Gentleman, start your engines.
The June iteration of First Friday Main Line will center around the finest classic, sports, and antique cars the area has to offer, according to FFML executive director Sherry Tillman.
The "CARtastic Car Event" will return to Cricket Avenue and the Cricket lot in downtown Ardmore on June 7 starting at 6 p.m. In addition to the automobiles that will be on display, FFML will, as always, feature live music, food, and craft demos.
Next month, music will be provided by The Everyday People Band, as well as duo Jenny Ziller and Chris Ross. A variety of craft artists will be on hand as well, including Elements By Na, Karen Godwin Jewelry, and more.
In addition, the following venues will house FFML art:
- Averil Barone at Armen Chevolet
- Sherry McVickar at Jack McSheas Public House
- Three Wheel Studio at Past*Present*Future
- Jermaine Grimes at Viva Video
For more information on June's First Friday celebration, visit www.firstfridaymainline.com, or check back with Patch for updates.
A recent U.S. Census Bureau report shows that blacks had the highest voter turnout among racial identifications in the 2012 general election.
Nationwide, 66.2 percent of black citizens voted, exceeding for the first time the turnout of white voters, which was 64.1 percent. In 2008, 66.1 percent of whites voted, to 64.7 percent of blacks.
Back in 1996, white turnout was 60.7 percent and black turnout was 53 percent.
Black turnout also exceeded white turnout in Pennsylvania last year, 65.2 percent to 62.5 percent.
Read a Huffington Post report on the census findings, and see below for statistics comparing other voting demographics:Group PA turnout % US turnout % All 61.6 61.8 White 62.5 64.1 Black 65.2 66.2 Hispanic 45.1 48 Asian 47.6 47.3 Men 60.4 59.7 Women 62.7 63.7
Voter turnout is expected to be far lower in Tuesday's off-year primary election. Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
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Residents in Ardmore's Ward 4 Precinct 1 should no longer plan to vote in at First Baptist Church of Ardmore.
If you're not sure which precinct is yours, find it through the state's website.
All polling places will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday.
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