrop giving the luncheon a red-carpet ambiance. Opening the luncheon were words of praise for our Alma Mater … Read More

New Membership Platform
The Future Is Now
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To accomplish the goals of our strategic plan, we’ve updated our membership infrastructure to take advantage of new technology.  In a phased implementation, the Alumnae Association is updating our website and membership portal.  The new platform gives us a centralized dashboard for 90% of our activities, improving communication, transparency, and engagement. Here are a few of the benefits you’ll see: Manage your own member profile and contact information Manage dues payments and donations with just … Read More

Executive Board Retreat Recap
Recap of the 2016 Executive Board Retreat
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As you can see from the above invitation to ‘Classic Cars Under the Stars,’ we’ve already begun activating plans solidified at the most productive Executive Retreat we’ve ever convened. Yes, I know that I say that every year. It’s simply because they keep getting better. Our theme in August was “A Vision Forward,” and we raised the bar. Challenged with an aggressive retreat agenda, we completed a two-year plan for the association aligned with … Read More

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