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Phyllis Eckelmeyer

Advocate and Performer

Town and Country Players

HQ Phone:  (215) 348-7566

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Town and Country Players

P.O. Box 323

Doylestown, Pennsylvania,18901

United States

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Background Information

Employment History

Pastor

United Church of Christ


Coordinator

Children's Theatre Company


Affiliations

Maasai Cultural Exchange Project

Co-Founder


Town and Country Players

Board Member


Michigan College of Emergency Physicians

Co-founder


UC Carversville

Member of Second Baptist Church Reading, Maasai Student


Web References(23 Total References)


Co-founder of Maasai Organization to be honored by CB Chamber - Times Publishing Newspapers, Inc.

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Long-time Doylestown resident, Phyllis Eckelmeyer, a co-founder of the Maasai Cultural Exchange Project (MCEP) of Pt. Pleasant, PA, has been selected by the Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce to receive its Humanitarian Lifetime Achievement Award.
Phyllis will be honored at the Chamber's celebration scheduled for Friday, April 7th at Spring Mill Manor in Ivyland. The Humanitarian Award is one of four recognitions presented to four different individuals that "Celebrate the lives and careers of Distinguished Honorees..." Phyllis and Jennifer Ellsworth - also of Bucks County - founded the tax-exempt organization in 2004. Throughout her life Phyllis has touched many - as a teacher, as a caseworker, as the manager of her own senior daycare center and recently as a Deacon with Salem United Church of Christ in Doylestown. She is an advocate/performer for Town and Country Players of Buckingham. The Kenyan Maasai embraced her into their tribal family with the namesake Namunyak. This translates in the Maa language as "Luck." Such an honor reflects how the Maasai's survival has moved forward because in 2004, Phyllis instinctively walked across the platform at the Hamilton, NJ train station, reached out her hand to people she did not know and said, "Hello - do you speak English?" Contact Central Bucks Chamber at 215.348.3913 for more information about their April 7th awards dinner and celebration. PHOTO CAP: Phyllis Eckelmeyer (right) just after her attempt at milking a goat in Kenya. FOLLOW TIMES PUBLISHING


www.maasaiculturalproject.org

Phyllis Eckelmeyer - Producer
Skylar Bird - Student Producer


Education Fund

www.maasaiculturalproject.org [cached]

It was through her involvement in this project that I met Phyllis Eckelmeyer, co-founder and activist in the Maasai Cultural Exchange Project (MCEP) in Doylestown, PA.
Ms. Eckelmeyer introduced me to Francis ole Sakuda, a respected leader of the Maasai tribe in Kenya, East Africa and also the executive director of SIMOO, a community based non-profit organization registered in Kenya as an NGO. Francis and Phyllis visited our school to give a presentation about his Maasai community in Kenya and explain the need for water in Maasailand.


MCEP Film Project "Quench"

www.maasaiculturalproject.org [cached]

Phyllis Eckelmeyer - Producer
Skylar Bird - Student Producer


Town and Country Players - 1998 Board of Directors

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Phyllis Eckelmeyer


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