The East Mount Airy Neighbors Association (EMAN) is a community organization committed to:
- Cooperating with local organizations, individuals and businesses located in, or having an interest in, the community of East Mount Airy
- Facilitating whenever problems arise in the area, seeking solutions that will be of greatest mutual benefit
- Promoting projects and public improvements that encourage positive growth and development in the community, and make it a better place in which to live
- Encouraging and supporting legislation that will accomplish the above objectives
- Providing a means of friendly communication, mutual understanding, information and education to bring about the above objectives.
The neighborhood of East Mount Airy is defined by these borders and surrounding neighborhoods:
Germantown Avenue on the West (West Mount Airy)
Stenton Avenue to the East (Cedarbrook)
Cresheim Valley Drive to the North (Chestnut Hill)
Washington Lane to the South (Germantown)
Directions to EMAN Office: Enter the LTSP Campus from Germantown Ave. (main entrance is at Allens Lane). You will see a statue of Rev. Muhlenburg to your left. The Wiedemann Center is the grey stone building behind that statue. The EMAN entrance that you will use is on the outside, on the campus courtyard side of the building, (the right side of the Wiedemann Center with your back to Germantown Ave.). At the top of the steps there is a small sign for East Mt. Airy Neighbors. There are steps down to the building door. When you enter the building, walk past the office on the right and turn right in the hallway. The EMAN office is about halfway down the hall on the left side.
InformationEast Mount Airy Neighbors
7301 Germantown Avenue
(at the Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia)
Philadelphia, PA, 19119
The next EMAN Board meeting is scheduled for March 4, 2014 at 7:30 PM. Meetings at held at the EMAN office on the campus of the Lutheran Theological Seminary (7301 Germantown Avenue). See directions to office on left. Meetings are open to the public.
Our office is staffed most weekday mornings,
& we check email@example.com regularly.
EMAN's MEMBERSHIP CAMPAIGN IS CONTINUING. PLEASE JOIN US!
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