Labor Day, Mr. Fulbrook’s Memorial Service

1.    Memorial Services for Frank Fulbrook:
The funeral arrangement for Frank Fulbrook is this Friday, September 6, 2013 at Sacred Heart Church, between Broadway and Ferry Ave., 1739 Ferry Ave., Camden, from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.  The ceremony will begin at 2:30pm. The public is encouraged to attend. He was a champion and community activist; he will always be remembered in our hearts and minds. Rest in peace! Here is an article post from local resident and writer Tara Nurin
2.     In the spirit of Grass Roots Activism (ala Frank Fulbrook): Did you know that Labor Day has some roots to Camden NJ? Peter McGuire, founder of the AFL, who is one many consider the father of Labor Day, lived his retired years in Camden and is buried in neighboring Pennsauken.  Google Labor today to learn more.  In fact, McGuire Gardens in Camden is named after this labor leader.

3.   Cooper-Grant at the Riversharks!  Courtesy of Cooper’s Ferry, the Riversharks Suite is open to Cooper-Grant residents for free  tonight, Tuesday Sept 3rd 2013 at 7:00pm. If you want a free ticket please email or call Jonathan until game time – we have plenty of seats available. We encourage you to come out and meet up with your follow neighbors. or 267-278-4625 It is also DOLLAR TUESDAYS – Select Menu and merchandise items are only $1.  Also enjoy $2 Bud Light drafts in our Bud Light BullpenTuesday, September 3, 2013Game Time: 7:05 PM 


4.    The Camden City Garden Club’s Mobile Market  is on Tuesdays from 5-7pm at Friends and Penn St. in Cooper-Grant. Come out to pick up some fresh, inexpensive fruits and veggies as the Garden Club works to improve the city’s access to local fresh food.

Frank Fulbrook

Neighbors and Friends,
We are deeply saddened to report that our longtime neighbor, Frank Fulbrook, has passed away.  Frank served the Cooper-Grant neighborhood, and the greater City of Camden with passion and dedication for over thirty years, most of those as President of the Cooper-Grant Neighborhood Association.  We remember his relentless advocacy for community residents and his conviction in the power of grassroots efforts. He drove and walked the neighborhood regularly, believing that involved and proactive citizens make a community a better place.  Frank attended countless meetings of city agencies and boards, raising his voice when others would not, in support or opposition according to his beliefs.  Cooper-Grant has lost a hero and a friend, and our thoughts are with his family and friends at this time.  When details about services for Frank are available, we will be sure to share with you all.
In memory of Frank…
Cooper-Grant Neighborhood Association