|Posted on April 7, 2016 at 3:50 PM||comments (2)|
2016 Philly Spring Clean Up
The 9th Annual Philly Spring Cleanup is set for:
Date: Saturday, April 9th 2016
Time: 9AM - 2PM
Place :6211 W. CHEW AVE. Philadelphia PA
This is a great way for you, your family, your friends and your neighbors to get involved and do your part to keep our city looking its best. Dedication like yours, along with the can-do attitude of thousands of volunteers all over the city, is exactly what we need to meet our goals.
Food Donations Are Needed for Volunteers Meeting
CBNC would like 100 Volunteers to participate in the Clean Up this year. Spread The Word Far and Near.
Additionally - We will be distributing 1000 Absentee Ballots and VOTER
Save-the-Date and come out and join us.
Light refreshments will be served. Donations are greatly appreciated
Please RSVP your intent to attend by April 7th , 2016 via email. We look forward to seeing you at this forum.
Rev. Chester H. Williams
President & Founder
|Posted on October 15, 2015 at 8:15 PM||comments (0)|
The Chew and Belfield Neighbors Club, Inc.
Math, Reading & Writing Tutoring Sessions by College Professors and Professionals
Tutoring Start Date: Sat. Oct. 3, 2015
Tutoring Times: 10 AM – 12 Noon
Location: Wissahickon Charter School - Gymnasium
815 E. Washington Lane, Philadelphia, PA 19138
Tutoring End Date: April, 2016
Ages: 7 - 99
(Sessions take place every Saturday, except for inclement weather.)
***All students and tutors must register Contact Rev. Chester Williams: 215-849-8021
|Posted on October 15, 2015 at 8:05 PM||comments (0)|
PENNSYLVANIA REGIONAL CANDIDATES ￼￼￼￼ ￼
You are Invited to be a part of All Candidates Night ￼This is a great opportunity for you to come out and talk with Philadelphia residents about important issues concerning our region, as well as, answer questions from the audience. This is a chance for voters to learn more about you, and a chance for you to express why you are running for office. This forum will be held as follows:
DATE: Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2015 TIME: 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM
PLACE: Wissahickon Charter School Awbury Campus Gymnasium 815 E. Washington Lane (at Clearview Street) Philadelphia, PA 19138
***Please RSVP your interest to participate as a Candidate in this forum by contacting Rev. Chester H. Williams - CBNC President & Founder, before Friday, Oct. 16, 2015. You may email him at [email protected] or call him at (215) 849-8021.
|Posted on May 18, 2015 at 12:55 AM||comments (0)|
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|Posted on June 10, 2014 at 12:20 AM||comments (0)|
The Purpose of a Registered Community Organization (RCO)
A primary function of a City of Philadelphia RCO, is to notify members of the nearest community about proposed developmental or other projects where a “variance” has been requested. A “variance” is defined as an exception to a current variance status. If a variance is approved/granted, and for whatever reason/s the premises are left vacant for 3 years, the variance status will revert back to the original status prior to the approved change.
The role of the CBNC’s RCO Committee is to:
(1) Provide information to the surrounding community about requested variance changes, by way of distributing flyers and during community meetings. Whenever possible, regular Community and Variance Notification Meetings will be held within the convenience of CBNC’s boundaries so that meetings are easily accessible. If or when there are no available locations within CBNC boundaries, a location will be sought closest to the outside of CBNC’s boundaries.
(2) Schedule “Variance Notification Meetings” for the community to meet and discuss the potential impact of the proposed variance changes. Notice of the Variance Notification Meetings will be distributed at least 5 days prior to the meeting.
Voting is only done by community members located within the immediate area who could be directly impacted by the proposed variance changes. Individuals who are CBNC RCO Committee Members, CBNC regular Board Members or associated Attorneys, are ineligible to vote for support or non-support for a variance variance and therefore must leave the room when a vote is being cast so that the vote is not unduly influenced in any way. If they choose to cast their personal vote, they may, however, step-down from their Committee, Board or legal positions, and cast their vote as a homeowner, business owner or other pertinent party.
What happens during a Joint RCO Meeting?
When a vote has been conducted, each meeting must be documented indicating:
(1) an established Agenda; (2) Minutes; (3) the number of those in attendance; and (4) the number of “Yes” and “No” votes, respectively
For more Information please refer to the attached document and www.phila.gov/map
|Posted on September 30, 2013 at 5:20 PM||comments (0)|
Thank you -- --- President Rev. Chester H. Williams
|Posted on July 11, 2013 at 10:30 PM||comments (0)|
Attention CBNC Members
We at the CBNC would first like to thank you for being a member of the organization. We are proud of the many community successes achieved by our group, but in order for our organization to continue its growth, we need your help. Each member is being asked to volunteer a minimum of 20-24 hours per calendar year (only 2 hrs per month), so that our group can continue its important work. Please review the following list of our yearly programs that are in need of committee leaders and team members and let us know where you can help-out:
Math Tutoring Program Sept.-May Sat. 10am-2pm
Volunteer Clean-Up Program May-Oct Wed. 9am-3pm
Chess Team Year Round Sat. 10am-12pm
Checkers Team Year Round Sat. 10am-12pm
Bowling Team Year Round Sat. 10am-12pm
“Volunteerism” helps the CBNC in a variety of ways. Among those benefits, it helps the organization solve community problems, teaches your valuable skills to others, can make a difference in the lives of others and also looks good on your resume.
The CBNC provides a Certificate of Recognition to its volunteers, and when feasible, nutritious snacks during the time of their volunteer services.
Please confirm receipt of this letter and tell us on which program/s you are able to volunteer with the CBNC.
|Posted on October 11, 2012 at 11:15 PM||comments (0)|
The Founder/President has the authority to appoint individuals to Officer positions as needed. Positions will be held for a period of one year, unless the individual is found to be unfit or resigns. After holding a position for one year, the body of members will take a vote as to whether or not an appointed individual should continue to serve for an additional one year term. All elections will be by closed ballots. Members must be present for their votes to count.
Individuals desiring to run for an Officer position, will also be presented to the body of members for consideration and then vote will be taken to determine who will be elected to serve in that position for the next one year term. Elections are held annually, on the last Wednesday in the month of January, weather permitting.
Due to the broad range of community activities in which the CBNC is involved, all Officers and Board Members must complete and submit a copy of the results to the CBNC Founder/President, for the following two clearances: (1) Pennsylvania Child Abuse History Clearance and (2) Pennsylvania State Police Request For Criminal Record Check.
|Posted on November 1, 2011 at 6:05 PM||comments (6)|
Temple University’s Non-Profit Management Certificate Program (NPMCP) Fall 2011 Schedule and Registration Form
These non-credit bearing seminars listed below are offered to individuals seeking to increase their knowledge about non-profit management but who cannot commit to the full semester of training.
All seminars will take place at Temple University Ritter Annex, 1301 Cecil B. Moore Avenue, Kiva Auditorium, unless otherwise noted
Wednesday, November 2nd 1pm to 3pm
21st Century IT in Non-Profit Agencies: Assessing Your IT Needs and Using IT Effectively Facilitated by Sheri Stahler, Associate Vice President, Temple Computer Services Location: Temple University TECH Center, Room 109 12th Street & Montgomery Avenue
Wednesday, November 16th 2pm to 5pm
Human Resource Development: Working with People series Part 1: Understanding & Managing Self & Others the ―Emotionally Intelligent‖ Way Facilitated by Dr. Karen Cherwony, Temple University Department of Human Resources (ret)
Wednesday, November 30th 2pm to 5pm
Human Resource Development: Working with People series Part 2: Diversity: It isn’t Just Black and White Facilitated by Dr. Marie Amey-Taylor, Temple University Department of Human Resources
Wednesday, December 7th 2pm to 5pm
Human Resource Development: Working with People series Part 3: Influence With & Without Authority and Building and Sustaining Teamwork, Collaboration & Trust When You’re on Top & When You’re Not Facilitated by Eric Brunner, SPHR, Temple University Department of Human Resources
**For additional information contact President Rev. Chester H. Williams (215) 849-8021