With news today, it’s easy to miss things that happen, even locally here in your neighborhood. #PhillyMayorThisWeek recaps five moments from the past seven days you might’ve missed.

1. Mayor Kenney attended the annual Labor Day parade with workers, City officials, and community activists.

2. The Mayor encouraged everyone to wear green to cheer on the Eagles as they opened their season as world champions; the Birds later went on to beat the Atlanta Falcons 18-12.

Love it. Tomorrow, be sure to wear green to help us turn the town green as we cheer on the Eagles as they kickoff the season at the Linc! Go Birds!

Posted by Mayor Jim Kenney on Wednesday, September 5, 2018

3. Mayor Kenney celebrated the start of another year of PHLpreK, the City’s no-cost quality pre-K program funded by the Philadelphia Beverage Tax.

4. The Mayor celebrated the opening of Esperanza’s new expansion in Kensington that will provide primary care and dental care to the surrounding community.

5. Mayor Kenney thanked Parks and Rec employees for their service during the busy season of summer at the department’s annual employee picnic.

Congratulations to our staff at Philadelphia Parks & Recreation on another great summer! This team works hard all…

Posted by Mayor Jim Kenney on Friday, September 7, 2018

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