Here Are the Nominees for Our Next Board Election

As you may have heard, KCFC is holding a general election in June for a new Board of Directors. We want to introduce you to the nominees for your consideration! 

There are 12 total nominees for this election--some have sat on the Board and others want to serve for the first time. This is an online election, so members can look out for an email with a link to the voting site. This will entail one vote per member household, with each household receiving one email.

Voting begins on June 5th and will end on July 4th. Check back here after the election ends for the voting results.

Now, on to the nominees. . . . To demonstrate their candidacy as KCFC leaders, each nominee answered five questions:

 

THOM BERG

Why is KCFC important to you?

As a resident of a neighborhood with radically changing demographics and a large influx in property & commercial investment, it is important that we do our part to ensure that the needed neighborhood revitalization serves everyone.

Food, Shelter and Clothing are the three Basic Needs of modern life and I believe that KCFC will provide the food component of these needs in the most positive and open way possible, providing access and tools for everyone to make positive choices to their well being and connection to the food they eat is a big part of that.

Through KCFC's co-operative community ownership of the business, we can ensure that the full spectrum of community voices have agency in their environment and that, for as long as the co-op exists, this remains a driving force.

How will your experience, skills, or unique perspectives strengthen the Co-op Board?

Through my professional career, I have many years of work experience in retail banking, corporate process & project management and even small business management that I will be able to provide to the board as we face many financial decisions along the path to the store opening and beyond.

What is your vision for the future of KCFC ?

KCFC will increase the visibility and access of the community to a locally sourced, healthy and sustainable diet.

KCFC will direct a portion of profits to provide advocacy, education and outreach that give people tools to implement informed dietary decisions independently in their life.

It will serve as an outpost for northward redevelopment of the Frankford commercial corridor and exist as a place that fosters a sense of togetherness in the community.

What volunteer experiences have you had with other cooperatives or organizations?

Just with KCFC.

Is there any other personal information you would like to share, i.e. family, hobbies, work experience, special talents, etc.?

I am an avid cyclist active in the bike community through our local team Kelpius Cycling. I love to talk about bikes and other mechanical things that people can go fast on and can ramble on forever.

 

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JEFF CARPINETA

Why is KCFC important to you?

The Co-op is a main ingredient in creating a healthy and more loving neighborhood and city. Nutrician, community, and local economy are key to a town's life. I love this town, and KCFC is another place where these elements are coming together to help heal the landscape.

How will your experience, skills, or unique perspectives strengthen the Co-op Board?

I've been serving on the Board of KCFC and volunteering in many roles over the years since the project began. I'll continue to connect people, resources and networks into KCFC for the next chapter. Nutritional healing is personal for me so the food awareness/access piece of the project is close to my heart. ​​I'm carrying that message both into and out from the project. Doing all sorts of volunteer work in the community for 10 years now has been a incredible journey -- being in a huge pool of personalities, perspectives and happenings has been a hard and joyful education. I'll share all that I know as I continue to learn.

What is your vision for the future of KCFC?

That we, hundreds of neighbors, stand together to make it happen- and open a successful store. It's happening. Kensington will be an example for other neighborhoods in Phila and across the nation. The store will be more than a place for great food, it will foster togetherness and grow the solidarity economy. I'm really excited that we'll have a cafe for folks to gather, share, learn and organize to do other good work.

What volunteer experiences have you had with other cooperatives or organizations?

I've served in the local civic and also organize​d​ or partnered​ with ​many other projects through the years​: ​festivals, garden parties, tire round-ups, police actions, memorials, open space work, fracking awareness efforts, city policy work, mural ​ works​​​, playground​ and​ fundraising ​efforts ​and local history projects. There's also been numerous responses to overdoses. injuries, thefts, homicides, suicides, and fires that were heart opening and life changing for me.


Is there any other personal information you would like to share, i.e. family, hobbies, work experience, special talents, etc.?

My family came to Philly in 1905 from Italy. My grandparents worked in factories in Kensington and Tacony and were into urban foraging and edibles long before sustainable was a common word. The onions, garlics, apples, berries, and cicoria - pronounced Che-kau-dee-ya. That's Italienglish for the dandelion. We'd pick thousands of them with a fish filet knife, wash them up, float them in red wine vinegar, ice, and a pinch of pepper. Bam! My background is in art, writing, and music. I taught photography for many years and used to run a small record label so I've organized all kinds of events big and small. In my real estate work I've helped many people and small businesses come to the area as well. After the Co-op is fully ariborne, I plan to start a Co-op elementary school and an ongoing workshop for people newly diagnosed with MS. I've been blessed to meet so many amazing people through the neighborhoods. There's so much heart here.

 

JACQUELINE CUSACK

Why is KCFC important to you?

When I moved to the neighborhood 5 years ago I wanted a way to get involved, meet my neighbors and have access to local foods. After looking around and talking with people I found a home at KCFC and jumped right in. I have met amazing friends and my passion for the mission of KCFC has continued to grow. KCFC also provides a much needed service in our neighborhood providing access to affordable, healthy food. And the fact that you can become a Member-owner and help mold the decision and have a say makes KCFC that more exciting.

How will your experience, skills, or unique perspectives strengthen the Co-op Board?

I am a highly motivated, results-driven individual. I have an extensive background in project management, event planning and operations management. I'm a perpetual student and am currently finishing up my Master's in Sustainable Design from Philadelphia University where I focused on urban/neighborhood planning in my thesis. In addition to my current school work, I completed my MBA in 2010 and have taken expensive classes in non-profit management and grant writing. I have worked part-time for 15 years as an event manager for a high-end catering company in the Delaware Valley Region and for the last 8 years I have worked in various industries as a project manager. I strive to combine a passion for sustainable practices and operating procedures to develop best business practices and am a resourceful, creative problem-solver with the ability to design and implement innovative custom solutions. I feel my education and my volunteer and career experience can bring leadership and organizational skills to KCFC as we enter the next exciting phase – getting the grocery store open!

What is your vision for the future of KCFC?

I see KCFC becoming an icon of the great Kensington Community, a source of pride and a place to gather and meet. It is not just another grocery store but a way to uplift neighborhoods, bring people together, share and learn, enhance our local economy and have access to amazing foods.

What volunteer experiences have you had with other cooperatives or organizations?

I grew up volunteering. It was something my parents instilled in us at a very young age. In recent years my focus has been in the Sustainability realm. For 5 years I was a volunteer with Alliance for A Sustainable Future, playing a large role in planning the Earth Charter events. For 3 of those 5 years I served as a board member. Last year I was on the Tour Committee for the GreenBuild 2013 Host City Planning Committee. I also have worked with the Friends of Penn Treaty Park to help put on successful fundraising events such as ShadFest and Pie in the Sky.

Is there any other personal information you would like to share, i.e. family, hobbies, work experience, special talents, etc.?

I'm an avid reader and swimmer and lover of food and wine. 3 years ago I went back to my swimming roots and took up open water swimming. I try to do two to three open water swim events a year. My favorite swim is the Brooklyn Bridge Swim in NYC - seeing the bridge from the water is awesome. I read anything I can get my hands on but love biographies and fiction based in Philadelphia. I am currently reading Judy Wick's Good Morning, Beautiful Business. I have a weakness for great bold red wines and love cooking up new recipes to go with my wine. I especially enjoy when time permits, shopping at the KCFC Market Place for fresh foods to try in new recipes!

 

TIM DYCH

Why is KCFC important to you?

I believe that community spaces and access to quality food are two essential elements to building a vibrant community. KCFC will ensure that both of those exist in the future of our community. Kensignton is a neighborhood that has seen enormous disinvestment over the years. KCFC is a driving force in the communities push back against this trend and a focal point for the regeneration of the area.

How will your experience, skills, or unique perspectives strengthen the Co-op Board?

I have been involved with Membership recruitment for KCFC for over two years. In that time membership has grown at a extremely fast pace and we are engaging more neighbors than ever.

What is your vision for the future of KCFC?

I see KCFC being a beacon in the Co-operative Community. I see other organizations looking to KCFC and feeling empowered to effect change in their community. By bringing a health food store to Kensington we will show people that Co-ops can change the world.

What volunteer experiences have you had with other cooperatives or organizations?

I grew up as a member of Weavers Way and have spent many hours stuffing envelopes and other duties to fulfill my families volunteer obligations. I am active in The East Kensington Neighbors Association participating in community cleanups, plantings at Emerald Park and helping to organize Trenton Avenue Arts Fest.

Is there any other personal information you would like to share, i.e. family, hobbies, work experience, special talents, etc.?

I have lived in Kensington for almost eight years and am proud to call it home. I look forward to the opportunity to continue to make Kensington a better place for every resident now and into the future.

 

 

RACHAEL KERNS-WETHERINGTON

Why is KCFC important to you?

The East Kensington neighborhood is a unique one in many ways but the dedicated community drive is one closest to my heart that sets us apart. People bonding together in a grassroots initiative is one of the few ways to overcome the systemic oppression of this big, beautiful city and touches on the diversity of this neighborhood in profound ways. At the foundation of what nurtures a community is the food that fuels it, both figuratively and literally. Food justice and access is a passion of mine and the co-op is one way to create a local economy, people driven rather than one that is profit driven.

How will your experience, skills, or unique perspectives strengthen the co-op board?

As a psychologist, I know people quite well. People coming together to birth something, no matter how noble, will inevitably have some messiness to the process. This is something I have seen first hand as a current member of the board of directors and my engagement in the co-op. We are a group of individuals passionately pursing a goal together, the goal of opening a grocery store in a neighborhood where people said it couldn’t be done and it is coming along great! While it may not be as exciting and glamorous as meeting new members or planning a party, I have the experience and energy for the nitty-gritty of this process, whether that is meeting with consultants, wading through by-laws, hashing out details of a strategic plan, to problem solving capacity, I’m in it. I’m happy to bring what I know about Industrial/Organizational psychology to that process.

What is your vision for the future of KCFC?

An opened store! And en route to that goal, I envision a continued refined working process where the board can support one another and the hundreds of volunteers, committees, and member-owners as we move towards these objectives together.

What volunteer experiences have you had with other cooperatives or organizations?

I’ve sat on countless task forces, boards, and working committees throughout my training, career, and in a volunteer capacity, working with others whose voices are equally valid in the conversation and helping to find a way to best empower individuals, groups, and missions. Through my existing time on the board I’ve worked with consultants and the movers and shakers of the co-op world alongside my amazing fellow member-owners.

Is there any other personal information you would like to share, i.e. family hobbies, work experience, special talents?

My husband and I are deeply involved the neighborhood Circle of Hope community and live blocks from the store location. East Kensington is our home and where our people are and we are excited at the ways that it is blossoming under the banner of community investment.

 

HOLLY LOGAN

Why is KCFC important to you?

I believe that KCFC is not only a member-owned grocery store, but a community resource to bring neighbors together to connect and converse about important issues happening on their blocks and in their families. I also think KCFC will be an excellent connector amongst other food access organizations and there are many exciting opportunities in KCFC's future and I want to be a part of those connections and networks to make this city a better place to live. I also love the idea of putting food choice into the people's hands.

How will your experience, skills, or unique perspectives strengthen the Co-op Board?

I am, at heart, a team-player. I look for ways to collaborate and mediate, seeking out how to combine the better parts of multiple people's ideas. I'm also a worker bee, so when given tasks, I'm pretty reliable, patient, and responsive.

 

What is your vision for the future of KCFC?

As I mentioned above, I think KCFC will be a hub or connector for other food access/social justice organizations, particularly around North Philly. I believe we can find ways to connect with North Philly's Latino community through the help of Congreso de Latinos Unidos; seek out dialogue with NKCDC to find ways to collaborate with other neighborhood entities, especially throughout Port Richmond and Somerset. I also see us working with (K-12) schools in the area to spread the word through the youth so they can encourage parents/guardians/teachers to see what we're about and bring healthy food options into their homes and classrooms.

What volunteer experiences have you had with other cooperatives or organizations?

I have been a Green Guide and on the Steering Committee for Sustainable 19125 and captain of my volleyball team since 2009. I have also helped with regular tree plantings with Philly Tree People, neighborhood cleanings, and maintaining ORCA's online calendar over the years. I was also invited to take part in the Community Leadership Institute through NeighborWorks America.

Is there any other personal information you would like to share, i.e. family, hobbies, work experience, special talents, etc.?

Mike Holland and I have a sweet pitbull named Satchel, who we like to take on hikes. I've been a corps member and a team leader through AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps, which gave me some interesting experiences around the U.S. working on community projects and construction projects. I've been with Eisenhower Fellowships since 2007 in a variety of roles, more recently as Alumni Coordinator and Website Manager, where I work with leaders from a variety of sectors from around the world. I finished my Masters in Education Administration last year.

 

ROSE MARINE

Why is KCFC important to you?

I feel that access to quality food should be available to everyone at an affordable price, and currently the Kensington-area neighborhood struggles to provide this to its residents. KCFC will fill that void and, being owned and operated by the community members, I feel safe knowing it will always prioritize the community's wants and needs over any other motivations.

How will your experience, skills, or unique perspectives strengthen the Co-op Board?

I have 25 years of experience in professional accounting, and 20 years specifically in the non-profit sector. In the past I was the controller for the Camden County YMCA (Camden and Voorhees, NJ branches) and the Seaport Museum of Philadelphia. Currently I am working with organizations such as Habitat for Humanity & Eastern State Penitentiary along with other local non-profits through Your Part-Time Controller, LLC, which provides contracted, non-profit accounting specialists to businesses.

What is your vision for the future of KCFC?

I'm interested in joining the board to advise the co-op as it makes the final stages of its journey to being an operational grocery store. Once open, the co-op will become a community hub for fellowship and help community residents live a healthy life by providing access to and education about the things they eat.

What volunteer experiences have you had with other cooperatives or organizations?

I have not had any volunteer experiences with a coop. I have volunteered on my townships parks and recreation committee, my church's thrift shop, and at Philabundance at their hunger relief center. I enjoy volunteering for organizations that value their volunteers, and are making a difference in neighborhoods I grew up around.

Is there any other personal information you would like to share, i.e. family, hobbies, work experience, special talents, etc.?

I was born and raised in Northeast Philadelphia and attended La Salle University. I am a mother to two grown children, a grandmother to one, and currently live with one tiny dog, one giant parrot and one squeaky guinea pig. I am the youngest of seven children. I love to travel. I am very good at organizing things.

 

MICHELLE PAULS

Why is KCFC important to you?

KCFC is important to me because first, I live in this community. I believe it is each community member's responsibility to help build as strong community as possible. We each do this in our own ways. I am a theatre artist, and I have brought many performance opportunities and theatre-creation experiences to our neighborhood and its denizens. In addition to creative health, we must have health of the body. That is where a co-op is so important. Our family has always looked for the healthiest food options, whether it be shopping locally, hosting Lancaster Farm Fresh CSA and/or growing our own. We must be able to offer our community members healthy, fresh, local food options to stay connected to each other, the community and the earth itself.

How will your experience, skills, or unique perspectives strengthen the Co-op Board?

Being a founder and artistic director of the non-profit theatre company, B. Someday at Walking Fish Theatre, prepares me to offer many skills and experiences to KCFC. As managing artistic director, I was in charge of all marketing for the theatre. I wrote and disseminated press releases, arranged interviews with the press, attended press conferences, organized press events and more. I also am the educational director of B. Someday where I created all of our educational outreach programming, including the Family Theatre Series, youth Acting classes and our Barrymore Award-winning Of Mythic Proportions, where we worked directly with teens from Kensington. In addition, I was the chief grantwriter for B. Someday, obtaining many grants for the past seven years the company has resided at Walking Fish. Included in the area of fundraising, I have lots of experience overseeing fundraising events for the theatre. These are some of the skills I feel may translate in some capacity to the KCFC organization.

What is your vision for the future of KCFC?

I envision a community whose residents are fully aware of the KCFC, have pride in their co-op, visit it whenever they can, and refer it to their friends and visitors. I would also like to see connections made with local arts groups. There is lots of room for a co-op/theatre connection. Perhaps doing pop-up performances in community spaces--bars, coffee shops, restaurants--to publicize the co-op or a special event taking place. What about a specially-tailored performance at one of the many outdoor festivals? Making it interactive could also make it more memorable. Just a few off the cuff ideas.

What volunteer experiences have you had with other cooperatives or organizations?

As I mentioned, I have extensive volunteer experience with my theatre company, B. Someday at Walking Fish Theatre. I ran, with my husband/partner, all aspects of our non-profit company. In addition, I was sat on the board of the Theatre Alliance of Greater Philadelphia from 2011-12 when the organization folded. Other volunteer experience I have is with my daughter's school, Frankford Friends, MANNA, and the Seaman's Institute.

Is there any other personal information you would like to share, i.e. family, hobbies, work experience, special talents, etc.?

I love eating good food, drinking hand-crafted beer, dancing, exercise, travel. I am very active in the acting world working on many plays and films. I also teach acting and playwriting in Philadelphia and Delaware. I am a proud member of BRIGHT INVENTION-The White Pines Improv Ensemble. I was a featured guest on RADIO TIMES with Marty Moss-Coane in January 2013 on WHYY-FM and my husband, Stan Heleva and I were featured artists on the first screening of FRIDAY NIGHT ARTS, produced by WHYY-TV. Our home/business was featured in the Philadelphia Inquirer's HOME section for its unique mixed use blend of performance theatre space on the first floor, and urban loft residence on the second and third floors.


ANGELA ROHACEK

Why is KCFC important to you?

KCFC is important to me and my family because I believe that everyone, regardless of race, income, or creed, should have access to healthy and nutritious food for themselves and their families. I believe that KCFC will contribute and help create a healthier community and neighborhood. I strongly believe in the cooperative model, with member owners governing our store!

How will your experience, skills, or unique perspectives strengthen the Co-op Board?

I have worn several different hats during my time with KCFC since 2012—buyers club volunteer, membership committee co-chair and Shop Local liaison. These volunteer experiences have enabled me to be familiar with the culture of the co-op as well as what we need to accomplish moving forward. I also feel that my 15 years of professional experience as a social worker gives me valuable skills in regards to working with people and solving problems. I am an eternal optimist and I believe that bringing positive energy to the table is important in any circumstance!

What is your vision for the future of KCFC?

I not only see KCFC as a grocery store, providing local and healthy food to our neighborhood, but also as gathering place for our community. I hope that it serves to unite all of the surrounding neighborhoods (Northern Liberties, Fishtown, East Kensington, Port Richmond, Old Richmond, and Kensington). I hope that eventually KCFC will be able to offer educational classes and resources to our community.

What volunteer experiences have you had with other cooperatives or organizations?

Volunteering has been an important part of my life since high school! I completed two years of service with AmeriCorps—one year in the National Community Civilian Corps working on a variety of projects; and one year with Habitat for Humanity. Most recently, I have volunteered as a mentor for children aging out of the foster care system here in Philadelphia.

Is there any other personal information you would like to share?

My husband, Martin, and I have lived in the East Kensington Neighborhood since 2009. When I am not volunteering with the co-op I love to read, travel, fix up our house, and spend time with our friends; our foster cat Flopper; and our chickens, Mrs. Lucy McNugget and Gertie.

 

 

NICK SCHUMMER

Why is KCFC important to you?

Food is the cornerstone of life, and healthy community is the cornerstone of life together. After becoming a KCFC member in 2011, it has been really great to see so many friends join too. I meet many people who have recently moved to the area, and I'm proud to be able to tell them about the Co-op as a future landmark in their new neighborhood.

How will your experience, skills, or unique perspectives strengthen the Co-op Board?

Friends and neighbors describe me as cool-headed, business-minded, and knowledgeable about commercial buildings. I consider myself to be an invested resident of the Kensington area who is dedicated to building the local community.

What is your vision for the future of KCFC?

I hope to help KCFC grow into a financially self-sustaining business that becomes a gathering place for the community, while maintaining it as a truly community-run gathering place. I envision a place that improves access to healthy food in a place with few choices. I hope to see KCFC use its community space for educational programs and other good works.

What volunteer experiences have you had with other cooperatives or organizations?

Board Member, Treasurer of Kingdom Builders Construction (2011 to present)
Network Site Manager, Circle of Hope (2008 to present)
Outreach Coordinator and Truck Driver, Frankford Avenue Garden (Spring 2014 to present)
Antenna Hacker and Rooftop Surveyor at Project Phree (2013 to present)
My wife Amanda is the volunteer coordinator at Greensgrow so I'm there a lot...

Is there any other personal information you would like to share, i.e. family, hobbies, work experience, special talents, etc.?

Family is the most important thing in my life, and it keeps growing: I live with a small group of friends and my wife, and we have been getting to know our neighbors for the past four years. My church family, Circle of Hope, is part of what makes Kensington unique and part of what helps me grow. Every week, it seems like I meet a person that is helping turn this area into a rich and vibrant place to live.

The connections that I have made are a valuable asset, as are my skills in a wide variety of trades. I can fix cars, computers, and anything else that begins with the letter 'C.' I'm a Rock Star Scientist. I live North of Lehigh in a converted warehouse at Ruth and Somerset with my lovely wife Amanda, 2 dogs, and 4 other mischief makers. I love squatting vacant land, low speed daredevil driving, and camping. I weld poorly. I never did learn to juggle but I can ride a bike no-handed.

 

 

COLLEEN WARD

Why is KCFC important to you?

Honestly, I initially became a member of the KCFC because my good friend Colleen Watts was very passionate about the co-op and I thought if she thought it was a good idea, then I should sign up. I also liked the idea of having a co-op model grocery store in our neighborhood. Since becoming more involved in the co-op, I’ve realized there are so many reasons that a member-owned grocery is important—not only members, but the entire neighborhood will have access to fresh food; the co-op supports other local businesses; the co-op will be a huge benefit for the surrounding neighborhoods; and it has the potential to be a great investment for members.
 

How will your experience, skills, or unique perspectives strengthen the Co-op Board?

I have a strong work ethic which I think is essential in any position, but is extremely important in a volunteer position. I have extensive experience project management, people management, and business process development. I owned a small business for 9 years which taught me how to be extremely efficient and tenacious. I also bring a positive attitude and a determined desire to make things work!


What is your vision for the future of KCFC?

In short, success! I see the KCFC becoming a hub for the community, not only for fresh food, but also for information about nutrition and health and support for other community initiatives. I envision the KCFC as an entity providing leadership in all aspects of community advancement, supporting other community efforts and initiating change, when possible.

What volunteer experiences have you had with other cooperatives or organizations?

My volunteer experience started when I was in grade school. I attended Catholic school from 3rd through 12th grade and volunteering was always part of the fabric of the education. During college and thereafter, I volunteered for organizations like Special Olympics, MS Society, Thrift for Aids, as well as neighborhood groups like neighborhood watch. I’ve also donated editorial and graphic arts services to events such as Blue Ball and the Philadelphia Women’s Rugby Club Pumpkinfest Tournament. Lastly, I’ve volunteered with my family in Lancaster every Christmas Eve for over a decade distributing food for the Lancaster Project for the Needy.

Is there any other personal information you would like to share, i.e. family, hobbies, work experience, special talents, etc.?

I’m lucky to have married my best friend over 21 years ago. We enjoy the beach, riding our bikes, enjoying our neighborhood, and spending time with family and friends.

 

COLLEEN WATTS

1. Why is KCFC important to you?

The community aspect for sure. Getting to know my neighbors who have the same goals in mind has been great. Also, being a part of an initiative in which the neighbors themselves are investing in and improving the community is awesome.

2. How will your experience, skills, or unique perspectives strengthen the Co-op Board?

It's really important to me that everyone has access to healthy foods that are appropriate for them and their families. Professionally, my experience includes working at Philabundance (the area's food bank) on food access and community engagement (crucial to co-ops of course). I currently work in public health research at UPenn, primarily on healthy lifestyle programs that encourage physical activity and healthy eating. I've served on KCFC's board for one term already and am the board's current secretary. I've also worked on the Marketplace/GoTeam committee. All this puts me in a unique position to help guide KCFC through the next major phase of the project.

3. What is your vision for the future of KCFC?

I see KCFC being a community hub, where folks not only come to do their food shopping but also come to engage with their neighbors and gain access to local resources.

4. What volunteer experiences have you had with other cooperatives or organizations?

I came to my job at Philabundance through regular volunteering with Philabundance's Fresh For All program which distributes fresh fruits and vegetables to those who need them.

5. Is there any other personal information you would like to share, i.e. family, hobbies, work experience, special talents, etc.?

Prior to coming to the non-profit and public health worlds, I worked in advertising and marketing for many years so I would say that an understanding of marketing and communications as well as project management are special skills that I have. I'm also active in the Philadelphia Women's Culinary Guild, which is a group of women who work in the food industry. The group helps to support two women every year who are entering the culinary field. Finally, I have a Baking and Pastry Diploma from the Art Institute of Philadelphia.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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