We are celebrating the Road to 100 episodes! Yes, we have reached that magical milestone, where TV shows used to become eligible for syndication. (Ok. I’m ready.) Have you watched an episode created in the PhillyCAM Studio? It is a whole different experience from the live pandemic episodes. In total, there were seven episodes created in the studio.
My cousin Tory Irvin started at PhillyCAM with me. Along with the rest of the crew, we certified together to work in the main studio. I am grateful to have had the support of the #1 Crew at PhillyCAM. Tory was one of many family members who supported this effort. Three others became certified, Auntie Ursula Toomer Berfet, and cousins Loretta Menokin, and Robin Toomer.
Thank you for your dedication! LeVay Nite, Karen Walker, Frank Weindel, Tory Irvin, Pete Celona, Rudolph Vincent, Ursula Toomer, James L Dennis Jr, Dena Marie, Delmer Gill, Andre Caulde, Toni J, Sherry Patterson, Loretta Menokin, Stephanie Seymour, Robin Toomer, Loretta Phillips, Ariel Thompkins. Huge thanks to the teacher and inspiration to us all, Charles Postell.
Check out Tory learning how to find ancestors online using popular websites like Ancestry and FamilySearch. Using the quick start method for online genealogy we will uncover over 150 years of this millennial’s family history.
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