Every month, we recap some of our favorite photo moments.

November saw the #PHLUnityCup championship game, the #PhillyMarathon, #PhillyHolidayFest tree lighting, and other community events focusing on making Philly awesome and strengthening its communities!

Volunteers clean Norris Square Park during the LOVE Your Park Fall Service Day  on November 4. Want to make a difference in your community in 2018? Commit to serve as a volunteer online!

A volunteer puts trash and debris in a collection bag with the help of a Philadelphia police officer.

Mayor Kenney hands a drink to a customer at a Saxbys Pay-As-You-Wish event on November 7. The sales proceeds that day went toward creating a fellowship for the Community College of Philadelphia.

A cheerful Mayor Kenney hands a smiling customer her cup of coffee at a local coffee shop.

A veteran salutes during the wreath laying at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Washington Square during Philadelphia’s Veterans Day observance on November 11.

A man salutes the wreath on the Tomb of the Unknown Solider in Washington Square Park. Others stand solemnly in the background paying their respects.

Brazilians show off their pride during the Parade of Nations at the Philadelphia International Unity Cup Championship Game on November 11.

Brazilians of all ages, wearing colors that mimic the colors of the Brazilian flag, proudly walk their banner out onto the field. Smiling, they excitedly wave the Brazilian flag.

Sierra Leone and Liberia compete during the Philadelphia International Unity Cup Championship Game on November 11. Liberia won.

Soccer players from Sierra Leone and Liberia play in the Unity Cup Championship. One player from each team jumps for control of the ball while two others stand at the ready.

Mayor Kenney and other officials attend the grand opening of the 25th District PAL Center on November 16.

A line of diverse people and kids stands as a child cuts a ribbon with a large pair of scissors. There are traditional round balloons and lettered balloons spelling PAL.

Participants run the Dietz & Watson Half-Marathon on November 18.

A group of participants in the half marathon keep pace in the brisk weather while onlookers cheer them on in the background

Mayor Kenney shares some laughs with attendees of HIAS’ annual Thanksgiving for recently placed refugees on November 19. Visit the Office of Immigrant Affairs website to learn more about programs for immigrants and refugees in Philadelphia

Mayor Kenney, standing between two attendees in matching uniforms, joins in the laughter at HIAS' annual Thanksgiving celebration for recently placed refugees. In the background others enjoy the festivities.

Mayor Kenney visits volunteers at MANNA while they pack Thanksgiving meals for those in need on November 23.

The Mayor poses with a small group of energetic MANNA volunteers .

Crowds watch the City’s tree light up for the first time this season during a celebration on November 24. Check out all of the #PhillyHolidayFest events taking place this season!

A large diverse crowd gathers at night. In awe, they admire the lit Christmas tree in Dilworth Park. Behind the tree stands skyscrapers and other buildings of the Philly skyline.

Mayor Kenney greets an employee at Young’s Fashion during his Small Business Saturday tour of the 52nd Street Corridor on November 25. Want to shop local this holiday season? Check out the many commercial corridors throughout Philly’s neighborhoods.

Mayor Kenney happily shakes hands with an smiling employee of a local clothing store.