Month: February 2020

Borough Hall

Town Hall Census and Mayors Forum at Borough Hall March 5th

Thursday, March 5, 2020

U.S. Census 2020 Information Session and Hiring Event: 5:00 PM


Join Mayor Hepkins and U.S. Census Bureau Representatives to learn more about the importance of the upcoming 2020 Census, how it benefits our community, ask any questions that you may have, learn more about job opportunities currently available and apply in-person.
Representatives from Congresswoman Mary Gay Scanlon’s office will be attending the meeting. Refreshments will be provided.

This Event is Sponsored by The Mayor’s Census Task Force

Mayor’s Forum: 7:00 PM

All Yeadon Residents are welcome to attend. Retired Police Officer Rodney Irby and the Mayor’s Assistant Joan (Williams) Tolbert will be honored, and several new part-time Police Officers will be sworn in. Discuss your issues & concerns, offer suggestions, or just ask the Mayor – Let your voice be heard! Refreshments will be served.

KEYSTONE COLLECTIONS

Keystone Collections Group Offers Toll-Free Helpline for Taxpayer Inquiries

866-539-1100

Keystone’s Taxpayer Helpline will connect you directly to a professional Taxpayer Service Representative, reducing wait times to bring you the fastest and most reliable answers to your local tax questions.

You can also send online inquiries 24/7 to Keystone.

Keystone Collects is the easy, fast and secure way to file your tax return.

REMINDER: The deadline to file your taxes is April 15.

Camp Garrett

Camp Garrett’s 2020 Season Begins June 22

UPDATE: Yeadon Borough hosts Camp Garrett Open House March 18

Camp Garrett is committed to fulfilling the vision of founder Elizabeth Garrett, by creating a welcoming environment where all children thrive, regardless of income or background.

Camp Garrett’s focus is on health and wellness, collaboration and respect for others and the outdoors. Rising first-graders to 15 year-olds are welcome! Income-based scholarships are also available for those who qualify.

Located on 240 beautiful acres in Newtown Square, PA, Camp Garrett has lots of different programs and activities, such as swimming, art, archery, sports, hiking, gardening, and so much more. The camp offers breakfast, lunch and snack to every camper, every day at no additional cost, cooked on-site daily using local ingredients–some of which are grown by campers right on the property.

For more information and to register: Camp Garrett

William Penn School District

William Penn School District Board Announces Superintendent Finalist, Hosts Open Forum Feb. 20

The William Penn Board of School Directors is pleased to announce that the search for the district’s next Superintendent has reached its final phase, with the announcement of Dr. Eric J. Becoats as the finalist candidate for the position of Superintendent of Schools. He has been chosen to succeed retiring Superintendent Ms. Jane Harbert.

The Board began the search process in August 2019, by conducting a community survey and focus groups to determine what District stakeholders were looking for in their new superintendent and engaged the superintendent subcommittee for input into this process. The community responded with their opinions, goals, and priorities for the role. The Board then conducted a comprehensive search process facilitated by the Delaware County Intermediate Unit (DCIU) and guided by the community’s feedback. Of the 48 applications that were received, 12 were selected by the search committee for initial interviews. Six candidates advanced to the second round, and two to the final round.

The William Penn Board of School Directors invites all community members and staff to meet Dr. Eric J. Becoats on February 20, 2020 at a forum to be held in the auditorium at Penn Wood High School The forum will be moderated by Dr. Maria Edelberg, Executive Director of the Delaware County Intermediate Unit.

For more information about the process and information about Dr. Becoats, see the complete press release.