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Health Partners: In Wellness and Health, Partners for Life.
Following a blessing from Reverend Anthony Floyd, president, Philadelphia Council of Clergy, and the official ribbon cutting led by William S. George, Health Partners staff served a scrumptious lunch to health plan members and other invited guests.
Caption: (L-r): Felicia Phillips, public affairs program manager, recites the countdown as Lil' Miss Sequaya Cooper, accompanied by Sean McMonagle, representative to Councilman Frank DiCicco, First District; Reverend Anthony Floyd, president, Philadelphia Council of Clergy; and Caroline Russell, vice president, member and provider services, assists Bill George, president and CEO, with the ribbon cutting. (Photography credit: K.S.N. Images, Inc.)
Rev. Anthony Floyd President of Philadelphia Council of Clergy; special guest of honor @ the ceremony.
"The best candidate won," said Rev. ...
"The best candidate won," said Rev. Anthony Floyd, founder and president of the Philadelphia Council of Clergy, which lent its heartiest endorsement over the weekend.
Rendell's overwhelming victory in the city served as crushing blows to organized labor, particularly public employee unions, and to powerful state Sen.
George's PW stories
"He gave the mayor a rough time while he was in City Council, and people look down upon that," says Rev. Anthony Floyd, president and CEO of the Philadelphia Council of Clergy.
"He's just arrogant.
"He would jump into a swimming pool for his people," Floyd
says, fondly referring to Ed Rendell's old mayoral tradition of annually opening city pools by launching his large, hairy body into the water.
mostly African-American contingent pulling for a Caucasian candidate this year, in recent mayoral elections, the voters tended to support people who look like themselves.
Bishop Anthony Floyd, Sr., ...
Bishop Anthony Floyd, Sr., is founder, president and CEO, of the Council of Clergy, which is based at 2644 N. 22nd Street.