-Monthly Newsletter is a continuation of the sixteen page tabloid
Showcase Community Newspaper founded by a Mantua / Belmont resident
business entrepreneur and community pioneer and activist. The
Late Sheikh Abdul Malik Muhammad ( 1939 - 2001 ). The sixteen
page tabloid provided community news that connect the community
as a whole. Linking the Historical Lancaster Avenue Business
District to the, Mantua, Powelton, Belmont, Mill Creek, Cathedral
Overbrook communities of West Philadelphia. The tabloid also
adevertised small businesses and educational highlights. The
paper transistioned through forty years until the demise of the
founder and editor.............A Legacy Remembered
Corridor / Community Newsletter
Another Showcase Inc / LABA-CDC Inclusive Initiative
LABA today, bridging business and community...
* Spring Into Action:
Cleaning, Care to do your Share!
Wishes for a Productive Season of Good Health & Business,
Dollars in Your Community, Support local businesses & services...
Be Kind to One Another...
The Islamic Calendar:
us by volunteering for the (
Seasonal BA-Corridor -Clean Up)
Much Appreciation and Thanks to all of the
volunteers who participate in support of
Clean-up on Lancaster Avenue, Residents & Businesses
are encouraged to support the LABA-Clean Corridor
Please Join Us ... CARE TO DO YOUR SHARE! Help Create A Clean Lancaster
Trash Your Community, Use the Newly Provided Trash /
Recycling Recepticals Along the Commercial Corridor.
will be continued seasonal clean-ups organized for the Lancaster
Avenue Commercial Corridor. Volunteer
Help is always
made available for all community partners seeking community service
outreach. Contact the office of the Lancaster Avenue Business
interest to participate.
you in advance for your community service support.
Inc./ Lancaster Ave BA
Inclusive Initiative ..
In the News:
Lancaster Avenue Business Association-CDC is
featured in an article (Snapshots
from West Philadelphia),
published in the Penn State Outreach Magazine, Spring 2009.
Environmental Education & Art Center : JASTECH
Development Services, Inc.. Local Non-Profit -Directed by the Founder,
Brother Jerome Shabazz - ( Grid Magazine
Story Profile ) www.jastechdevelopment.org
Other Community Events: (
$PEND DOLLAR$ IN YOUR
$HOP THE HISTORICAL LANCA$TER
ROUND, $EA$ON AFTER $EA$ON...
TAKE THE PLEDGE !
* to use trash cans for litter
* to clean my sidewalk daily
* to securely bag & package trash for pick-up on collection
To Help Create A
CLEAN LANCASTER AVE.
SPONSORED BY THE LANCASTER AVENUE BUSINESS ASSOCIATION
ORGANIZING BUSINESSES EAST & WEST
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT
Sister Muhammad - 215 879 0909
LABA- CORRIDOR TOWNWATCH
Supporting Safer Streets Initiative...
Merchants Getting Involved...
JOIN OUR TEAM...
For More Information Contact
Brother Leon Shamsid'Deen
267 972 6484
Affiliated with the Greater Philadelphia Urban Affairs
LABA-CDC Clean Corridor / Safer
Streets Initiative in Collaboration w/
Philadelphia Weed & Seed Project...
Philadelphia Town Watch Intergrated Services
16TH & 19TH Police Districts
FOR BUSINESS ASSOCIATION ASSISTANCE
ONE VOICE, ONE ASSOCIATION,
LABA - today bridging
business and community.
Showcase Inc. - LABA-CDC NCLUSIVE INITIATIVE
YOU KNOW… ?
Team Work & Unity are the Cornerstones
of Successful Efforts!
And Progress Begins With YOU...
SHOWCASING FAMILY HEALTH :
Don't forget to check on your Seniors in your community.
FOR WOMEN ............................... Your
guide to understanding BREAST CANCER ....
Breast Cancer is the most common form of cancer in women
in the United States (other then skin cancer). Even through it is discussed
freely on television, in magazines, and in news papers, many women do
not know the facts about breast cancer. In fact, a 1998 survey showed
that only 67% of American women 40 and older had a mammogram within the
previous two years. Why should you know about breast cancer? Because
it can save your life. The key to surviving breast cancer is early detection
and treatment. According to the American Cancer Society, when breast
cancer is comfined to the breast, the 5-year relative survival rate is
close to 100%. The early detection of breast cancer increases your chance
of survival and increases treatment options.
Know Risk Factors for Breast Cancer:
Cancer Society Guidelines For the early Detection of Breast Cancer,
* Age 40 and older: screening mammogram and breast examination by a
health care professional every year
* Ages 20 to 39: clinical breast examination by a health care professional
every 3 years
* Age 20 and older: breast self-examination every month
What else can you do ? Please Call for more information about breast
cancer screening and education, 1-
DEPRESSION...IT TAKES COURAGE TO ASK FOR HELP....
What makes depression different from the blues? Depression
is a serious medical condition that involves the body, mood and throughts.
It affects how you eat and sleep. It alters your self
preception, it changes the way you think and feel. Men with a depressive
illness can't just "snap out of it" or pull themselves together', because
depression isn't the samae as a passing mood. Left untreated, depression
may last for weeks, months, or years at a time.
The facts about men and depression. An estimated six million men in
the United States have a depressive disorder-major depression, dysthymia
(chronic, less severe depression), or bipolar disorder (manic-depressive
illness)-every year. Although these illnesses aare highly treatable,
many men do not recognize, acknowledge, or seek help for their depression.
While both men and women may develop the standard symptoms of depression,
they often experience depression differently and may have different ways
of coping. Men may be more willing to report fatigue, irritability, loss
of interest in work or hobbies, and sleep disturbances rather than feeling
of sadness, worthlessness, aand excessive guilt, which are commonly associated
with depression in women. Also tragically, four times as many men as
women die by suicide, even though women make more suicide attempts during
their lives. If you are feeling depressed, tell someone about your symptoms.
The truth is, depression is a real and treatable illness.
Where to get more information
? National Institute of Mental Health- Public Inquiries... 6001 Executive
Boulevard Room 8184, MSC 9663, Bethesda, MD 20892-9663 - Toll -Free 1-866-227-NIMH
(6464) - TTY: 1-301-443-8431 or e-mail email@example.com
Web site: http://www.nimh.nih.gov
to help your teen or preteen quit smoking..........
If your teenager is smoking or chewing tobacco it will
be up to him or her to quit. But you can help. Here's how:
Try and avoid threats and ultimatums. Find out why your child is smoking.
Your preteen may want to be accepted by a peer group, or he or she might
want your attention. Plus adolescence alone can be stressful. Show your
interest in a non threatening way. Ask a few questions and determine
why your teen is smoking and what changes can made in his or her life
to help your child stop.
If you smoke quit. If you did smoke and have already quit, talk to your
child about your experience. Personalize the little problems around
smoking and the challenge of quitting. Quitting for a day is easy, Quitting
for a life is a bit tougher, be supportive.
Both you and your teen need to prepare for the mood swings and crankiness that
can come with nicotine withdrawal, offer your teen the 5 D's to get through
the tough times,
* DELAY:The craving will eventually go away.
* DEEP BREATH: Take a few calming deep breaths.
* DRINK WATER: It will flush out the chemicals.
* DO SOMETHING ELSE: Finf a new habit.
* DISCUSS: Talk about your throughts and feelings.
Parenting can mean prevention. Those battling chronic disease at your
state health department and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and
Prevention struggle every day with some alarming problems. Every day,
6,00 youth try cigarettes for the first time - and one out of three smokers
will die from the addiction. Preteens who report they regularly eat meals,
follow a family calendar, and discuss free-time activities with their
parents are less likely to smoke. And more likely to live longer, healthier
HELP WITH THE MISSION... CAMPAIGN AGAINST SMOKING, AND PROTECT A FUTURE
GENERATION AGAINST THE RAVAGES OF TOBACCO RELATED DISEASE... CDC
HAVE WE DONE FOR YOU LATELY...
Introduce a firm Agenda Working
towards A Stronger
Business Association and a Better Lancaster Ave.
ONE VOICE, ONE ASSOCIATION,
CLEAN & SAFE CORRIDOR
ORGANIZATIONAL, BUSINESS & COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS
ACCESS TO INFORMATION & SERVICES
TOGETHER WE CAN DO
SO MUCH MORE.......
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