Lagos and The Ultimate Flyers Fan Pendant

Nationally known jeweler Steven Lagos and the Comcast-Spectacor Foundation devised a unique way to raise money for charity. Lagos developed three individual dog tags with the Philadelphia Flyers logo on each-one in silver, one gold and one in black and orange gemstones.

The NHL approved dog tags were unveiled at a party held in the penthouse at 2 Liberty Place. Along with the entire team and wives, after a sneak preview, the pendants went on sale at both the Lagos Walnut Street store and at the charity kiosk at the Wachovia Center.

The venture has been a roaring success, helping to raise cash and awareness and ensuring that numerous non-profits will have the much needed funds.

Ronald McDonald House Turns 35

The first house that love built had an anniversary. In order to garner national attention the Philadelphia Eagles, original guests and workers at the house and Dr. Audrey Evans gathers for a once-in-a-lifetime event.

Alex's Lemonade Stand Celebrity Casino Night

Once again Jason Matthew Salon and Alex's Lemonade Stand combined forces during the 4th Annual Celebrity Casino Night. Various celebrities such as Channel 6's Nydia Han, Channel 3's Chris May, Channel 10's LuAnn Cahn and John Clark, Comcast Sportsnet's Dei Lynam and Bucks and Montgomery Living magazine's Karen Lavery dealt poker, black jack, craps and roulette for a good cause.

The evening had a Halloween them with prizes awarded for best costume and most chips. Trips to Vegas, AC and Nantucket spurred gamblers to keep betting with Alex's Lemonade Stand the beneficiary.

Local personalities ensured that attendance and the pot were high with loads of TV, radio and newspaper coverage.

The Green Design Home At Sheldon Crossing

Sheldon Crossing in Manayunk represents the newest and most modern in green construction and interior design.

In honor of its opening and NBA Green Week, Sheldon Crossing and the Philadelphia 76'ers hosted an open house and green design studio. More than 40 craftsmen displayed are which used recycled materials in the genre of paining, sculpture, jewelry, and furniture making and the finished pieces were bid on for charity.

The event sold out with more than 300 people attending. The festivities were covered by every major television station and some units were sold!

Reading Terminal Market Gala

Join us for an unforgettable evening of food and drink, dancing, and live entertainment! Black tie optional.

Entertainment provided by The Mambo Machine, Three Blind Mice, Karen Gross, DJ Aaron Luis Levinson, Reading Terminals Jazz Combo, and Kabudi Project.

Proceeds benefit the Reading Terminal Market Preservation Trust and will be used to preserve and enhance the historic Reading Terminal Market for future generations.

Let Art Freedom Ring 2012

Philadelphia Arts and Education Partnership (PAEP) teamed up with the National Liberty Museum and the National Constitution Center to bring "Let Art Freedom Ring" to life.

Five classes of Philadelphia school children imagined and created their version of a 21st century bell. Along with an art mentor, they visually depicted what art freedom means to them.

The 6 foot tall life-sized bells were unveiled during a gala at the National Liberty Museum and then were moved to the National Constitution Center in time for Welcome America and a party with Universal Studios. On display during the summer, the public was encouraged to vote for its favorite bell online. The winner: Sharswood.

In 2011 the promotion will get even bigger...with the target of 13 bells which represent the original 13 colonies.