2021 Election News
HAVERFORD COLLEGE ARBORETUM IS ONCE AGAIN OPEN TO VISITORS
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June 1, 1956 - April 17, 2021
Philadelphia Inquirer Obituary
Andy Lewis seemed to be everywhere. Wherever and whenever there was a civic issue, there was Andy. Listening, advocating, acting. The recent loss of Haverford Township’s dedicated public servant is especially devastating for the Brynford Civic Association.
It was Andy who urged re-forming the BCA after it lay dormant for years. It was Andy on the front lines fighting the dreaded billboards, attending every court hearing, meeting, and street rally. It was Andy donating his own resources to support initiatives, digging holes for new trees, inspecting troubled traffic areas, participating. How many of us did he talk into serving on a township committee or board? (Read entire tribute.)
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The Brynford Civic Association (BCA) represents the residents of the Fifth Ward, precinct 1, which runs from College to County Line, up to San Marino and down to the Septa tracks, with both Bryn Mawr and Haverford zipcodes. Our unique corner of Haverford Township is a balance of residential, commercial, religious, recreational, and educational places. We have many historic structures, including one of two Haverford Friends Meetings; parts of two private schools and the only college in the township; and long-term rehab, skilled nursing, and assisted living facilities. From the Main Line Arts Center on Panmure to the Memorial Church of God in Christ on Buck Lane, we represent a range of creative and spiritual experiences.
You can play sports on the Polo Field or on Preston; take a hike along the ginko path behind Haverford Friends; visit a doctor’s office, a camera shop, a bakery, a grocery store; buy a car or get your car fixed; grab something to eat; or take the Septa line to town. If you walk around among our nearly 500 homes, you will meet residents young and old and from every ethnicity. You will also see a large variety of wildlife—many species of trees and bushes, hawks, fox, rabbits, deer, and of course our beloved pets.