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Sagady-Kunz to wed
Cary and Cindy Sagady of Chester Springs announce the engagement of their daughter, Krystin, of Philadelphia, to Keith Kunz, of Mt. Airy, son of Kenneth and Alexine Kunz, also of Mt. Airy.
Krystin is a graduate of Downingtown Senior High School and Syracuse University. She works as a sales representative.
Keith is a graduate of Bishop McDevitt High School and Temple University. He is an engineer with the television station Fox 29.
A May 22, 2010, wedding is planned at Radnor Hunt in Malvern.

The couple will reside in Chestnut Hill.

A Lesson in Giving. When Dolores Seriani relocated to The Manor at Chestnut Hill Assisted Living community, she often shared wonderful stories of her school days at John Story Jenks School in Chestnut Hill. When the Jenks students occasionally visit during the school year to conduct various art projects and music, Seriani, a 1945 graduate always reminisced with them. To show appreciation to students and teachers. The Manor at Chestnut Hill invited residents, staff, families and the community to donate school supplies to their recently conducted “Back to School Drive”. Picture with kindergarten students are J.S. Jenks graduate Dolores Seriani (left) and Principal Mary Lynskey.

INTERFAITH MURAL Northwest Interfaith Movement officially unveiled its new mural with a ceremony over the weekend that included (from left) Jan Golden, executive director of the Mural Arts Program, Paul Downie, one of murals’ designers, Elaine Dusoff, a mural honoree, Dave Woods, another of the murals’ designers, George Stern, executive director of NIM and Bessie Jordan Byrd, chair of NIM’s board. The mural contains representations of NIM’s more than 60 member organizations and features the interfaith groups’ motto “Service Faith Justice.” As is customary with the city’s murals, community members helped make many of the tiles that adorn the southern wall of NIM’s building at 7047 Germantown Ave. Painter Downie and mosiacist Woods worked with several groups to create the intricate and inclusive design. (Photo by Jennifer Katz)




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