Here are 10 of our favorite moments from May 2018!
An attendee pays tribute during the Living Flame Memorial Service on May 2. The Living Flame Memorial Service honors police officers and firefighters who have died in the line of duty.
Runners participate in the 39th Annual Blue Cross Broad Street Run on May 6.
Mayor Kenney visits a kindergarten class at Chester Arthur School during the kick-off of Kindergarten Open House Week on May 7.
Mayor Kenney reads “Be Who You Are” during Philadelphia Literacy Day at Smith Memorial Playground on May 12.
City officials pose with Richard Wright Elementary School after the school received a check for their environmental project as part of Recyclebank’s Green Schools Program on May 16. Learn more about Philacycle and how you can earn rewards, and raise money for schools, through recycling!
Pre-K students stop by Mayor Kenney’s office during a visit to City Hall on May 16.
Mayor Kenney announces Vare Recreation Center as the first Rebuild investment during a press conference on May 16. Learn how investing in our parks, libraries, and rec centers can help build up communities.
City and State officials celebrate the arrival of two new super-post Panamax cranes at the Port of Philadelphia on May 29. Read about how the Port supports thousands of family-sustaining jobs in Philly.
City officials and other dignitaries cut the ribbon during the grand re-opening of the newly redesigned LOVE Park on May 30.
People enjoy the newly redesigned LOVE Park during its grand re-opening on May 30.