Youngsters who take part in Philadelphia’s After School Activities Partnership put their Scrabble smarts to the test during a competition inside the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
A Philadelphia non-profit organization dedicated to keeping kids safe, active and engaged after school hosted a scrabble tournament at the parkway central library today.
150 elementary students faced off around scrabble boards, testing their skills but also having fun.
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Students across Philadelphia who have been playing scrabble in their local scrabble clubs gathered at the Philadelphia school district building to play against each other.
October is “Philly Plays Scrabble Month,” and game events are being held at various schools and recreation centers around the city.