Pennsylvania is a suburban community located outside of
Philadelphia in Lower Merion Township, Pennsylvania. Wynnewood
was named in 1691 for Dr. Thomas Wynne, William Penn's physician
and the first Speaker of the Pennsylvania General Assembly.
Wynnewood is one of the many neighborhoods on the Pennsylvania
Main Line, and encompasses suburban residential neighborhoods as
well as institutions such as Lankenau Hospital, St. Charles
Seminary, Palmer Theological Seminary, and Friends' Central
School. Kobe Bryant of the Los Angeles Lakers lived in Wynnewood
while attending Lower Merion High School, located in nearby
Ardmore, Pennsylvania. Billionaire Walter H. Annenberg, media
mogul, philanthropist, arts patron, and ambassador to the court
of St. James passed away at his home in Wynnewood in 2002.
Wynnewood has approximately 4,900 homes and 12,700 residents.
Residents of Wynnewood cooperate with those of adjacent Ardmore
in many ways, one of which is the ArdWood Civic Association.
South Ardmore Park is partly in Wynnewood, and partly in
Ardmore. This park is the site of a free or low-cost summer
camp, sporting activities, walking paths, and a verdant setting.
Wynnewood itself is mostly residential, with its shopping in
various clusters. The largest shopping center in Wynnewood is,
unsurprisingly, Wynnewood Shopping Center, home to Borders,
Genuardi's, EB Games, and various other shops. Many "Wynnewoodians"
go to other districts of the Main Line, like Ardmore or
Narberth, for shopping, because Wynnewood itself is so
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