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Just a short one today; meetings, don’tcha know…

I’ve been thinking lately about partnerships between Sphere College and other local organizations. We make this official today as Sphere College is becoming a member of the Phoenixville Area Time Bank. They’ve been very helpful to Sphere College for quite some time. In fact, I met Gail Fletcher, who did our Business Plan, as well as two students who have contributed a great deal to the College so far, Virginia and Jonathan, through the Time Bank. I look forward to being connected with more and more people this way.

Upcoming Sphere College events:

Wednesday, March 17, St. Patrick’s Day, print this coupon and join us for dinner at Iron Hill Brewery and Restaurant. 20% of your bill (excluding alcoholic beverages) will go to Sphere College. Please take a moment and pass the word along to your friends. It’s that easy!

Submissions will open for the first Sphere College Short Film Contest beginning 11:59:59 pm (EST) on March 21, and close on April 10. There’s still plenty of time to make and submit a film. It doesn’t have to be a polished product to get high ratings and airplay on YouTube. Let your filmmaker friends and family know about it!

We’re celebrating the first anniversary of the college at the Colonial Theatre on Tuesday, April 20. Winners of the Short Film Contest will be screened, and we will sponsor a feature film, Living in Oblivion. Mark your calendars!


Author: Richard Liston

Musician, computer scientist, educator. I'm creating a new educational environment for adults.

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