June 2018 saw the end of school year, pool openings, and Pride Month celebrations!
Here are 10 of our favorite moments from June 2018.
Mayor Kenney watches kids enjoy the PHLpreK end of year celebration at the Please Touch Museum on June 1. Learn more about how to enroll in 2018-2019 PHLpreK school year.
Mayor Kenney, school officials, and students break ground for the new Solis Cohen school building on June 5.
A graduate waves to her family during the 4th Annual Citywide Commonwealth Secondary School Diploma (CSSD) Graduation on June 6.
Mayor Kenney draws teams for Philadelphia International Unity Cup during an event on June 7.
City officials and residents gather for the LGBTQ Pride Month Flag Raising on June 7.
Mayor Kenney speaks with a kindergarten class at J.S. Jenks Elementary School for the last day of school on June 12.
Kids enjoy the sprayground at Glavin Memorial Playground during a Rebuild announcement on June 15. Learn more about the first 64 parks, playgrounds, rec centers, and libraries we’re improving.
Family, friends, and City officials unveil a mural honoring esteemed journalist and Philadelphian Ed Bradley on June 16.
Kids jump in the Lawncrest Recreation Center pool to kick off the opening of City pools on June 19.
Mayor Kenney speaks during the “One Job Should Be Enough” Rally on June 27.