The Brewerytown/Sharswood Community Civic Association (BSCCA) is a non-partisan, non-profit organization established within the City of Philadelphia.

About BSCCA

BSCCA started in the year 2000 and has progressed over the years.

BSCCA began with a group a neighbors who would come together and clean the streets the evening before trash day. "Meet Me at the Curb" was the slogan, and from there came an awareness of other issues that existed in the community, and the desire to do more for the neighborhood.

BSCCA connues to be a strong force in our neighborhood. BSCCA has done a number of works to better the neighborhood and bring resources to our community.

The People At Brewerytown Sharswood

Board Members:

  • Warren McMichael - President
  • Talmadge Belo - Vice-President
  • Sheila Belo - Treasurer
  • Stephanie Belo - Secretary
  • At-Large:

  • Herman Arce II
  • Fran Popek
  • Inman Lawrence
  • James McFadden
  • Leola McFadden
  • Stehphanie Ridgeway
  • Brenda Watkins
  • Kimberly Wilson
  • Diane Marshall
  • Naomi Roberson
  • Membership Chair:

  • Richardine Bradley
  • NAC Executive Director

  • Darnetta Arce
  • NAS Committee:

  • Herman Arce II
  • Wayman Blackstone
  • Stephanie Ridgeway
  • Tonya Woodard
  • Janice Mann
  • Andrew Hart
  • Rasheedah Phillips, Esq.
  • Eric Mackie, Esq.
  • BSCCA Accomplishments

  • Established a Neighborhood Advisory Council (NAC) which provides information on resources throughout our neighborhood and city.
  • Helped with the making of "Athletic Recreastion Center: The Jewel of Brewertyown" a monie that describes the legacy of the ball fields and recreation center at 26th and Master streets in North Philadelpphia.
  • Advocated for a new pool at Athletic Recreation Center, ad other improvemnts throughout the facilty.
  • Advocated to bring a grocery store to the Brewery-Sharswood neighborhood.
  • Worked with developers as part of revitalization efforts.
  • Collaborated with Philadelphia More Beautiful Committee (PMBC) on sanitaiton programs.
  • Partnered with the Philadelphia Corporation for Ageing (PCA) and made donations to assist with neighborhood seniors.