October 18, 2010
This week's Adopt-a-Pet at the Philadelphia Animal Welfare Society is Lulu, a 5-year-old pit bull terrier mix. Lulu (right) is sweet and social with people and other dogs. She is best suited for a home without cats. To adopt Lulu, contact PAWS, 100 N. 2nd St., at 215-238-9901. When inquiring, please provide her tag identifier number, A11608190-PAC. A $75 fee includes sterilization, vaccines and microchipping.
June 9, 2000 |
Andrew Achenbach's 1-under par 70 at Bent Creek Country Club helped the LuLu Country Club team post the low score in yesterday's qualifying round for the Golf Association of Philadelphia's team championship. LuLu posted a four-player score of 8-over 292 on the 6,205-yard course in Lancaster County to earn one of four berths in the June 29 final at Laurel Creek. Cavaliers, Huntingdon Valley, Spring-Ford and host Bent Creek tied for second at 298, and a match of cards eliminated Bent Creek from a championship berth.
August 26, 2010
Women's Golf Association Kathie Scattergood, Heidelberg. . . 99 Sylvia Davenport, Radley Run. . . 102 Jean Greaves, Medford Lakes. . . 104 Barbara Hampson, French Creek. . . 106 Margaret O'Reilley, French Creek. . . 106 Judith D'Esterre, Medford Lakes. . . 74 Kathie Scattergood, Heidelberg. . . 95-99?194 Peggy Kaspar, LuLu. . . 105 Barbara Miller, Old York Road. . . 105 Peggy Campbell, Sandy Run. . . 113 Deborah Freisheim, Old York Road.
June 20, 1992 |
Atlantic City Country Club gained a slight advantage over Huntingdon Valley Country Club, 9 to 8 1/2, at match play for pairs in the Philadelphia Team Golf Championship yesterday at LuLu Country Club. Heavy rain washed out the afternoon's match-play singles; those matches were rescheduled for Aug. 5 at LuLu.
September 13, 1996 |
Joanne Greene of LuLu and Teresa Struck of Sandy Run finished in a first-place tie for the Class C Senior Championship of the Women's Golf Association of Philadelphia with scores of 183 yesterday at Talamore at Oak Terrace.
April 3, 1996 |
The wind gave the forsythia a whirl yesterday. But at least it was sunny, and Kevin O'Neill and his dogs, Lulu (left) and Smitty, went for a walk in Norristown. It will be warmer but less sunny today.
June 26, 2010
By Janet Evanovich St. Martin's Press. 309 pp. $27.99 Reviewed by Paul Davis Variety.com recently reported that actress Katherine Heigl has landed a "plum" role. Heigl is set to portray Janet Evanovich's comic crime-fighting character, Stephanie Plum, in a film version of One for the Money , the first book in the popular series. Plum, for those who don't read chick-lit comic crime fiction, is a pretty bond-enforcement agent from Trenton - a modern-day bounty hunter.