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Articles from the August 21, 2007 edition

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Public hearings on city Capital Budget, CDBG funding

The City of Pittsburgh will hold two public hearings to seek input from interested residents and community organizations on the 2008 Capital Budget and the 2008 Community Development Block Grant Program. The hearings will be held prior to the...

 

Stop the Violence picnic at McKinley

My Brothers Keeper will hold its annual Stop the Violence Picnic and memorial basketball game on Sunday, Aug. 26 from noon to 7 p.m. in lower McKinley Park. The community is invited for free food, fun and fellowship. There will be carnival rides,...

 

County pools will be closing for the season on Labor Day

The Allegheny County Parks Department has released the schedule for the conclusion of the 2007 Swimming Season at its four pool facilities. The Boyce Park Wave Pool and North Park Swimming Pool will be closed from through August 24 and from August...

 

Fashion show will benefit cancer research

Philip Pelusi Salons continue efforts in the fight against cancer with their annual Hair and Fashion Show. Philip Pelusi, 96.1 KISS FM, Pittsburgh's CW, Docherty Model & Talent Agency, Fotorecord Print Center and many more are joining together for...

 

Principals Night in Beltzhoover

The Greater Beltzhoover Inter-Agency Network is hosting its annual Meet the Principals Night on Tuesday, Aug. 28. Dr. Ethel Flam, new principal of Grandview Elementary School is confirmed as one of the speakers. The meeting will take place in Upper...

 

Rally Day at Trinity Church

Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church will sponsor a Rally Day on Sunday, Sept. 9 beginning at 9 a.m. with Sunday school/Bible study for all ages. Worship begins at 10:30 a.m. Following worship there will be a burger burn/pot luck lunch. A free-will...

 

City Theatre holding annual Open House

City Theatre will hold its fifth annual free Open House on Friday, Sept. 7 from 5-10 p.m. Visitors can take behind-the-scenes tours of the back stage area, see the costume and paint shops, visit the rehearsal room, hear a set design presentation, mee...

 

Learn more about how to prevent graffiti

The South Side Community Council will host another in a series of meetings to help prevent graffiti in the neighborhood on Monday, Aug. 27 at 7 p.m. The meeting at the CCI Center, 64 S. 14th Street, will feature representatives from the Pennsylvania...

 

Teen Girl Squad recruiting

The Teen Girl Squad is seeking girls 2-18 years old that live in the 15210 and 15211 zip codes for fun activities after school. The program will start Tuesday, Sept. 11 from 4:30-6:30 p.m. at Bethlehem Church, 731 Excelsior Street, Allentown and...

 

“My House is Worth What?” looking for area homeowners

Holly Schwartz, segment producer for the television program “My House is Worth What?,” is seeking homeowners who would be interested in having their residence evaluated by the show. Those responding should have lived in their home for at least...

 

OASIS offering computer skills classes in Allentown for adults 50 plus

OASIS Connections is offering practical and fun computer classes for adults 50 plus. No experience or computer is needed to get started. Those with some computer experience will benefit from intermediate classes that will help update and expand their...

 

Mayor's meeting for So. Pittsburgh

Mayor Luke Ravenstahl will host a “community conversation” with South Pittsburgh residents on Wednesday, Aug. 29 in the AV room of Saint John Vianney Parish Center in the basement of 823 Climax Street. The meeting, one of only 10 in the city, is...

 

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