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RJ Sokol Memorial Golf Outing Raises $10,000 for NBV Fire Department Page 8
Peters Creek Historical Society to Hold a Spooky Halloween Program Page 14
2021 Washington County ATHENA Leadership Award Recipients Announced Page 18
Cal U Students Make Blankets for Afghan Refugees in Pittsburgh Volunteer opportunity is sponsored by the Hispanic Student Association and the College of Education and Human Services at California University of Pennsylvania Students at California University of Pennsylvania volunteered to hand knit blankets for refugees from Afghanistan who have come to live in Pittsburgh. The volunteer opportunity was sponsored by the Hispanic Samantha Kubitza, a junior social Student Association and the College work major, begins work of Education and Liberal Arts. The on her blanket. blankets will be distributed by JFCS Refugee and Immigrant Services, in Pittsburgh. “The organization said they have a lot of supplies, so why not make something a little more special?” said Dr. Andrea Cencich, assistant professor and Hispanic Student Association adviser. “Our students took two hours out of their day to makes these blankets, which we will pack up and deliver to
Nalani Lowman, a first-year pre-law student, looks over her finished blanket.
Sebastian Lauver (left), a junior social work major, and Danyelle Mccarrison, a first-year environmental studies major, take part inproject to help refugees from Afghanistan.
Pittsburgh. We don’t know who will get them, but we hope it brings a smile.” It was a meaningful experience for Adela Howsare, a sophomore psychology major. “I felt a lot of emotions,” she said. “I have a friend who is Afghan, and also my mother grew up in Nicaragua during a civil war, so it makes me want to something for people in those situations.”
‘Trunk-N-Treat’ Event at Crossroads Ministries, Finleyville Set for Oct. 27 Crossroads Ministries in Finleyville will be holding a ‘Trunk-N-Treat’ event in their parking lot on Wednesday, October 27. This is a fun night for your family where the kind people of Crossroads dress up and decorate their cars and hand out candy from the trunks of their cars. You and your family are invited to dress up and join the fun. All children must be accompanied by an adult. This event is free, but space is limited. You must register so we can properly plan for you! Please visit our website www.crsmin.com to register for this free event. There are three(3) different time slots to choose from: 6:30-7:00pm; 7:007:30pm; and 7:30-8:00pm. Please select which time slot you will attend when you get your tickets! Crossroads Ministries is located at 81 Walter Long Rd, Finleyville, PA 15332, one mile south of Trax Farms, overlooking Route 88. For more information about Crossroads, please visit their website at www.crsmin.com or call 724-348-1620
Ghost Tours and Haunted Tales in Monongahela The Monongahela Area Historical Society is offering their popular Ghost Walks and Haunted Tales events during the month of October. The society has been delighting people from across the region and has developed a following for its ‘spooky’ events that are now in their twentieth year. These events are led by two long-time officers of the Historical Society, Susan Bowers and Carol Frye. Susan has published a book offering additional details of these stories and others. Come if you dare. You may be scared if you attend, but you will not be disappointed. To purchase tickets to these events, go to: Eventbrite at www.EventBrite.com. Call 724-2586432 with questions Candlelight Ghost Walk Tours: October 8, 9, 22, 23 Gathering 7:15 p.m. at the Longwell House, 711 West Main
Street, Monongahela. $15 per person; held rain or shine; advance purchase required. This is our traditional walking guided-tour that takes you through the historic district of Monongahela, PA, one of the oldest communities in the region. Armchair Ghost Tales: October 16 Begins at 6:30 p.m. For this event, we tell haunted tales in a seated format in the comfort of the Longwell House, 711 West Main Street, Monongahela. Snacks included. $20 per person. Space is limited. Advance purchase required. Spine Tingling Tales Around the Fire at the Longwell House: October 29 Begins at 7:00 p.m.; $15 per person. (Please no one under 10 years of age). This event is held rain or shine in the back yard of the Longwell House, 711 West Main Street, Monongahela, PA. Advance purchase required.
SAVE THE DATE Murder Mystery Dinner at Thomas Presbyterian Church, November 6 Thomas Presbyterian Church, in Eighty Four, will hold a ‘Murder Mystery Dinner’ on Saturday November 6, 2021. Doors open at 5:15 PM, with dinner served at 6:00 PM. The Murder Mystery will be performed by Mystery’s Most Wanted, who has been performing murder mysteries in the Pittsburgh area for over 20 years and have been featured on WQED’S PITTSBURGH 360. The show performed will be “Slay Bells Over Broadway.” Journey to 1940’s Broadway, where this year’s Christmas show is about ready to drop on the sleaziest agent in town. Make plans to join us for good food and an evening of fun. Tickets are $25 and can be purchased at the church office Monday thru Friday from 8:00 AM until noon or by contacting the church office at 724-941-8910. Thomas Presbyterian Church is located at 1068 Linden Road in Eighty Four, PA.
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PLACES to GO THINGS to SEE STUFF to DO OCTOBER 1 - 2 FLEA MARKET - The Ladies Guild of St. Nicholas Orthodox Church will hold its annual flea market on Friday, October 1 and Saturday, October 2, 2021 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the church. The church is located at the corner of Sixth Street and Marne Avenue in Monongahela. There will also be a bake sale and food including kielbasa or hot dogs with sauerkraut, haluski made with dumplings, ham barbecue, and pizza. For more information, please call 412 655-1668.
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OCTOBER 8 PUMPKIN FESTIVAL - The Auxiliary of Mon-Vale Health Resources, Inc. is sponsoring a Pumpkin Festival on Friday, Oct. 8 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Monongahela Valley Hospital’s Anthony M. Lombardi Education Conference Center and the outdoor Central Plaza. The community is invited to visit the festival for lunch and seasonal shopping. Menu items offered include Pumpkin Soup, Loaded Baked Potato, Turkey Croissant, Caramel Cobbler and Cider. In addition, the festival will feature the sale of fall decorations including colorful garden mums, pumpkins in all sizes and bales of hay. Parking is free. Proceeds from the Auxiliary's festival are used to benefit the Hospital's patients and visitors. For more information, contact the Gift Shop at 724-258-1167.
spaces left for a crafter. If interested, call Kathy at 412-833-1266 or send an email with a photo of your craft(s) to SPWC.email@example.com. The SPWC will also sponsor a raffle, Chinese Auction, lunch, refreshments and bake goods. Come to Broughton Fire Hall and start your shopping early. All proceeds benefit South Park Women’s Club on-going community activities and three scholarship funds.
OCTOBER 9 FALL FANTASY DANCE Sponsored by the Carroll Township Volunteer Fire Company will be held at the Carroll Township Social Center on Saturday, October 9 from 7:00 – 10:00pm. The DJ is Ralph Trilli. Beverages and food will be available for purchase. Tickets are $10 and they can be purchased either early or at the door. For tickets and more information call 724-379-5050.
YOUTH PHEASANT HUNT - The Rostraver sportsmen located at 539 Cedar Creek Rd. in Belle Vernon, Pa. will hold their annual youth pheasant hunt on Saturday October 9, 2021. To register for this event use the game commission website.
TEEN ZOMBIE FEST - Tuesday, October 12 from 3:30-5:30 PM. Learn how to create spooky effects such as fake guts, blood, scar wax and techniques for zombie make-up. Participants are encouraged to come dressed as a zombie. Door prizes, refreshments and more! Location: Brennan Plaza. Online registration is required at www.whitehallpubliclibrary.org or call 412-882-6622.
OCTOBER 9 ANNUAL CRAFT SHOW – The South Park Women’s Club (SPWC) will hold their annual Craft Show, on Saturday, October 9 from 10:00AM – 3:00PM at the Broughton Fire Hall, in South Park township. The club moved their venue from South Park County Park, to the firehall 2 years ago. Unfortunately, last years’ show had to be cancelled at the firehall due to Covid. Over 50+ crafters (no vendors) will be on hand to display their wares and goods. There are a few
OCTOBER 16 ROSARY CRUSADE - The public square rosary crusade will have a public rosary on Saturday October 16, 2021 at 12:00 PM at the Epiphany of Our Lord Church located at 44 Pennsylvania Blvd. in Monessen, Pa. 15062. Please dress for inclement weather and bring a chair. For more information call 724-684-7099.
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FALL RUMMAGE SALE - Spencer United Methodist Church will be holding a ‘Fall Rummage Sale’ on Friday, October 15 (9 am - 3 pm) and Saturday, October 16 (9 am – 12 pm). Shop for great bargains on Fall/winter clothes, small appliances, kitchenware, bedding/linens, jewelry, pictures/frames, games/puzzles, toys, holiday decorations, etc. Bring a friend or two. You never know what treasure you may find. Spencer United Methodist Church is located at 117 Spencer Ave., Pittsburgh 15227. If you have any questions, please call Pam Ozanich at 412-8814000.
‘FILL A BAG FOR $5’ BOOK SALE - The West Newton Library will hold their final fundraiser, ‘Fill A Bag for $5’ Book Sale, on October 22 and 23 outside in the parking lot at 124 N. Water Street in West Newton, Pa. This event is being held from 8:00am to 2:00pm. The library has purchased a large storage container and it is filled with the donations they have received since their last sale, plus they will be acquiring books from the Norwin Library to make this a truly large sale!
OCTOBER 16 AND 23 HOBGOBLIN HIKES - The only free events of their kind in our area, these haunted walks are sponsored by Westmoreland County Parks and Recreation. The Hobgoblin Hikes alternate between four regional parks every year; in 2021, Hobgoblin Hikes will be offered only at Cedar Creek Park on Saturday, October 16, and at Twin Lakes Park on Saturday, October 23. Hikes run from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. and will only be cancelled due to severe weather. Recommended for ages eight and over, the Hobgoblin Hikes are half-mile guided outdoor walks through the haunted woods of the park. Visitors can expect to be led through tunnels and cemeteries, and past more than 100 zombies, ghosts, and monsters. No two Hobgoblin Hikes are exactly the same and each park has unique haunted scenes. The Hobgoblin Hikes are a safe family alternative to conventional trick-or-treating. Parents are encouraged to attend with their children. Monetary donations are greatly appreciated! For more info, please call Westmoreland County Parks and Recreation at (724) 830-3950 or visit our website at www.co.westmoreland.pa.us/parks.
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OCTOBER 23 CARD PARTY - Pittsburgh South Hills Elks will be holding a Card Party on October 23. Cost is $20 per person. Doors open at 11:30 A.M., and lunch will be served at 12:00 noon. There will also be a Chinese Auction. Funds raised will be used for our charity projects. The South Hills Elks is located at 2789 South Park Road, in Bethel Park, PA 15102. To purchase tickets, call 412-831-0616.
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OCTOBER 27 SPOOKY HALLOWEEN PROGRAM - A program of Halloween thrills and chills is in store for the ghosts and goblins of Peters Creek Historical Society and guests on Monday, October 27 at 7:30 pm, at Wrights United Methodist Church, 788 Venetia Road in Venetia. Mr. James Ahearn will present a program of self produced film clips sure to be a treat to capture the spirit of the season. The clips feature a range of interest to include English cyptids in Wolds Panther to a few of the famous and infamous female persona in Elizabeth Schuyler Hamilton (17571854), socialite, philantropist and wife of founding father, Alexander Hamiton and duelist Helene Hoffmon Cole (1893-1919). The public is welcome!
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PLACES to GO THINGS to SEE STUFF to DO OCTOBER 30 GOBLIN HUNT - Rostraver Township will be holding a ‘Goblin Hunt’ event on Saturday, October 30 at 1:00PM at the John DiVirgilio Sports Complex, Recreation Drive, Rostraver Township. Please join us for a Goblin Hunt while you search for treats and take a chance to win prizes.
OCTOBER 30 MONESSEN'S CITY-WIDE TRICK OR TREAT - Saturday, October 30, 2021 from 1:00pm to 3:00pm and the 8th Annual ‘Trunk or Treat’ will be held from 4:00pm – 6:00pm at Monessen City Park Walking Track. In case of inclement weather, the
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OCTOBER 31 39TH ANNUAL CARPATHORUSYN CELEBRATION – St. John the Baptist Church in Uniontown, will hold the 39th Annual CarpathoRusyn Celebration on Sunday, October 31. The festival will be held in the Parish Social Hall and parking lot from 12:00 noon to 4:00 p.m. or until sold out. Divine Liturgy for the day will be 9:00 a.m. Food items available in the Social Hall will be
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South Park Women’s Club Annual Craft Show – Oct 9 The South Park Women’s Club (SPWC) will hold their annual Craft Show, on Saturday, October 9 from 10:00AM – 3:00PM at the Broughton Fire Hall, in South Park township. The club moved their venue from South Park County Park, to the firehall 2 years ago. Unfortunately, last years’ show had to be cancelled at the firehall due to Covid. Over 50+ crafters (no vendors) will be on hand to display their wares and goods. There are a few spaces left for a crafter. If interested, call Kathy at 412-833-1266 or send an email with a photo of your craft(s) to SPWC.email@example.com. In addition to all the crafters, the SPWC sponsor a raffle, Chinese Auction, lunch, refreshments and bake goods to enjoy while at the show or to take home. Need a gift for someone? It’s not too early to think “Christmas” either. Come to Broughton Fire Hall and start your shopping early. All proceeds benefit South Park Women’s Club on-going community activities and three scholarship funds.
RJ Sokol Memorial Golf Outing Raises $10,000 for NBV Fire Department The RJ Sokol Memorial Golf Outing was held on August 21 at the Madison Golf Course. 146 Golfers attended on a beautiful, warm sunny day. The event raised $10,000 which was donated to the North Belle Vernon Volunteer Fire Department in RJ’s memory to refurbish the old Christmas lights. “RJ would be so proud,” said his wife Lynn Sokol. “This complements the work he has done to make the NBV Community a wonderful enjoyable place to live!” This holiday season, instead of only having 6 strands of lights in town, it will be shining bright with 26 stands all lit up with the new LED bulbs that will be purchased with the donation.
Operation Christmas Child Shoebox Collection Week Announced at Crossroads Ministries Crossroads Ministries again will serve as a local drop-off site for this year's Operation Christmas Child shoebox distribution project. Now in its 28th year, Operation Christmas Child, a ministry of Samaritan's Purse, has collected shoeboxes filled with gifts for children ranging in ages from 2 to 14. The shoeboxes are delivered to children in need in the United States and around the world. Ccossroads Ministries is located at 81 Walter Long Drive, Finleyville. National Collection Week this year is Monday, Nov. 15, through Monday, Nov. 22. Curbside drop-off will be available. For more information and hours on Crossroads Ministries' collection program, call 724-348-1620.
Pictured, (L to R): Nancy Kinik, Bobby Sokol, Lynn Sokol, Tony Ross, Mike Wassilchak
Donora Public Library Holding Annual Cashew Sale Orders are being taken starting October 1 for the Donora Public Library’s annual cashew sale. This yearly offering helps raise muchneeded funds for the continued operation of the library. Impress your family, friends, employees or other special someone this holiday season with Koeze Colossal Cashews in 20 and 30-ounce reusable glass decanters. You can order by the jar or by the case. Prices are: 20-oz jar $33 or case of 6 for $198. A 30-oz jar is $42 and a case for $252. Orders will be taken at the Donora Public Library, 510 Meldon Avenue, Donora. You can phone in your order at (724) 379-7940 or Mrs. Mary Gene Delsandro, (724) 379-4567. The last day to order is October 29. Cashews will be hand-delivered to you in time for Thanksgiving.
Golfers and golf carts line up to take part in the RJ Sokol Memorial Golf Outing.
Dance Classes for Adults Offered in Bethel Park Adults, Keep Moving and Let's Dance for fun and fitness. Fall classes in Tap and Jazz will begin Monday evening, Oct. 25 at Miss Beverly's School of Dance in Bethel Park. For information, please call or text 724-3447910 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Kennywood’s “Choose the Color” Contest for Phantom’s Revenge Picks a Clear Winner With nearly 10,000 votes submitted in Kennywood’s “Choose the Color” poll, park fans on social media made their preference overwhelmingly clear: Phantom’s Revenge, recently voted America’s 2nd-best roller coaster, will be painted Petrifying Purple this offseason. With the monumental decision made, park teams now turn their paintbrushes towards another coaster due a fresh coat: Thunderbolt. “Kennywood is jam-packed with excitement for the entire family for the remainder of the year – starting with the last days of summer operation and then the launch of the all-new Phantom Fall Fest on October 1,” says Marketing Director Taylor Bulischeck. “Preparations are well underway for the new Phantom Fall Fest,” says Operations Director Marie Ruby. “Whether you want to Play All Day, Fright All Night, or do both, Halloween at Kennywood will be better than ever in 2021.”
Fall Rummage Sale in Brentwood Spencer United Methodist Church will be holding a ‘Fall Rummage Sale’ on Friday, October 15 (9 am - 3 pm) and Saturday, October 16 (9 am – 12 pm). Shop for great bargains on Fall/winter clothes, small appliances, kitchenware, bedding/linens, jewelry, pictures/frames, games/puzzles, toys, holiday decorations, etc. Bring a friend or two. You never know what treasure you may find. Spencer United Methodist Church is located at 117 Spencer Ave., Pittsburgh 15227. If you have any questions, call Pam Ozanich at 412-881-4000.
‘Horses with Hope’ Bowling Fundraiser November 14 Please join ‘Horses with Hope’ on Sunday, November 14, 2021, from 12:00 noon - 3:00 pm for their annual Bowling Fundraiser at the Meadows Lanes Bowling, 210 Racetrack Road, Washington, PA. Cost is $35 per person or $200 for a lane of 6 bowlers. Price includes food, refreshments, and bowling. Silent auction and 50/50 raffles will be available. Bring the family! Contact Joanne Slappo at 412-576-4154, or e-mail email@example.com, to reserve your lane today. Reservation deadline is Nov 5. Horses with Hope, Inc. is a 501c3 non-profit, accredited Discovery, Growth & Learning Center offering programs for children, youth, and adults in the southwestern Pennsylvania region for nearly 14 years. Their mission is to enhance the lives of those with emotional, physical, and cognitive needs through the benefits of therapeutic horseback riding and research-based equine-assisted learning activities. Originally in Washington, PA, Horses with Hope remained in Bethel Park in recent years before moving to the historic Gilfillan Farm in Upper St. Clair in June. The organization strives to increase outreach to individuals, local schools, group homes, hospitals, and organizations serving mental health populations. Visit the website at www.horseswithhope.org for additional fundraisers this year including United Way and Giving Tuesday. Support of our program is graciously appreciated with the help of volunteer opportunities as well as monetary donations through our website, or may be mailed to: Horses with Hope PO Box 56 Bridgeville, PA 15017
NEWS FROM THE JOYFUL BLOOMERS GARDEN CLUB The Joyful Bloomers Garden Club held their monthly meeting on September 8 at a pavilion near Lake Emily in Renziehausen Park in McKeesport. Sally Buchleitner gave a report on the crow and Andrea Rice gave an interesting report on butterflies. Ruth Carroll and Betty Lucot attended the first meeting of the District VII 2023 GCFP Convention to be held at the Double Tree in Monroeville. Our club will be responsible for Ways and Means. Ann Stronberg (our representative to the Confederation of McKeesport District Womens Club), asked for suggestions on how to spend the grant money we recieved. One of our clubs continuing projects is restoring a court yard at Kane Community Living Center in McKeesport for the enjoyment of the residents and staff. Our club also participates in a program that makes and distributes baby dolls for children who find themselves at McKeesport Hospital for one reason or another. Several of our members attended the District VII Annual Meeting at Jadens II in Monroeville. Annual awards were given. There was a buffet lunch and the program was Gold Medal Winning Gardens of the Chelsea Flower Show. The Joyful Bloomers participated in the Elizabeth Township Historical Societys Log Cabin day on September 25.
Galleria Mall to Host Fall “Anything Goes” Art Show The Galleria Mall will be hosting a Fall “Anything Goes” Art Show during the month of October. The show begins on Thursday, Sept. 30 at 12:00 noon. Show hours are Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays, 12:00 noon to 6:00 PM and Sundays, 12:00 noon to 5:00 PM each weekend in October. Several art leagues including South Arts Pittsburgh, Whitehall, McMurray Art League and Photo Section 1 and 2 will be participating. Attendees will be able to check out a variety of original artwork and photography by local artists. Artwork and photos are framed and ready to hang in your home or give as a thoughtful holiday gift. Cards and matted prints also available. Cash, check or credit cards accepted. Your support of local artists is greatly appreciated. The show is located at The Galleria Mt. Lebanon, 1500 Washington Rd, Mt Lebanon, PA 15228 in the former Charming Charlie’s space across from Houlihan’s restaurant. For more info or questions, please contact Bob Hayes at 412-496-4236 or NIKF4@aol.com
‘Sugarplum Shop & Art Gallery’ Set for Early November in Upper St. Clair The Upper St Clair League for the Arts is pleased to announce the ‘SUGARPLUM SHOP & Art Gallery 2021’ will be held on November 4 – 9 at the Activity Center, located at 1770 McLaughlin Run Road. Times for the event are as follows: • November 4 (10:00AM – 5:00PM) • November 5 (10:00AM – 5:00PM) • November 6 (10:00AM – 5:00PM) • November 7 (10:00AM – 2:00PM) • November 8 (10:00AM – 5:00PM) • November 9 (10:00AM – 2:00PM) • November 10 (10:00AM – 5:00PM) Attendees can view and purchase pottery, fiber art, stained glass, fused glass, painted gourds, cypress knee Santa’s, hand carved Santa’s, polymer clay, homemade soaps, jewelry, wreaths, pillows, center pieces, purses, covered notebooks and Susan Castriota’s patented micro-wave lids and so much more. The fine arts Gallery features paintings of all mediums, prints, plus photography. The Sugarplum Shop dates back to the 1970’s and has become one of the most successful events for the art league. More than 25 local artists will be featured and a portion of the sales will be given as an art scholarship to a USC high school student.
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Apple Dumpling Sale in Elizabeth Bethesda United Presbyterian Church in Elizabeth is holding their advance order apple dumpling sale. The apple dumplings are $4 each and may be picked up on Saturday, October 30 from 12:00 noon until 2:00 p.m. at the Church. Orders must be received by Sunday, October 24. The apple dumplings may be ordered “baked” or “unbaked and frozen.” Please call 412-384-9616 to order. If you get the answering machine, please leave your name, phone number, quantity and type of apple dumplings requested. You will receive a return phone call confirming your order. You may also drop your order off at the Church (white mailbox on porch if no answer) or mail your order to the Church. You may pay in advance (check payable to Bethesda Board of Deacons) or pay on pick-up. Bethesda United Presbyterian Church is located at 314 South Third Street, Elizabeth Boro, PA 15037 (at the bottom of the Rt. 51 North off-ramp and across from Dollar General).
Fall Fantasy Dance in Carroll Township A Fall Fantasy Dance sponsored by the Carroll Township Volunteer Fire Company will be held at the Carroll Township Social Center on Saturday, October 9 from 7:00 – 10:00pm. The DJ is Ralph Trilli. Beverages and food will be available for purchase. Tickets are $10 and they can be purchased either early or at the door. For tickets and more information call 724-379-5050.
3rd Annual Veteran’s Day Lunch in Bethel Park – Nov. 5 The Bethel Park Chamber of Commerce will be sponsoring the 3rd Annual Veterans Day ‘Take a Vet to Lunch’ program, on November 5, 2021 at the Bethel Park Community Center. The event will start at 11:30AM, and food will be provided by Rowdy BBQ and Pasta TOO. Guest speaker for this event will be Senator Devlin Robinson. Veterans eat for FREE, and non-veterans will be $20. The Bethel Park Community Center is located at 5151 Park Avenue in Bethel Park, PA 15102. For questions or additional information, please contact 412-595-8361 or visit WWW.BPCHAMBER.ORG
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WHITEHALL PUBLIC LIBRARY ANNOUNCES OCTOBER PROGRAMS AND EVENTS The Whitehall Public Library is offering a variety of educational and fun programs during the month of October. Please register for these events at their website, or call 412-882-6622. The Whitehall Public Library is located at 100 Borough Park Drive, Pittsburgh, PA 15236 Family Night: Light and Shadow Workshop Monday, October 4 at 6:30 PM This Leap into Science workshop will provide hands-on activities and experiments for kids to explore the characteristics of light and shadow. Leap into Science is a nationwide program, engineered by the Franklin Institute, that integrates open-ended science activities with children’s books, designed for children ages 3-10 and their families. Online registration is required at www.whitehallpubliclibrary.org or call 412-882-6622. Put Your Best Fork Forward: A Talk About Diabetes, Nutrition, and Goals Wednesday, October 6 at 1:00 PM Whether you have diabetes, are unsure about your status, or simply curious about preventive measures, please join the library for a program about fast facts and long-term goals. Registered Dietitian Carla DeJesus will lead a short and informal chat that will show us the way to make small changes for big results –one forkful at a time! Ms. DeJesus will review diabetes basics, lessons on carb counting and goal setting, and tutorials on new technology for checking blood glucose. Healthy refreshments will be provided. Online registration is required at www.whitehallpubliclibrary.org or call 412-882-6622. Autumn Art Fun Monday, October 11 at 6:30 PM Celebrate the colors of fall! Join us for a night of creative fun. We will have many art projects to choose from or create your own. Bring a smock or paint shirt. Location: Brennan Plaza. Online registration is required at www.whitehallpubliclibrary.org or call 412-882-6622. Teen Zombie Fest Tuesday, October 12 from 3:30-5:30 PM Get ready for Halloween with our zombie walk and special effects program. Join us between 3:30-5:30 pm for gory fun! Learn how to create spooky effects such as fake guts, blood, scar wax and techniques for zombie make-up. Participants are encouraged to come dressed as a zombie. Door prizes, refreshments and more! Location: Brennan Plaza. Online registration required at www.whitehallpubliclibrary.org or call 412-882-6622.
Rostraver Township ‘Goblin Hunt’ October 30 Rostraver Township will be holding a ‘Goblin Hunt’ event on Saturday, October 30 at 1:00PM at the John DiVirgilio Sports Complex, Recreation Drive, Rostraver Township. Please join us for a Goblin Hunt while you search for treats and take a chance to win prizes.
Cement City Walking Tour Covers Architecture and History By Lois Thomson "If you're interested in history, if you're interested in architecture, we cover all of those." Mark Pawelec, a volunteer at the Donora Historical Society and Smog Museum, was referring to the Cement City Home and Walking Tour, and why people would be interested in participating. Scheduled for Oct. 16 and 17, the tours begin at the museum located at 595 McKean Ave., with a presentation by museum curator and Cement City resident Brian Charlton, and is followed by a tour of two houses. Construction began on Cement City more than 100 years ago when the demand for housing coincided with the rapid growth of the steel mills in Donora. Housing needed to be constructed quickly and inexpensively, and a good option seemed to be to use concrete instead of traditional wood framing. Thomas Edison, who believed concrete houses could be built at a low cost, founded his own Portland (highly refined and finely ground) cement concrete factory in New Jersey in 1902. A neighbor of Edison's owned the Lambie Concrete House Corporation, and was chosen for the Cement City project. In addition to the connection with Edison, another distinctive and historic feature of these houses is that they are built in the prairie style that is most associated with Frank Lloyd Wright: they feature low-pitched hipped roofs (roofs where all sides slope downward to the walls) with wide, overhanging eaves, simple detailing, and smooth planes. Pawelec said this is the 11th year for the tour, and the idea began as a way to reach people. "We were looking for a way to promote Cement City, to basically think outside the box on how we were introducing history to the public." He said once they started, the tours "kind of took hold," and he said the architecture and building-designs component is a big draw. "We've had people come from Youngstown, Morgantown. A professor from West Virginia University. We've had architectural preservationists on our tours. We had a guy who studied at Frank Lloyd Wright's Taliesin school and met him once. They find out about it and they are willing to travel. Brian is a good storyteller, and we get people on the tour whose friends have recommended it." The 2-1/2 hour tour starts at 1 p.m. with a presentation of photos, artifacts and blueprints on Donora's National Historic District. The photos were taken during all phases of Cement City construction in 1916 and 1917. The home tour follows in the Historic District and points out various architectural and social details. The tour concludes by visiting the interiors of two homes with rooms that have been restored to the period. The cost is $15 per person.
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED TO DELIVER MEALS IN THE MON VALLEY Do You Have A Few Hours A Week to Spare for A Worthwhile Cause? Donora Senior Center is in desperate need of volunteers for their home delivered meals program for the Donora and Carroll township areas. (This program is also referred to “meals on wheels.”) The 3 routes take a little over an hour. You can volunteer once a week, once every other week, once a month. Mileage reimbursement is available for volunteers that drive. Drivers and runners are needed Mondays through Fridays. Please call the Donora Senior Center at 724-379-6446 or contact us at email@example.com.
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‘Fill A Bag For $5’ Book Sale at West Newton Library The West Newton Library will hold their final fundraiser, ‘Fill A Bag for $5’ Book Sale, on October 22 and 23 outside in the parking lot at 124 N. Water Street in West Newton, Pa. This event is being held from 8:00am to 2:00pm. The library has purchased a large storage container and it is filled with the donations they have received since their last sale, plus they will be acquiring books from the Norwin Library to make this a truly large sale! Children’s Story Hour The library has started a Story Hour, which will be held every Monday from 1:00pm to 2:00pm. Please register your child by calling the library at 724-633-0798 so we will have enough crafts and treats for the children attending. Adults must accompany children who attend.
39th Annual Carpatho-Rusyn Celebration – October 31 St. John the Baptist Church in Uniontown, will hold the 39th Annual Carpatho-Rusyn Celebration on Sunday, October 31. The festival will be held in the Parish Social Hall and parking lot from 12:00 noon to 4:00 p.m. or until sold out. Divine Liturgy for the day will be 9:00 a.m. Food items available in the Social Hall will be TAKE OUT ONLY and the menu includes: Ethnic Platter (2 pirohi, 1 holubki, halushki, and kolbasi)- $10, Kolbasi Sandwich - $4.50, Halushki - $3/pint or $6/quart, Pirohi -$10/dozen (limit 1 dozen), Holubki -$12 half dozen (limit 1 dozen). Baked goods including Long Rolls (Nut, Poppyseed, Apricot, and Pineapple Cottage Cheese), Kolachi, Cookies, Cakes, Breads, and more; and Raffle items will be available in parking lot behind church/school building. Handicapped accessible. Subject to change. Admission is free. For information call 724-438-6027, M-F 9AM-3 PM, (leave message). Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please check the parish website http://www.stjohnbaptist-byzcath-uniontown.org/ the week of the event for a possible changes. St. John the Baptist Church in is located at 201 E. Main Street in Uniontown.
Card Party Slated at South Hills Elks October 23 Pittsburgh South Hills Elks will be holding a Card Party on October 23. Cost is $20.00 per person. Doors open at 11:30 A.M., and lunch will be served at 12:00 noon. There will also be a Chinese Auction. Funds raised will be used for our charity projects. The South Hills Elks is located at 2789 South Park Road, in Bethel Park, PA 15102. To purchase tickets, call 412-831-0616.
Peters Creek Historical Society to Hold a Spooky Halloween Program A program of Halloween thrills and chills is in store for the ghosts and goblins of Peters Creek Historical Society and guests on Monday, October 27 at 7:30 pm, at Wrights United Methodist Church, 788 Venetia Road in Venetia. Mr. James Ahearn will present a program of self produced film clips sure to be a treat to capture the spirit of the season. The clips feature a range of interest to include English cyptids in Wolds Elizabeth Schuyler Hamilton; portrait Panther to a few of the famous by Ralph Earl, c. 1787 (public domain) and infamous female persona in Elizabeth Schuyler Hamilton (1757-1854), socialite, philantropist and wife of founding father, Alexander Hamiton and duelist Helene Hoffmon Cole (1893-1919). The public is welcome! Check out the society's website: www.peterscreekhistoricalsociety.org to learn more about the society, the Enoch Wright House and log cabin. Tours of the Enoch Wright House and Museum of Westward Expansion, a National and State Register Historic site can be arranged by calling 724746-3203.
SAVE THE DATE The soup is on the stove December 12, 2021 for the society's annual "Soup and Stroll." Details to follow!
Monessen Halloween Activities Set The City of Monessen has announced its annual activities for Halloween, throughout the month of October. The Monessen Halloween parade will return this year in Downtown Monessen. The Parade will be held at 7:00pm on Thursday, October 21, with the lineup beginning at 6:30pm. The parade will be open to anyone wishing to participate. Vehicles and organizations are welcome. The lineup will begin on Wendell Ramey Lane and will travel through Downtown Monessen, and will stop at the Mon Valley EMS Building. The event is being coordinated by Castle Blood, a haunted attraction in Monessen. Monessen's City-Wide Trick or Treat will be held on Saturday, October 30, 2021 from 1:00pm to 3:00pm and the 8th Annual ‘Trunk or Treat’ will be held from 4:00pm – 6:00pm at Monessen City Park Walking Track. In case of inclement weather, the event will be held at the park's upper parking lot off of Euclid Drive. The Trunk or Treat is being sponsored by the Monessen Amphitheater Committee, Monessen Community Development Corporation, and the Monessen Recreation Board.
South Park Women’s Club Guest Speaker for October Club Membership Meeting Guest Speaker for the October 18 meeting of the South Park Women's Club will be Mrs. Lorraine Mszanski, Executive Director of South Park Theater. Many residents of South Park Twp. and surrounding communities have recognized for years that there is a GEM in our park. That gem is our little theater, which every year except during height of pandemic, has put on performances, that were outstanding from comedy, romance, musical, to even sometimes thrilling. Mrs. Mszanski, will tell the club more about her job, just what it entails and maybe even what is coming up for next season. Whether you attend live theater or not, come to hear Mrs. Mszanski talk about our little GEM on October 18th in the South Park Township Community Center Room at 7:00 PM. Evening consists of guest speaker and short business meeting and dessert. Women from other communities are welcome to attend the meeting and join as a member, if they wish. There are women from various areas, that are presently members.
Hobgoblin Hikes to be Held at Cedar Creek And Twin Lakes Parks The haunted Hobgoblin Hikes are just around the corner! The only free events of their kind in our area, these haunted walks are sponsored by Westmoreland County Parks and Recreation. The Hobgoblin Hikes alternate between four regional parks every year; in 2021, Hobgoblin Hikes will be offered only at Cedar Creek Park on Saturday, October 16, and at Twin Lakes Park on Saturday, October 23. Hikes run continuously from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. and will only be cancelled due to dangerous and severe weather. Recommended for ages eight and over, the Hobgoblin Hikes are half-mile guided outdoor walks through the haunted woods of the park. Visitors can expect to be led through tunnels and cemeteries, and past more than 100 zombies, ghosts, and monsters. No two Hobgoblin Hikes are exactly the same and each park has unique haunted scenes. The Hobgoblin Hikes are a safe family alternative to conventional trick-or-treating. Parents are encouraged to attend with their children. Monetary donations are greatly appreciated! Volunteers ages 15 and over are needed to serve as trail guides or work at scare stations. There will be a volunteer meeting the week before each hike. Limited costumes and props will be available for loan if you wish. Please call (724) 830-3959 if you wish to volunteer your talents – group participation is highly encouraged! Cedar Creek Park is located ¼-mile north of I-70 on State Route 51 in Rostraver Township. Twin Lakes Park is located just east of Greensburg and is accessible via Donohoe Road from Route 30. If you’d like to volunteer, attend one of our meetings or call (724) 830-3959. For more info, call Westmoreland County Parks and Recreation at (724) 830-3950 or visit our website at www.co.westmoreland.pa.us/parks.
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Passavant Memorial Homes Foundation’s 28th Annual Golf Classic Raises More Than $135,000
STATE GARDEN CLUBS HOLD DISTRICT X ANNUAL MEETING
(Pictured L-R): District X Garden Club Presidents: Mike Sarraino, Garden Club of Munhall; Deborah Davis, Martha Washington GC; Suzanne McMonagle, Treasurer of Greene Gardeners of Uniontown; Louise Humphreys, Pleasant Hills GC; Leeanna Ryba, First Vice President of the Garden Club Federation of Pennsylvania; Dianne Nicholson, Town & Country GC; Betty Amato, Giant Oaks GC; Roxanne Hess, Valley GC; Wanda Sherry, Great Meadows GC.
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Passavant Memorial Homes Foundation (PMHF) recently hosted their 28th Annual Golf Classic at Olde Stonewall Golf Club in Elwood City, Pennsylvania. The event, which was presented by First National Bank, raised more than $135,000 for individuals with intellectual disabilities, autism, and behavioral health needs served by PMHF’s parent not-for-profit organization, Passavant Memorial Homes (PMH). Celina Pompeani, KDKA-TV Pittsburgh Today Live Reporter and Pittsburgh Penguins TV Host emceed the event, which was highlighted by features such as a live on-the-course magician, three hole-in-one competitions (including a chance to win a $100,000 gift certificate to LW Automotive), a host of exclusive silent auction items (including throwing the first pitch at a Pittsburgh Pirates game), and many other raffle prizes and golfer giveaways. The winners of the event were a foursome representing the Pittsburgh Penguins, a proud partner with PMH (including Jack Tipton, Senior Director, Partnership Sales and Jim Meyer, Senior Manager, Partnership Marketing). All of the funds raised will be used to further enhance the services and supports provided to more than 600 individuals that PMH serves across western and central Pennsylvania.
Line Dancing Lessons in Carroll Township The Carroll Township Volunteer Fire Company is holding line dancing lessons every Monday at the social center from 6:00 – 8:00 pm. Cost is just $5. No partners are necessary and all are welcome!
Due to Covid restrictions, the Garden Club Federation of Pennsylvania’s (GCFP) District X Annual Meeting was held outdoors on September 8, 2021, at the Lions Club Community Park Jaycee Pavilion, in Waynesburg. Nine clubs were represented with 68 members attending. A delicious lunch was provided by Back Bay Catering after which Haddie Weber, Program Chair, introduced Martha Alexander who is a member of the Great Meadows Garden Club, a Master Gardener, and a former biology teacher. She shared with us a program titled “The Mysteries of Hydrangeas”. District X Director, Kay Bair, recognized District X Board Members, State Board Members, and National Board Members in attendance. Members stood to welcome GCFP First Vice –President, Leeanna Ryba. Reports were presented by 9 garden clubs and after each presentation, Roxanne Huss, gave the following clubs their Daffodil, Laurel, and Tulip awards: Garden Club of Munhall: Daffodils – 3, Laurels – 6, and Tulips – 8
• Giant Oaks Garden Club: Daffodils 2, Laurels – 4, and Tulips – 2 • Great Meadows Garden Club: Laurels – 3 • Martha Washington Garden Club: Daffodils -3, Laurels – 20, Tulips – 3 • Pleasant Hills Garden Club: Daffodils – 3, Tulips – 10 • Town and Country Garden Club: Laurels – 6, Tulips – 1 • Uniontown Garden Club: Daffodils – 1, Laurels – 7, Tulips - 3 • Valley Garden Club: Daffodils – 1, Laurels – 1, Tulips – 2 In addition, these prestigious awards for individuals were presented: Butterfly Award – Christine Lentz of Great Meadows Garden Club Perennial Bloom Award – Patty Feden of Pleasant Hills Garden Club Exceptional Horticulturist Award – Ralph Nicholson of Town and Country Garden Club Attendance Award of $25 Town and Country Garden Club with 11 members present out of their 18 members.
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Vote Jody Spedaliere for Rostraver Township Tax Collector After thirty years Ms. Elaine M. Phillips, Rostraver Township Tax Collector, is retiring. Phillips has endorsed Jody Spedaliere for Rostraver Township Tax Collector due to his ambition and fiscal responsibility. Spedaliere has been shadowing her office and would be honored to be a public servant for all citizens of Rostraver Township. Having spent the last twenty-five years in higher education, most recently at California University of Pennsylvania, the University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg, and Westmoreland County Community College, Spedaliere understands the necessity of accountability when working with the public. Spedaliere demonstrates this through his organization, attention to detail, clear thinking, and strong work ethic, which are all essential to the
position of tax collector. Raised to see the importance of community involvement, Spedaliere has spent much of his life volunteering and helping others. A twenty year resident of Rostraver Township, Spedaliere has served as a Rostraver Township T-ball coach, a Rostraver Township Pack 1590 Cub Scout Leader, and a catechist at Saint Sebastian Roman Catholic Church. He is also a member of the Rostraver Elementary School PTO and serves on the Board of Directors for the Rostraver Public Library. Follow on Facebook at Jody Spedaliere for Rostraver Township Tax Collector or contact Spedaliere at Jody194@hotmail.com for campaign information. On Tuesday, November 2, please vote for Jody Spedaliere for Rostraver Township Tax Collector.
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2021 Washington County ATHENA Leadership Award Recipients Announced The Washington County Chamber of Commerce recently announced Jana Phillis Grimm, Partner at Vorys, Sater, Seymour and Pease LLP, as the 2021 Washington County ATHENA Leadership Award Recipient. The 2021 ATHENA Award was presented during a reception on Thursday, September 9, 2021 at the Hilton Garden Inn Pittsburgh/Southpointe and was attended by more than 250 business and community leaders. The 2021 Finalists also included: • Lynn Berry Doehring, Bridge Insurance Group, Inc. • Kristi Hilbert, Heroes Supporting Heroes • Lisa Neil, Southwest Training Services, Inc. • Jamie Bails Richardson, Bails & Associates, LLC According to Jeff Kotula, President of the chamber, the ATHENA Award is an internationally recognized award that honors women’s leadership within the business and civic communities. “The award promotes leadership by honoring exceptional individuals in the community who contribute in significant ways to the achievements of women and women’s leadership issues,” said Kotula. “As Ms. Grimm and the four finalists demonstrated, we are very fortunate that Washington County’s businesswomen are leading in both our civic and business communities.” The ATHENA Award recipient and finalists are selected by a panel of accomplished Washington County businesswomen, who determine the candidates by the following criteria: have achieved the highest level of professional excellence; contribute time and energy to improve the quality of
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YOUR HEALTH Monongahela Valley Hospital Cautions: Flu Vaccine More Important Than Ever
With the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, physicians at Monongahela Valley Hospital are advising the community that getting the flu vaccine is more important than ever. “We encourage everyone ages 6 months and older to get the flu vaccine — especially those at high risk including older adults, young children and pregnant women,” said David Weber, M.D., MVH’s director of Infectious Disease. “Although the vaccine doesn’t provide 100% protection, it is still the best defense against contracting the flu and developing serious complications.” According to Dr. Weber, while the flu vaccine will not prevent COVID19, it will reduce the burden of flu illnesses, hospitalizations and deaths on the health care system and conserve medical resources for people with COVID. The flu numbers can be staggering. As the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports, during 20192020, the flu vaccine prevented an estimated 7.5 million influenza illnesses, 3.7 million influenza-associated medical visits, 105,000 influenza-
associated hospitalizations, and 6,300 influenza-associated deaths. Monongahela Valley Hospital is offering the flu vaccine at physician offices listed below. Thomas Sisk, M.D. Martik Plaza 6108 Brownsville Road Ext., Suite 204 Finleyville, PA 15332 724-782-0723 John Holets, M.D. 447 West Main Street Monongahela, PA 15063 724-258-2070 Joanna Swauger, D.O. Kenneth Szekely, M.D. Monongahela Valley Hospital HealthPlex 800 Plaza Drive, Suite 290 Rostraver, PA 15012 724-379-6850 Kenneth Szekely, M.D. Monongahela Valley Hospital Outpatient Center — California 371 Skyline Drive California, Pa 15419 724-648-3863
MVH’s Community Care Network and Local Organizations Team Up with Monessen Middle School for Healthy Lifestyles Series Students in grades 6-8 who attend Monessen Middle School will have an opportunity to participate in the “Positive Action Healthy Lifestyles Series” offered by Monongahela Valley Hospital’s Community Care Network in cooperation with California University of Pennsylvania, Communities that Care, the Monessen Positive Action Community Team in partnership with Monessen Middle School and the Monessen Public Library. The program consists of monthly programs from October through May that address a range of topics from “Maintaining a Healthy Lifestyle” to “Depression, Anxiety and Suicide Prevention.” The series kicks off on Oct. 12 with “Your Personal and Family Health: The Need for Change and Personal Challenges.” Chad VorderBureggen, fitness director at the Center for Fitness and Health,
will discuss what it means to be healthy, how to train and eat healthy and the challenges youth face. “This is truly a community collaborative effort,” explained Darla Holley-Holmes, program director for the Monessen Positive Action Community Team which is working with the groups to create the programming. “Our goal is to present positive, real life concepts to help the students feel good about themselves. We want them to learn and engage in positive actions for themselves and their families as well as for the school and the community.” Jordan Moyer, executive director of MVH’s Community Care Network, shares Mrs. HolleyHolmes vision. “We are delighted to partner with the community groups to bring this important and timely lifestyle programming to the Monessen students.”
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CAREGIVING Q: Why should I consider becoming a professional caregiver? A: Caregiving in home care as a career is often overlooked because a person may think they either don’t have the skills necessary to be a capable caregiver or there is no viable career path in caregiving. Nothing could be further from the truth! There are so many benefits a caregiving career can offer, here are some of the most Kimberly L. attractive: • Flexible work schedules, day, evenings, Pirilla-Scalise, overnights and weekends. Fulltime and PartExecutive Director time hours are always options as well. Superior Home Care • Besides the normal flexibility offered in home care, there is also day-to-day flexibility that most other jobs can’t offer. Snow day for your kids? Not a problem to shift your work day a little later. In home care, we have room to shift schedules when life demands it. • Competitive wages based on skill and experience. Wage scales vary by employer but at Superior, our wage scale runs from $10/hour for a person with no experience all the way up to $15/hour for a highly experienced person. • Besides a competitive wage, most home care employers do offer benefits. At Superior, our staff enjoy a full list of benefits: paid time off, paid training, health insurance, 401k and biweekly and quarterly performance bonuses, just to name of few. • Ability to work in the community where you live. Home care provides service to people living right in your community, you could be matched with a client who lives in your own community, where you are comfortable and familiar. Home care is perfect for stay at home mom’s with school age children as well as retired persons just looking for a rewarding part-time job. • No previous skill or experience needed! We can train you in all aspects of being a professional caregiver and our unique 90-day onboarding experience will assure you assimilate successfully in your new career. • Career growth potential is great with caregiving. We have our own internal career ladder to promote skill enhancement and growth on our team but opportunities beyond that abound. Caregiving is a springboard for careers in social work, nursing, physical and occupational therapy and even business ownership. Last but not the least is the greatest reason of all you should consider becoming a professional caregiver: the chance to do some of the most meaningful work imaginable on a team with other passionate caregivers. Caregivers intimately touch the lives of those they care for each day. Being able to bring hope, comfort and peace of mind to a person just by showing up and being yourself can be life changing.
SPORTS YOUGHIOGHENY COUNTRY CLUB WOMEN’S NINE HOLE GOLF LEAGUE ANNOUNCES CONTEST WINNERS
The YCC Women’s Nine Hole Golf League ‘Mystery Hole’ Winner was Judi Murray on August 26.
Winner of the Low Putts and Star of the Day on September 2 was Ginger Spang.
The YCC Women’s Nine Hole Golf League recently played the first day of the two day Championship. Pictured above, waiting to play are (front row): Jan Baum, Pat Lozano, and Jean Joseph. (Back row): Rose Marie Zuro, Pat Sheleheda, Judi Murray and Ginger Spang. The winner of the first day of the Championship was Judi Murray.
Winner of the ‘Scrambled Eggs’ Game on September 9 was Ginger Spang and runner up was Jean Joseph.
GASTROENTEROLOGY Q: Why getting a colonoscopy could be the best way to find the answer and save your life in the process.
A: What is one of the greatest success stories in modern medicine, the death rate from colorectal cancer has decreased significantly in the last 30 years. There has been a 2% decline in the rate of colon cancer among Americans every year for the last 15 years. Colorectal cancer (CRC) develops in the colon By Dr Nicholas Bellicini or rectum and is the second leading cause of canPittsburgh cer deaths in the U.S. According to the American Gastroenterology Cancer Society, approximately 140,000 new cases Associates of CRC were diagnosed last year and more than 50,000 died from the disease. According to recent studies, both the incidence and mortality of CRC are declining due to improved screening efforts and early detection. However, numerous studies have shown that even greater reduction in CRC could be achieved if more people receive screening colonoscopies. Nearly all colon and rectal cancers start out as small polyps that can become larger and progress to dysplasia and cancer. Several different types of polyps can form in the colon, but the most common and important are adenomas. These are the polyps that most often transform into cancer. The goal of CRC screening exams is to detect and remove adenomas before they progress. Numerous tests are available for CRC screening, but the gold standard is the colonoscopy. For the procedure, the patient is comfortably and safely sedated, and a thin, flexible rubber scope with a tiny camera is inserted into the rectum and advanced gently around the colon. Colonoscopy detects most small polyps and almost all large polyps and cancers, which are then removed and analyzed. The typical exam lasts only 15-20 minutes. In 2018, the American Cancer Society changed the recommendation for both men and women at average screening risks to begin screening at age 45 instead of 50. If no polyps are found, the exam should be repeated every 10 years. Repeat exams may be considered sooner with people with increased risk factors, such as family history of colon cancer, African Americans, smokers, obesity, or people with inflammatory bowel disease. Age should not be a cut off per multiple societal recommendations. People who are in good health and with a life expectancy of more than 10 years should continue regular colorectal screening through the age of 75. Dr Nicholas Bellicini is a board certified Gastroenterologist in private practice serving patients in the Mon Valley, South Hills and city of Pittsburgh, including Spartan Surgical Center, South Hills Endoscopy Center, St Clair Hospital and UPMC Mercy.
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ANDERSON, Dolores M., 101, of Bridgeville, died September 10. Arrangements by Jefferson Memorial Cemetery and Funeral Home in Pleasant Hills. ANDREOLA, Mary (PERRI), 91, of Bethel Park (formerly of Baldwin), died August 29. Arrangements by Jefferson Memorial Cemetery and Funeral Home in Pleasant Hills. BAUX, Donald D., 73, of Bethel Park, died August 22. Arrangements by David J. Henney Funeral Home in South Park. BENEDETTI, Antoinette D. “Toni” (MARZELLO), 93, of Getzville, NY (formerly of Monongahela), died September 3. Arrangements by Marshall Marra Funeral Home in Monongahela. BERNOSKY, Thomas John, 58, of West Mifflin, died August 21. Arrangements by Jefferson Memorial Cemetery and Funeral Home in Pleasant Hills. BRICE, Charles M., 76, of South Park, died August 23. Arrangements by Griffith Funeral Home, Inc. in South Park Township. BRUDNIK, Julia Ann, 90, of Elco, died August 27. Arrangements by Melenyzer Funeral Homes & Cremation Services, Inc. in Roscoe. CHARLTON, Richard L. Jr., 47, of Donora, died August 25. Arrangements by William Bautz Funeral Home in New Eagle. CHOCK, Virginia H. (MOLINA), 94, of Pleasant Hills, died August 25. Arrangements by Jefferson Memorial Cemetery and Funeral Home in Pleasant Hills. CHOJNOWSKI, Frances “Fran” (FODERAL), 82, of Pleasant Hills, died September 10. Arrangements by Griffith Funeral Home, Inc. in South Park Township. CHOJNOWSKI, Walter, 82, of Pleasant Hills, died September 13. Arrangements by Griffith Funeral Home, Inc. in South Park Township.
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COCCHIARA, Michael S., 70, of Long Branch, died September 8. Arrangements by Schrock-Hogan Funeral Home & Cremation Services in Charleroi. DAUGHERTY, Carol Ann, 79, of West Mifflin (formerly of Bethel Park), died September 12. Arrangements by Jefferson Memorial Cemetery and Funeral Home in Pleasant Hills. DAWSON, (DZIAMNISKI), Barbara Jean 70, of Pleasant Hills, died September 11. Arrangements by Stephen Slater Funeral Home in Jefferson Hills. DiBERNARDI, Dominick F., 98, of Dunlevy, died September 4. Arrangements by Carl J. Spallino Funeral Home in Charleroi. EMERICK, Eleanor R., 85, of McMurray, died August 20. Arrangements by Kegel Funeral Home in Finleyville. ERNST, Mark R., 59, of Belle Vernon, died September 12. Arrangements by Marshall Marra Funeral Home in Monongahela. FIERST, Carol Reed, 76, of Venetia, died Aug 20. Arrangements by Jefferson Memorial Cemetery and Funeral Home in Pleasant Hills. FLEMING, Matthew T., 56, of Fallowfield Township, died September 4. Arrangements by Carl J. Spallino Funeral Home in Charleroi. FONTANESI, Evelyn Marie, 94, of Butler (formerly of Library), died September 8. Arrangements by Jefferson Memorial Cemetery and Funeral Home in Pleasant Hills. GARDNER, Mildred Jenkins, 99, of Finleyville, died August 27. Arrangements by Jefferson Memorial Cemetery and Funeral Home in Pleasant Hills. GEHO, Helen M., 86, of Fallow Township, died August 26. Arrangements by Schrock-Hogan Funeral Home & Cremation Services in Charleroi.
GRAFF, Gerald “Jerry” Jay, 82, of Bethel Park, died August 22. Arrangements by Jefferson Memorial Cemetery and Funeral Home in Pleasant Hills. GRASSEL, Edward William, 90, of Pleasant Hills, died September 6. Arrangements by Jefferson Memorial Cemetery and Funeral Home in Pleasant Hills. HARDINGER, Merrily M., 55, of Monongahela, died September 8. Arrangements by Kegel Funeral Home in Finleyville. HERRLE, Justina Lauren, 29, of Baldwin, died August 27. Arrangements by Jefferson Memorial Cemetery and Funeral Home in Pleasant Hills. HEULER, Evelyn T., 93, of Baldwin Borough, died September 9. Arrangements by Griffith Funeral Home, Inc. in South Park Township. HOLZWORTH, Janet Lee, 60, of Whitehall, died September 14. Arrangements by Jefferson Memorial Cemetery and Funeral Home in Pleasant Hills. HOOSAC, Peter Sr., 80, of New Eagle, died August 22. Arrangements by Marshall Marra Funeral Home in Monongahela. HOSKIN, Diane C., 54, of Pittsburgh (formerly of New Eagle), died August 21. Arrangements by Marshall Marra Funeral Home in Monongahela. HUBER, Robert T. Sr., 81, of Bentleyville, died August 24. Arrangements by Carl J. Spallino Funeral Home in Charleroi. JOHNS, Dwight Edward Jr., 54, of Clairton, died September 1. Arrangements by Jefferson Memorial Cemetery and Funeral Home in Pleasant Hills. KAMPERT, John L., 72, of Jefferson Hills, died August 21. Arrangements by Stephen Slater Funeral Home in Jefferson Hills. KING, Marshall E.,75, of West Newton, died September 6. Arrangements by William Bautz Funeral Home in New Eagle.
KLOC, Walter James “Jamie”, 33, of Bethel Park, died August 22. Arrangements by David J. Henney Funeral Home in South Park. KUCHARCZAK, Martha “Midge”, 101, of Finleyville, died September 15. Arrangements by Kegel Funeral Home in Finleyville. LACEK, Vicki Lynn, 64, of Bethel Park, died September 8. Arrangements by Jefferson Memorial Cemetery and Funeral Home in Pleasant Hills. LANCASTER, Cheryl L., 62, of West Mifflin, died September 11. Arrangements by Stephen Slater Funeral Home in Jefferson Hills. LEMASTER, Robert M., 64, of Baldwin Borough, died August 31. Arrangements by Griffith Funeral Home, Inc. in South Park Township. LUCAS, Christine V., 64, of West Mifflin, died September 3. Arrangements by Jefferson Memorial Cemetery and Funeral Home in Pleasant Hills. MACENO, David Anthony, 47, of Bethel Park, died September 12. Arrangements by Jefferson Memorial Cemetery and Funeral Home in Pleasant Hills. MANCINELLI, 92, of Victory Hill, died September 13. Arrangements by Marshall Marra Funeral Home in Monongahela. MARCHE, Lawrence Sr., 77, of Monongahela, died August 31. Arrangements by Marshall Marra Funeral Home in Monongahela. MATTSON, Dolores S., 92, of West Mifflin, died September 4. Arrangements by Jefferson Memorial Cemetery and Funeral Home in Pleasant Hills. McHUGH, Patrick M., 79, of Finleyville, died September 10. Arrangements by Kegel Funeral Home in Finleyville. MONTGOMERY, Dolores M., 90, of Baldwin, died September 12. Arrangements by Jefferson Memorial Cemetery and Funeral Home in Pleasant Hills.
Recent Local Death Notices MOORE, Raymond, 61, of Stockdale, died September 8. Arrangements by Melenyzer Funeral Homes & Cremation Services, Inc. in Roscoe. OPATKIEWICZ, Gloria J., 76, of Monessen, died August 26. Arrangements by Marshall Marra Funeral Home in Monongahela. PAPINI, Lawrence R., 87, of Roscoe, died September 13. Arrangements by Melenyzer Funeral Homes & Cremation Services, Inc. in Roscoe. PATTERSON, Audrey Gail (BONNER), 87, of Carroll Township, died August 27. Arrangements by Jefferson Memorial Cemetery and Funeral Home in Pleasant Hills. PETIX, Mike R., 95, of Charleroi, died August 26. Arrangements by Carl J. Spallino Funeral Home in Charleroi. PUST, Ralph David, 87, of South Park (formerly of Snowden), died September 12. Arrangements by Griffith Funeral Home, Inc. in South Park Township. RAEFF, Mary Lou (KAZYAK), 73, of Clearwater, FL (formerly of Bethel Park), died August 21. Arrangements by Jefferson Memorial Cemetery and Funeral Home in Pleasant Hills. RAY, Elizabeth “Liz”, 72, of Stockdale, died August 31. Arrangements by Melenyzer Funeral Homes & Cremation Services, Inc. in Roscoe.
REESE, Patricia Ann Mortresor, 70, of Pleasant Hills, died September 14. Arrangements by Jefferson Memorial Cemetery and Funeral Home in Pleasant Hills. REVETTA, Eugene L. “Dean”, 90, of Monongahela, died August 22. Arrangements by Marshall Marra Funeral Home in Monongahela. RICHARDS, Irene, 92, of Bethel Park, died August 23. Arrangements by David J. Henney Funeral Home in South Park. ROBERTS, Mary Elizabeth “Liz”, 89, of Speers, died September 2. Arrangements by Schrock-Hogan Funeral Home & Cremation Services in Charleroi. ROBINSON, Jennifer S. (GALLANT), 49, of Peters Township, died September 13. Arrangements by Kegel Funeral Home in Finleyville. SCHOEDEL, Samuel A., 22, of Eighty-four, died August 21. Arrangements by Kegel Funeral Home in Finleyville. SIMEONE, Rosemarie “Rose” (GALLO), 86, of Brentwood, died September 9. Arrangements by Jefferson Memorial Cemetery and Funeral Home in Pleasant Hills. STERRETT, Robert J., 83, of South Park, died August 21. Arrangements by David J. Henney Funeral Home in South Park. ZAWISLAN, Karen A., 74, of Pleasant Hills, died September 8. Arrangements by Jefferson Memorial Cemetery and Funeral Home in Pleasant Hills.
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(BPT) - Days are beginning to shorten and the evening air has a hint of coolness, which means soon there will be thoughts of planning for the holiday season. Many homeowners saved money during the past year due to putting vacations on hold, working from home and not spending as much on events. More households have the money for the home renovation they may have been planning. "People are beginning to think about the holidays and renovating spaces where visitors will gather," said Christopher O'Rourke, Mercury (Continued on following page.)
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BALDWIN BOROUGH Andrew Knuth III Odysseus Claire Fox Chad Suvak Estate of Michael Fisher Tonapah Property L.P. Kristyn Dugan Ryan Saxe David Kaslewicz 1209 Streets Run Road Inc. Zachary Streiner John Cain Anthony Rogiero Stephen Strawn Hem Ghimirey Christina Jordan Daniel Lewis Chandra Timsina Jeffrey Dillinger Colleen Gangwisch Robert Graham Estate of Angelo Consolmagno Nar Gurung Charles Koenig Chastity Oppenheimer trustee Matthew Belsterling James Bramer Ronald Vasko Norman Lascher Andrea Kunicky Blueroc Realty Holdings LLC William Wagner Lois Kuzbel Sheila Randal
Steven and Shelby Marksberry Karen Rose Dallas and Brittany Woods Matthew Slezak and Alexandra Rae Garrand Maryellen Reese Brennan Dugan and Samantha Bednar Sanjib and Kalpana Gautam Pokharel Angelo Sciarretti SRRA LLC Melissa Dubrawka & Christopher Koutsouflakis Shahpoor and Tamana Ahmadi William Lander III Darla Sherlock Dhan Kumari Gurung and Dichu Kulung Rai Ryan Cleaver Stephen Kopczyk Dhana and Tara Timsina Dustin Singer trustee Thomas Milligan and Anna Lavalle Kris Pokhrel and Sara Adhikari Sakuntala Bhattarai & Purna P Adhikari Sharma Sani and Satu Mongar Christopher and Carrie Koenig CLL Acquisitions LLC Chhabi and Lila Bista Jessica Marsh Kevin Donahue and Allison Ulmer Cody Lemp David Bernthaler and Marilyn Platek Pamela Ann King Samuel McPherson Jr. Ponnyar Saing and Mu Klo Daniel Duzenbury and Elizabeth Runge
510 Barbara Drive 667 Becks Run Road 616 Blossom Drive 646 Blossom Drive 5550 Brownsville Road 2818 Castleview Drive 447 Lois Drive 2986 Roland Ave. 1209 Streets Run Road 134 Sunny Drive 23 Tush Drive 3305 Vernon Ave. 68 Walton Road 4977 Young Drive 5308-5310 E Willock Road 829 Fidelity Drive 612 Macassar Drive 152 Sunny Drive 386 Carmen Drive 5254 Holiday Drive 513 Judith Drive 117 Macek Drive 547 Calvert Ave. 5106 Dolores Drive 5087 Elmwood Drive 3102 Hazelhurst Ave. 126 Hollow Haven Drive 20 Mary Ann Drive 608 Palace Ct 424 Portia Drive 135 Travis Drive 503 Tyler Drive 3211 Willett Road
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Michael Gosnik and Lisa Plumley 112 Spring St. (state deed transfer stamps indicate a value of $48,848).
Price $200,000. $182,000. $225,000. $215,000. $161,000. $201,400. $190,000. $85,000. $760,000. $181,000. $229,900. $193,000. $225,000. $210,000. $73,000. $165,500. $290,000. $105,000. $262,000. $207,000. $194,900. $170,000. $124,600. $193,000. $225,000. $120,000. $232,350. $132,500. $142,500. $255,400. $170,000. $140,000. $206,185. $1
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Recent Local Real Estate Transactions Seller
Stephen Morgan Ronald Tardivo Robert Huber Jr.
Michael Gosnik and Lisa Plumley Grant Kemmerer Richard Baltous Sinko Jr. and Lisa Lynn Giron
116 Spring St. 308 Wood St. 228 Beallsville Road
BETHEL PARK FC Bethel LLC Brian Keady James Paschl James Meehan Sunstar Investments LLC Irina Byzhak Bryan Driscoll Estate of Pamela Glaser Jonathan Austin Phillip Brown Jr. FC Bethel LLC Elizabeth Fedkoe Daron Morford Kyle William Thomas Corey Broton Jona Johns Maryann Hanau David McCarthy Jennifer Lingler Gary Perella William James Dimmock trustee Vincent Sands Charles Fascetti Charles Tatum Greenbriar Investment Co. LLC
NVR Inc. Edward Sekowski and Lyonel Weld II John and Sloan Giannini Slowremo LLC Bees Real Estate L.P. Steven and Sarah Barba 2652 Santa Barbara LLC George Hawkins and Stacey Hudson Michael and Kellie Norkus Jeffrey and Pamela Nunez NVR Inc. Rebecca Wallace Andrew Richard Knez and Bayli Buckley Yun Zhao Nolan Michael and Keri Marie Mills Lawrence and Mary Kraus John Petrelli Jr. and Margaret Wilner Coleman James and Karen Lynn Mcdonough Jerry and Tamara Wauchope Think Big RE LLC Jarred Dimmock Michael and Kelly Panarello William Hoffman et al. and Charlotte Hoffman Marci Lynn Keffer Keith Knox
2429 Demare Drive $98,000. 3316 Forest Road $330,000. 768 Greenhaven Drive $292,500. 122 Highland Road $547,542. Library Road $3,990 by sheriff's deed. 7191 Park Manor Pl $205,000. 2652 Santa Barbara Drive $159,486. 5451 Spruce St. $60,000. 179 Stonewood Drive $376,000. 923 Tanglewood Drive $195,000. 2434 Demare Drive $98,000. 2334 Hamrock Ct $235,700. 206 Logan Road $215,000. 1173 Sarah St. $225,000. 313 Stonewood Ct $390,000. 3567 Ashland Drive $345,000. 5537 California Ave. $160,000. 8 Conestoga Drive $260,000. 2009 Cool Springs Drive $310,000. 3396 Crestview Drive $120,000. 510 Glenrock Drive $140,000. 1057 Grandview Farms Drive $535,000. 53 Highland Road Unit P 2 $150,000. 5806 Irishtown Road $225,000. 1529 Lucille Drive $250,000.
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Insurance Vice President of Property Claims. "Due to the costs of raw materials increasing, the price of goods has naturally increased. Before you set out remodeling the kitchen of your dreams, consider the quality of the type of materials you will be using, how much they will cost, and how much they can alter your insurance premium." Time is another item to consider. The average kitchen remodel can take anywhere from six to eight weeks while bathrooms can take four to six weeks. Here are three kitchen and bath upgrades you can still do before the start of the holiday season. 1. Update lighting and fixtures The right kitchen lighting can create the optimal holiday mood where a warm glow can stir feelings of cozy comfort for your guests. A dimmer switch in the bathroom can offer calming light for a bath. Beyond the ambience, however, you (Continued on following page.)
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should consider what function these rooms will serve after the visitors have gone and they become everyday use spaces. "A change in lighting can make all the difference in the look of your home, but when considering any electrical changes it's best to hire a qualified electrician to examine your home's electrical system," said O'Rourke. "Updating old electrical installations may eventually reduce your homeowners insurance cost as older electrical systems are more likely to be considered fire hazards, which can impact the cost of your coverage. Updated electrical equipment can lower this cost." 2. Replacing old appliances with high energy-efficiency appliances Smart refrigerators and dishwashers will generate looks of admiration from your guests while making holiday meal prep and cleanup easier and less time consuming. These appliances go beyond their aesthetically pleasing qualities as they can also lower energy consumption and costs, and help reduce greenhouse gas emissions. "Innovations such as improved design and reduced water and energy consumption make Energy Star appliances a smart choice when replacing older appliances," said (Continued on following page.)
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Recent Local Real Estate Transactions Seller
BETHEL PARK Temple Lovelace Jason Kotz Jacob Raymond Rosenbaum Christopher Hetrick William Gadd Williamsburg S & Stern 2 Williamsburg 1 LLC Williamsburg 1 LLC Craig Duppstadt John Mahramas Anthony Blaner Brandon Armet Michael Scott Estate of Thomas Kiley FC Bethel LLC Michael Lynn James Klinger Estate of Terrence Meyers John Penrod Albert Weiland Estate of George Dlugos John D'Angelo Robert Earl Lingle Joseph Kubany III Estate of Robert Kudzma Charlene Jennings Jeffrey Nunez Matthew Dugger Julius Sabo Jr. James Willis Jeffrey Byrne
James Garbelotti Denise Wayand Melinda Dunworth Clark and Linh Guess Jeffrey and Judith Neiport Williamsburg 1 LLC Williamsburg 2 LLC Williamsburg 1 LLC et al. Ashley Whitehead Donald Harvey Guire Jameson and Halley Patak John Wesley and Gianna Davis Michelle Kirik Scott Forse NVR Inc. Danillo Andrade Dasilva & Bianca Amado Defreitas Timothy and Michelle Kellander Joshua and Olivia Harter Michael and Shannan Murdaca Roseanne Murray David Debarr and Ruth Gronsky Travis and Allison Peterman Joseph and Sara Eckelman RP2ALL LLC Jason Cort and Rebecca Anne Ihlenfeld Joshua Staph and Leah Schmitt Aaron and Heather Brown Brendon Jenkins Alex Sabo Allan and Jocelyn Berdine James and Michelle Paschl
2451 Lytle Road 4712 Prescott Drive 1162 Sarah St. 1179 Snee Drive 336 Sunset Drive 421-435 Abbeyville Road 421-435 Abbeyville Road 421-435 Abbeyville Road 501 Berrington Ct 2611 Broad St. 591 Clifton Road 700 Clifton Road 1142 Country Road 1266 Delfield Drive 2439 Demare Drive 1388 Falla Drive 1399 Falla Drive 3317 Forest Road 617 Glenrock Drive 53 Highland Road Apt 402 3147 Hillcrest Road 526 Hollydale Drive 8006 Lawrence Drive 5968 Library Road 357 Marshall Road 1279 Plantation Drive 5997 Pudding Stone Ln 3530 Ridgeway Drive 210 Santa Fe Drive 2212 Superior St. 5836 Wallace Ave.
BRENTWOOD Richard Ritter SAR Propterty Management LLC Zachary Foizey Stephen Murdaca Jr. Estate of Nickolas Francellini Central Penn Capital Mgmt LLC Venture Home Real Estate LLC Bart Conard Sherry Saladin Norman Schmitt Karen Cook Estate of Edward Murphy Staci May
SFR 3 030 LLC Russell Mendoza Jr. Stephen Norman Cassandra Carcia CVP Pitt L.P. et al. Gifford Deeulio Allison Ann Pegg Angela Marie McNally Brian Sayre and Monica Soderman Theresa Mullin RE Assets LLC Jason Falcione Laura Bird
3045 Brentwood Ave. 4030 Brownsville Road 4327 Clairton Blvd. 411 Fairway Drive 35 Hillman St. 205 Newburn Ave. 3905 Dalewood St. 2803 Pyramid Ave. 2804 Pyramid Ave. 229 Tyrol Drive 2816 Churchview Ave. 3951 Edge Road 240 Owendale Ave.
Price $205,000. $262,471. $240,000. $365,000. $259,000. $2,166,081. $1,719,266. $3,885,348. $235,000. $445,000. $289,000. $234,000. $180,000. $266,000. $98,000. $365,000. $432,000. $257,700. $232,000. $155,000. $230,000. $455,000. $370,000. $180,000. $305,000. $360,000. $380,000. $225,000. $178,000. $235,000. $400,500. $66,500. $275,000. $175,000. $210,000. $80,000. $137,500. $209,000. $143,000. $130,574. $183,500. $125,000. $206,000. $171,500.
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Recent Local Real Estate Transactions Seller
Joshua Rice Andrea Tarman Anthony Dongilli Ryan Marsich Howard Dower Jr. trustee Malek Messali Michael Monaco Meera Chhetri John Davis John Stevens Estate of Charles Paul Henry Kellner III Daniel Priano Jason Evans Leslee Vargo-Smith Devi Sharma Kevin Lucca
Borough Of Brentwood Ian Riban AMP Management LLC C & P Rentals LLC Erica Heider Benjamin Bush and Julia Zorn Stephen and Stefanie Wittmaak Chatur Bir Moktan and Buddhi Maya Rai Xiaojing Hou and Xiaopeng Huang Andrew Belack George Scheffel III & Claire Elizabeth Wilkinson Nicholas Serino and Samantha Kosko Shawn Bickerstaff and Jill Chieruzzi Micah Lehner Dustin and Jane Morris VB One LLC Excelsior Group LLC
CARROLL TOWNSHIP Estate of Gene Louise King Kellan Revetta Chad Cyktor Deutsche Bank Ntl Trust Co. trustee Eugene Sams
Gary and Carol Leech James and Paula Scharding Randy Huseman Jr. David Worstell Ira and Darleen Logan
DONORA Daisha Bobola David Rimsek James Pelissero
Address 3630 Pary Ave. 27 W Bellecrest Ave. 2735 Brownsville Road 3240 Brownsville Road 4356 Brownsville Road 3024 Clermont Ave. 3901 Dalewood St. 3888 Edge Road 3026 Glendale Ave. 25 Hillman St. 228 Kaplan Ave. 3930 Lawnview Ave. 40 Sceneridge Ave. 3600 Shadewell Ave. 3125 Villawood Ave. 2827-2829 Willett Road 2900 Willett Road 1435 Fourth St. 110 Cord Road 75 Craven Drive 170 Fisher Drive Rabe Ave.
Jeremy and Jacqualine Marie Naccarato 632 Tenth St. Michael Evans and Heather Geyer 926 Heslep Ave. (state deed transfer stamps indicate a value of $24,102). Robert and Jenny Bane 948 McKean Ave.
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(Continued from previous page.) Price $108,000. $155,000. $350,000. $245,556. $210,000. $195,000. $190,000. $215,000. $173,000. $172,500. $189,900. $220,000. $175,000. $129,000. $161,500. $165,000. $112,632. $140,000. $217,500. $199,000. $50,960. $1,500. $99,900. $1 $80,000.
O'Rourke. "They are a great investment because they can save you money by cutting consumption costs as soon as they are installed." 3. Update floors and countertops Granite and marble countertops, wood cabinets, and stone floors are some of the more popular materials being used to give homes a modern look. These high-end renovations will increase your home value, as well as your premiums, but not by as much as you think. "There is a misconception that premiums will jump significantly with the installation of contemporary materials, but on average, Mercury Insurance policyholders may only see an increase of several more dollars a month added to their policy," said O'Rourke. It's important to review any home renovations with your insurance agent in a timely manner. If not, there could be gaps in your existing coverage that may not protect your new investment if disaster strikes.
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DONORA Joseph Smith AMN Properties LLC
Samuel and Marie Toland 501 Castner LLC
122 Bertha Ave. 501 Castner Ave.
ELIZABETH BOROUGH Russell Neeson Cynthia McNamra Leonard Fennimore
Judy Jenkins John and Debbie Callery Robert Rosato
312 Eighth Ave. 230 Fifth Ave. 603 Williamsport Road
ELIZABETH TOWNSHIP Amelia Nevin Frosty Jaws Holdings LLC Joseph Harrison IV Estate of Ronald Buick Estate of Ronald Buick Stephen Tomkowitz Rachel Ann Baranik Shirley Meddis Anthony Smarra III William Hughes Jesse Todd Estate of Donald Rollin Allen Faust New Homestead Development Co. Martrin Findura Tuff Properties LLC William Mulvihill Jr. Erika Maciuliene
Price $35,000. $55,000. $52,554. $124,900. $3,000.
Penn Pioneer Enterprises LLC Berdar Drive $1,254 by sheriff's deed. Sundae Blessings Holdings LLC 740 McKeesport Road $226,340. Jonathan and Kristina Laychak 518 Princess Drive $396,150. Nyles Falatek Smithfield St. $11,500 by sheriff's deed. Nyles Falatek Smithfield St. $7,000 (state deed transfer stamps indicate a value of $26,448) by sheriff's deed. Michael James and Breanna Nicole McFarland 5204 Smithfield St. $179,900. Robert Play 6740 Smithfield St. $15,000. Amanda Rose Bendel 1229 Wexford St. $114,000. Richard Severa and Shannon Boehme 1010 Clydesdale Ave. $120,500. Aaron Busch and Amber Altamare 711 Greenock Buena Vista Road $150,000. Brian Abshier and Heather Sieg 2111 Ridge Road $165,000. Melissa Lynne Straub 306 Benchoff St. $165,000. Robert and Barbara Kelly 441 Broadlawn Drive $117,000. Droptine Properties LLC 540 Fallen Timber Road $162,000. Sean and Jessica Reed 610 Jacktown Road $160,000. Droptine Properties LLC 158 Karen Drive $138,000. Justin Fite 1909 Mansfield Road $195,000. Joshua Kutscher and Samantha Kanell 108 Similo Drive $192,000.
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Recent Local Real Estate Transactions Seller FALLOWFIELD Joseph James Zippay Jr. Brandon Zuraw Bruce Wilson trustee Jeff Williams Bernice Gysegem Bernice Gysegem
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Firefly Mason Jar Minerals SPV LLC 124 Zippay Road Demi Levandosky 34 Pleasant Alley Drive DMQ LLC Stevens Way Addio and Brigitte Fiordigigli 8 Lynda Ln Jason Clay and Stephanie Jo Baumgard Redds Mill Road (state deed transfer stamps indicate a value of $13,396). P2 Developers LLC Redds mill rd (state deed transfer stamps indicate a value of $7,605).
$604,752. $170,000. $107,676. $165,500. $1 $1
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FORWARD TOWNSHIP Kyle Johnson Richard Garris III Michael Medved Allegheny County Redev. Authority Estate of Michael Hussey Allegheny County Redev. Authority John McGough
Pitt Property Group LLC Mary Kate Thornton John Spare Dennis Baccile John James Tepe William Joseph Debevec Jr. Brian and Heather Bocetti
709-711 Ninth Ave. 9944 Walker Road 745 Bunola River Road 606 Munger Ln 1842 Lumber Jack Ln Rostosky Ridge Road 4696 Williamsport Road
$150,000. $165,000. $270,000. $1,100. $155,000. $1,300. $176,000.
JEFFERSON HILLS R & B Childcare Services Inc. Eric Rush Robert Castner Jr. MB2K Development Inc. Betler A Construction Inc. James Derby
Jason White and Amanda Gore John Chmill Armand Gress Mark Joseph and Rhonda Lynn Oczypok Jeffrey and Heather James Donald Gratton Jr. and Brittney Gratton
117 Hillview Road 3034 Hogback Road 108 St. James Ct Chestnut Ridge Drive 9004 Independence Drive 333 Joan of Arc Ct
$153,000. $137,100. $210,000. $125,000. $168,000. $135,000.
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Creative Ways to Enjoy Gardening This Fall (BPT) - When the weather starts to cool down, there are plenty of ways to enjoy the fall gardening season, both indoors and out. All it takes is a little creativity - and the right plants. Eat your garden If you enjoy using fresh herbs and vegetables to help create flavorful meals, you can still grow them yourself inside on a sunny windowsill or kitchen counter, or outside on a patio table or balcony. The new Kitchen Minis™ collection of tabletop vegetables from PanAmerican Seed gives you cherry tomatoes, sweet peppers or hot peppers even if you don't have a garden at all. These compact potted vegetable plants come fruiting so you can harvest and enjoy your own tasty veggies with the satisfaction of success right in your own home. Bring outdoor plants inside To add an extra layer of visual appeal and texture to any room, choose vivid plants and flowers that make a bold design statement, contrasting beautifully with your plush pillows and chunky throw blankets this fall. Here are a couple of traditionally outdoor plant options that also do well indoors once the temperatures start to drop. • Jurassic™ Rex Begonias have a (Continued on following page.)
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Recent Local Real Estate Transactions Seller
JEFFERSON HILLS Joy Jenkins trustee Four Swans L.P. Debra Meloy Daniel David Bowman Maronda Homes LLC Estate of Ronald Grebner Nancy Dimeglio Raymond Morgan Thomas Minydzak
Sean and Kalie Conrad Michael and Melissa Kurtz Horick Nix Associates L.P. William Dick and Jessica Smith Daniel David and Sarah Lynn Bowman Mayne Properties LLC Melissa Olson Hannegan Kari Zajac John Atkinson
4064 Rustic Woods Drive State St. 1220 Cochran Mill Road 310 Hunters Field Cir 429 Spaniel Ln 1108-1110 State Route 885 1644 Jefferson Ridge Drive 349 New World Drive 800 Old Clairton Road
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MONESSEN PNC Bank NA PA Equity Resources Inc. Gregory Teegarden Mark Gallik J&R Real Estate Holdings LLC James Costanza Matthew Reynolds Albert Patrick Carson Patrice Slusser Andrew Mudron Jr. Grimko LLC Estate of Leo Geramita Dorothy Kovalchuk Walnut Street Trust Gary Atkins Monte Costa II Wilson & Crew LLC Joseph Salvino Jr. Jane Wolfe Randall Charles Carol Lynn Bukovac
Mangesh Khedikar Inc. Dylon J Nave Cozy Home Properties LLC Rachel Curcio Christina Brletich Cameron Grogan and LaShona Allen Suzette Schaffer Chris Garry Enterprises LLC Dennis Alexander Lauren Wukovich Victor and Indira Ramanand David and Alena Harris Stephan and Denise Gresh J&R Real Estate Holdings LLC Colby Estabrook William and Brian Bercik Lawrence Family Construction & Rentals Jonathan Rivera Steven and Jennifer Smith James Smith III and Roxanne Smith Charles Smith and Florence Agnes Baacke
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MONONGAHELA Corey Behanna Amber Smittle Keith Lorenz
Kyle Wood Richard and Diana Schneider Marlin Addison
420 Second St. W Main St. 210 Walnut St.
$92,500. $6,500. $5,000.
NEW EAGLE Estate of Donna Rae Bove
303 Sixth Ave.
NORTH BELLE VERNON Michael Grimes Mark Nogy
Zachary Shiley 508 Hill St. Jason Nogy 937 Graham St. (state deed transfer stamps indicate a value of $35,886).
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NORTH CHARLEROI Joseph John Mingrino Carl Miklos
Willowbrook Property Management LLC Kayla Williams
311 Center Ave. 452 Isabella Ave.
NOTTINGHAM TOWNSHIP Thomas Heiser Dwayne Cole McWhorter SIRVA Relocation Credit LLC Don Theron Block Jr.
John and Jeanne Hutchison SIRVA Relocation Credit LLC Jacob Stephen and Maria Childers Bynum Jason Bercini and Terri Place
134 Cooper Road 322 Hickory Nut Drive 322 Hickory Nut Drive 108 Pine Nut Drive
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PETERS TOWNSHIP Eugene Cagni Joseph Costanzo 271 Art Land LLC Joseph Pappas Peters Township Land Co. LLC Dylan Flipse Wayne Stawartz Linda Fabian James Vanech Tri River Assoc. 5 LLC Justabout Development LLC Jordan Antonio Toscano Micheleen Haller 271 Art Land LLC Ryan Fagan David Michael Bliss David Lynch Justin Swank Ronald Fedzen Jr. Eleanor Lois Marburger Tri River Assoc. 3 LLC Tri River Assoc. LLC Richard Garrison Jr. Gloria Hawrylak Gloria Hawrylak Dwight Worthy Brett Moorman 271 Art Land LLC 271 Art Land LLC 271 Art Land LLC Samuel Armfield Donegal Land Partners LLC Brookwood Village LLC Marinette Ferrera Lester French Mary Froebe trustee Richard Kolling Tomahawk 123 LLC Brian Michael Thomas
Joseph and Lucinda McLaughlin James and Kim Doughty NVR Inc. Joshua and Elizabeth Marie Friedman Andrew and Pamela Sweat Dushan Majkic Nathan and Isabel Paschel Robert Castanet Jr. and Ammie Castanet Ronald Fedzen Jr. and Shelby Fedzen 807 East McMurray LLC Joseph and Patricia Rice Jacob and Nichole Marie Rosenbaum RP2ALL LLC NVR Inc. Dennis Beaulieu Jr. and Heather Beaulieu Maria Kramer and Emily Magee Matthew and Steven Olson Bradley and Kaitlin Perciavalle Joe Haugh Douglas Edward and Luke Douglas Garda Valleybrooke LLC Valleybrooke LLC Michael Steven Paul and Alissa Falcone Thomas and Chrissy Springer Thomas and Chrissy Springer Mason and Maryanna Carp Mindful Building Concepts LLC NVR Inc. NVR Inc. NVR Inc. John Glud III and Angela Glud Aaron Yonash Cara Mondzelewski Raymond and Deborah Noonan Charles Guthrie Thomas and Mary McCloskey Edward Renda Ziad Haddad and Brittany Galiano Kenneth Richard and Sarah Christine Landis
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PLEASANT HILLS David Nakahara trustee Richard Ressler Marjorie Nelson Snyder Robert Hasis Estate of Earl Wagner Lee Court Assoc. L.P. Anthony Demartino Keith Young trustee Michael Tima Hom Koirala Brett Merrell Gail Critchfield
Steven Ross trustee Theresa Sabolich Sait Gurer Kristina and Abi Mohara Wiliam Cornelius Jaye Abigail Blough and Alayna Hamilton Courtney Vasil Jonathan and Jane Delano Michael Ellis and Lauren Lubash Renee Kemmler James Leroy and Wendy Susan Kauffman Saradev Taz Prep LLC
450 Clairton Blvd. 202 Columbia Drive 397 Cavan Drive 393 Faith Drive 138 Green Drive 205 National Drive 146 Old Lebanon Church Road 121 Revere Drive 314 Tassel Ln 449 Arbor Lane 165 Crestview Drive 200 Curry Hollow Road
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(Continued from previous page.) fascinating variety of colored, differently sized and patterned leaves, and they can easily thrive indoors. Rex Begonias are ideal for novice gardeners or those who do not have much time for maintenance since they do not require intense care. • ColorBloom™ Gerbera offer long-lasting flowers that help bring living color to your indoor décor. Their friendly blooms take center stage in so many seasonal color choices of autumnal reds, yellows, pinks, oranges and white. Their gorgeous, non-fading colors will bring joy to any room while still being very easy to care for.
Use flowers for festive fall decorating Fall is all about festive colors - and Cool Wave® Pansies will not disappoint. They are available in many rich colors that complement the bold hues of the changing autumn leaves. From golds and lavenders to deep purples and burgundy hues, Cool Wave® Pansies grace any porch or patio with their truly trailing cascades of color. They are the fastest-growing, longestlasting flowers that you can continue to enjoy through the frost. You can place them in the ground, window boxes, lush hanging baskets or other decorative containers. Beyond the garden, you can take outdoor decorating to the next level with fun DIY projects: • Use hollowed-out pumpkins or other gourds as containers for small pots of pansies. • Take a fresh approach to entertaining by using Cool Wave® Pansies in multiple colors to decorate your alfresco fall tablescapes next to candles and pinecones. • You can even use the pansy blooms as garnishes in everything from cocktails and cheeseboards to salads, cupcakes and more - Cool Wave® Pansies are edible! As summer comes to a close, a new opportunity to garden is just beginning. No matter where you live, plants and flowers like these can help you enjoy the fun and satisfaction of indoor and outdoor gardening well into fall.
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5 Creative Ways to Transform Your Kitchen (BPT) - The kitchen is famously the go-to room of the house where family and friends gather to spend time together, so it should be a space that you enjoy hanging out in. If your kitchen's décor is starting to look a little tired, you can always freshen things up by adding modern and functional touches. Here are five ideas - from simple to complex - that can transform your kitchen from tired to top-notch. 1. Color your world Adding color doesn't need to be expensive or time-consuming. For instance, small appliances are to kitchens what throw pillows are to couches. Look for small, countertop kitchen appliances with a color you love and put them on display. Get creative with colorful art. Dress up your floors with a colorful runner. Paint something - an accent wall, a nook, woodwork, or if you're an experienced DIY-er, cabinets. You hold the palette, so go ahead and make your statement. 2. Warm up your countertops If you want to add a bit of natural warmth to your kitchen, consider butcher block countertops from LL Flooring, which offers an array of beautiful options. "There is nothing like the warmth and durability of wood to add timeless style to your kitchen," says Jennifer Meska, design expert at LL Flooring. "Classic styles like American Walnut are one of the most highly soughtafter domestic hardwood choices." Adding to the benefits of butcher block, the close grain of the wood provides a smooth, scratch-resistant surface that's easy to clean. 3. Make a cozy, intimate seating area Because people tend to congregate in the kitchen, invite them to stay awhile by installing a modern seating area. Get creative with counter seating, or carve out a cozy nook in a corner. Banquet seating or a bench at a window-side table can give your kitchen an inviting atmosphere. Our (Continued on following page.)
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PLEASANT HILLS Weichert Workforce Mobility Inc. Edward Thompson Lisa Wargo RGK Realty L.P. Matthew Benson Daniel James Koch Nicholas Dean Estate of Malcolm James Reed Robert Medve
Amanda Bower Central Penn Capital Management LLC Christian Grondziowski Joshua Barnes and Kristina Luby Landen Donofrio and Niki Mazur Joel Imaizumi and Jamie Melshimer Elizabeth Kennedy Jeffrey Joseph Kerekes Sean Gallagher
102 Old Clairton Road $415,000. 272 Coleen Drive $146,832 by sheriff's deed. 237 Congress Drive $160,000. 45 Glenburn Drive $235,000. 263 Lynn Drive $160,000. 264 Nantucket Drive $163,000. 459 Old Clairton Road $239,900. 125 Slater Drive $240,575. 167 Woodland Drive $195,000.
ROSTRAVER Jacquelyn Kuehner Brad Martin Ronald Chiaravalle Jr. Mountaineer Natural Gas Co. Vielka Culp Ronald Dinio Sero Ventrice Holdings LLC Ryan Coffman Jeffrey Dragan Frances Kulik Ronald Smith Thomas Beck FEM Finley Rd LLC Entech LLC Nikolay Vysotsky Terry Bobin Ronald Anthony Zeli Jr. James Owen Encore Willowbrook LLC Donald Ruschak James Tucutich RWS Land Co. Inc. RWS Land Co. Inc. RWS Land Co. Inc. Rosemary Petros Stephen Kreis
James Klingensmith & Nicole Shamitko Klingensmith Timothy and Marsha Bauer Ronald Chiaravalle Jr. and Carole Bisceglia Amanda Como Levi Charlene Gales Stargazer Land Conservancy LLC Equopmentshare.com Inc. Brian Dove Harry Russel Nagy Jr. Melanie Thomas Stargazer Land Conservancy LLC Nicholas Greco and Ashley Beck US Stable-P1 Maronda Homes LLC John and Kortney Tomaino James Wagner Jr. Adlor and Anna Marie Trombley Nicholas Hatala and Chelsea Ann Greer Levine Investments L.P. Van Voorhis Development LLC James Tucutich and Cynthia Murphy Bal Krishna Adhikari and Durga Poudyel Marcia Yesko Kirk and Shara Kapr Robby and Erica Heil Stephen and Kelsey Shore
211 Country Drive Darr Road 24 Green Hill Road 281 Porter Road 429 Somers St. Tyrol Blvd. 29 Finley Road 120 Pride Drive 1221 State Road 637 Todd Farm Road Delmar Ave. 635 Eagle Drive 176 Finley Road 567 Gardenia Drive 135 McKenery Drive 332 Peach Ave. 119 Price St. 503 River Drive 4645 Route 51 14-18 Green Hill Road 2102 Lakeview Drive 209 Landan Drive 313 Lynn Road 140 Municipal Drive 124 Porter Road 163 Valley View Drive
SOUTH PARK Ronald Parzich Jr. Robert Cavill Martha Strohm NVR Inc. NVR Inc. Walter John Cavalovitch Terri Kelly Tracy Inks Richard Beaver Jay Paul Nagy Mero South Park Ventures LLC NVR Inc. James Meyer Bradley Eisenhower Catherine Dolgos Estate of Harry Smith Sara Saine Scioto Construction Co. Mark Hawkins Anita Burroughs Estate of James Johnston Zachary Bert Estate of David Grob John Atkinson III Timothy Schaaf
Nathan Repine Natia Freeman Nathan McMichael and Terance Spencer James and Unsa Willis Kelly Roddy Erica Webber Taylor Divins and Kelly Parker Jonathan Daniel Clark Karen Ann McCaughan and Donna Jo McNabb Kirstie Elizabeth Schmidt NVR Inc. Kimberly Perone Daniel Holder and Elizabeth Anna Hart Joshua and Callie Costa Steven and Rebecca Sunderland Rebecca Lewis Marilyn Franz Amy Sabo Chad William Mizer and Erin Rebecca Rathbun Brian and Patricia Nichols Donna Mueller Mario Aponte and Amber Rarden Lok Tamang and Ranjana Lama Thomas Peter Minydzak Donald Eric and Casey Ann Yochum
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Recent Local Real Estate Transactions Seller
Jennifer Streyle Justin Bellback
Gregory Michael and Kathryn Ann Verghies MPNDP Investments LLC
1533 Washington Ave. $170,000. 1194 Wilson Road $55,290 by sheriff's deed.
SPEERS Karen A Johnson Russell Joseph Federer Allison A Zelinsky Voelker Estate of Jack Sutherland
Leslie Grimes Deborah Ann Padilla Melissa Jarvis Tyler Wilson and Morgan Hartley
740 Lewis Ave. 133 Arlington Ave. 704 Lewis Ave. 118 State St.
$79,000. $140,000. $89,000. $132,000.
UNION TOWNSHIP Kurt Becker Eutimio DiLiscia Anthony Arnold Jacob Rogers Joel Bodnar Bernard Golling trustee Estate of Richard Edward Turko
Kevin Robinson Lauren Nicole Gouger Michael and Lisa Woodruff Gabriel Despres Michael Alexander Karlowsky Larry Brian Daberko SFR3 000 LLC
6159 State Route 88 8 Harvest Ln McChain Road 333 Mingo Church Road 172 Cinque Terra Pl Pleasantview Road 2481 State Route 88
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4805 Brownsville Road 737 Frank St. 47 Hennig Drive 110 Kay Drive 180 Providence Way 109 Skyvue Drive 5518 Baptist Road 14 Hennig Drive 4118 Highgrove Road 502 Greenlee Road 726 Greenlee Road 4944 McAnulty Road 128 Providence Way 3130 Woodridge Drive 5114 Caste Drive 4647 Country Club Drive 505 Glowood Drive 5323 Highgrove Road 4929 Leona Drive 300 Maxwell Drive 5170 Morningrise Drive 178 Providence Way 182 Providence Way 3057 Woodridge Drive
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(Continued from previous page.) lives are busy, and kitchen seating is a multitasking hero. Seating that's both comfortable and functional allows you to spend time with children as they study, or socialize with guests while cooking a meal. 4. Shed a new light on it Updating your light fixtures can make a night-and-day difference in the mood of your kitchen. The easiest to install is pendant lighting that you plug into the wall. Hang a hook from the ceiling and swoop the cord over it and voila, you've got modern lighting. When in doubt, recessed lighting is always on trend. Installing it with a dimmer switch may require professional installation, but the end result is worth it. Need a quicker fix? Make a statement by replacing outdated fixtures with decorative track lighting, a lightbar over the kitchen island or an artistic chandelier. 5. Put a spotlight on your kitchen floor Fresh flooring can greatly revitalize your kitchen, instantly sprucing up any dull décor with a timeless product that is resilient, waterproof, durable and attractive. LL Flooring offers hundreds of waterproof styles to choose from, including the new CoreLuxe Americana collection, a line of extradurable vinyl flooring in natural wood hues that are sure to enhance your décor. Breathing new life into your kitchen can be as simple or as complex as you want to make it. Start small and go big, or start big and accent with small touches of color. Make it yours, and make it inviting.
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HEALTH / MEDICAL /FITNESS INCONTINENCE BED PADS - quilted and washable 36 x 30 $5 each. 412-278-3288 ELECTRIC HOME HOSPITAL BED - Richmat 1, Easily adjusts six ways with the touch of a button. Includes gently-used Serta mattress. $300 or best offer. 724-348-4836. TRANSFER TUB BUNCH – for getting into the shower, Drive brand. New, still in the box. $30. 412-884-0886 WOMEN'S ADULT INCONTINENCE SUPPLIES. One lot. $150 neg. Bob @ 540-718-9791 lv msg. Jeff Hills area. SAVE ON YOUR NEXT PRESCRIPTION! World Health Link. Price Match Guarantee! Prescriptions Required. CIPA Certified. Over 1500 medications available. CALL Today For A Free Price Quote. 1-855-530-8993 Call Now!
--------- ITEMS FOR SALE----------CABELLA’S HUNTING CLOTHES – Trousers, shirt and jacket. Orange and black. Size medium. $15. 412751-5688 RUG SCRUBBER – Hoover, Good condition. $30. 412-751-5688 FISHING – Rubbers, hipsters, Cabella’s. Size 10. $10 412-751-5688 GLASS TOP TABLE – Beautiful! Pedestal bottom. 1” thick glass. 5.5 ft long x 3 ft wide. 4 chairs. $250. 724-7854987 STEREO SPEAKERS – One pair of Polk S-20 large bookshelf speakers, like new. (40-50 total hours of use), handles 20-120 watts. Fantastic sound. $175. 412-653-0329. HOT WAX MACHINE – for hands. With extra wax. $50. 412-520-4886 BLUE OVAL GLASS – Approx. 46” W x 48” L. 1/2” – 3/4” thick. $200. 412-520-4886
CLASSIFIEDS HONEYWELL HUMIDIFIER – older model. 30-40 years old. $100. 412-520-4886 G.E. ELECTRIC RANGE – Self cleaning, glass top, 5 years old. Excellent condition. $175. 724-941-2231 G.E. MICROWAVE – Under cabinet. Excellent condition. $25. 724-941-2231 CHEVY PARTS – ‘55 – ‘56 – ’57, windshield, door thresholds for 2 door, rocker mouldings, plus several stainless steel mouldings. All very good condition. $125 for all. 724-9412231 INVICTA BOLT WATCH – Black and gold, stainless steel case, Swiss movement, flame fusion crystal, 52 millimeter. Paid $300. Asking $50. Awesome Christmas present! 724-3221253 STRIPING PAINT – 4 cans, fluorescent orange. $10. 412-425-0342 MITRE SAW – Brand new, with stand. $130. 412-4250342 WRESTLING VHS TAPES – Ten(10), brand new. $12. 412-425-0342 BEDROOM SET – Lite silver gray, dresser and mirror, five drawer cabinet, 2 lamp tables, cedar chest. Good condition. $75 or best offer. 724-348-5243. DINING ROOM SET – Table 90” L x 42” W, 3 extensions, 2 arm high-back chairs, 4 regular chairs, gold cushions, Byrl wood design. Top china cabinet, four glass doors. Base seven drawers. Server three drawers. China available. Good condition. $500. 724-348-5243 STARTER SHINGLES – Two dozen. $20. 724-7973779 CAMPING COT – Very good condition. $15. 412-9796144 KEROSENE HEATER – Portable, brand new – never used. $90 or best offer. 724-322-1253. HUNTING TREE STAND – Aluminum, 17 ft., camo finish, condition. $175. 412-835-3872 EMBROIDERY MACHINE – Brother, 60 built-in designs and large LCD. Orig cost over $500. Selling now for $175. 412-884-0886 IRON – and covered ironing board. $9 for both. 412-8840886 ORGAN – 2 keyboards, 1 pedal, 40” high x 18” wide x 36.5” long. $50. 412-884-0886 RAISED TOILET SEAT – 4” Height, never used, still in the box. $5. 412-884-0886 SKIRTS – Sizes medium and large. Cottons, wool, poly and velvets. Good condition. $2 each. 412-884-0886 ELECTRONIC GAME CALLER – Paid $200. Selling $75. 724-366-9524 OLD LOOMIS JIG POLES – Expensive, Model GLX, Paid $400. Sell $150. 724-366-9524 JOHN DEERE SNOW PLOW – Fits old model 345 tractor, 18 H.P. Discontinued. $250. 724-366-9524 ICE FISHING OUTFIT – Bibs and coat, (Guideware), Gortex. Never worn! Paid $800, sell $300. 724-366-9524 FISH COOLER – Marine Pro Series. $40. 724-3669524
FISH FILET KNIFE – Electric, new in-box. $50. 724366-9524 DANBURY MINT – Whitetail Deer collection. 4 pieces. $50. 724-366-9524 COOKBOOKS – ten(10) hardback books, like new. Terrific recipes. Only $3. 724-929-8259 PITTSBURGH STEELERS – Postal Tribute, (Action photo of Ben Roethlisberger and collectible envelope). $20. 724929-8259 PITTSBURGH STEELERS – Postal Tribute, (Action photo of team, and collectible envelope). $20. 724-929-8259 STEELERS FRAMED PHOTOS – Two(2), new, Jerome Bettis, Pittsburgh Steel label. $5 each. 724-929-8259 TEAPOT – Hull, 8” high brown clay, signed at bottom. $5. 724-929-8259 CHESS SET – New, ‘2020 – Battle for the Whitehouse’ – fantastic, only $15. 724-929-8259 BEAUTIFUL COLLECTIBLE PLATES – 32, each numbered and certified. All for only $20. 724-929-8259. TWIN VALLEY MEMORIAL PARK - 2 graves. $500 for both or Best Offer. Must meet there to transfer ownership. 724-886-5082. BLACK WIRE CRATE - for small animal with tray. Like new. $25. 724-886-5082. LIONEL - Stockyard No. 3656. $25. Needs cleaned up. 724-886-5082. 1979 WORLD SERIES - stamped envelopes(7) stamped with game dates between Baltimore and Pittsburgh all $25. 412-278-3288 1959 ALL STAR PROGRAM - In great condition; spine and staples in tact. No writing in program. Minor creases on covers; s $100. 412-278-3288 INCONTINENCE BED PADS - quilted and washable 36 x 30 $5 each. 412-278-3288 SOUVENIR COIN - Tootsies Orchid Lounge $10. 412278-3288 MUSIC STAND - Folds easily for storage $5. 412-2783288 1994 UPPERDECK PIRATES - Opening day roster, card for each player. Factory sealed plastic case $25. 412384-6583 and ask for Bob 12 GA AUTOLOAD SHOTGUN - Remington 1187 Super Magnum, mint condition with sling, 4 boxes of 3.5 ammo, 3 choke tubes $620. 412-343-2742 BED FRAME - queen size-metal with wheels $25. 724684-8243 GENERATOR - 6000 Watt - King Craft. Paid $500. Asking $300. Never used. 724-684-8243. LOVESEAT - Burgundy - 100% Italian leather. Must see to appreciate. Can text picture. Original price $600 - asking $350. Leave message at 412-653-3122 GOLF BALLS - 200+ shag golf balls. $25. 412-2254150 TOPPS BASBALL CARDS - 1970’s. Excellent condition in album 1278 total. $70. Call Bob at 412-384-6583 ELECTRIC CHAINSAW - POULAN 3.5 HP. $20. CALL 412-384-6583 ASK FOR BOB
DINING ROOM TABLE - 2 EXTENSION BOARDS & 4 CHAIRS, BLONDE WOOD. $60. CALL 412-384-6583 GORILLA LADDERS - NEW MPX 17, $50. CALL 512-384-6583 CUTLER HAMMER - BR260 60 amp circuit breaker. $10. 724-941-1728 ANTIMICROBIAL SPRAY – Bactrokill, 32 oz spray bottle. Never used. $12. 724-941-1728 VINTAGE ROTARY PHONE - Western Electric 500, model STD RT. $25. 724-941-1728 CHRISTMAS TREE STAND - Home Logic 20" diameter base, 1 gallon water capacity, $28. 724-941-1728 WOODEN MAGAZINE HOLDER - 14 3/4" x 8.5" x 15" high. $10. 724-941-1728 CHILD'S DESK AND CHAIR - Measures 24w, 18.5d, 25h. May be maple, excellent. $30.00 520-271-5869 Munhall DOG CRATE (CAGE) - 36L, 22.5W, 24H chrome with tray. Excellent, $50.00 520-271-5869, Munhall MISSION ROCKING CHAIR - Dark finish, with cushion. Tight. $50.00. 520-271-5869 Munhall METAL CAR RAMPS - Excellent condition. $20. 520-271-5869 Munhall WET DRY VAC – Ridgid, 12 gal/5.0 H.P. Very good condition $35. 412-655-9127 SOFFIT – Brown, 2 sheets. $25. 724-797-3779 DRIP EDGE – 12 pcs., brown, 2.25” $35. 724-7973779 SHINGLES – Owens Corning, 4 bundles. $100. 724-7973779 UNDERLAYMENT – 1/2 roll. $20. 724-797-3779 VENTS – One(1) vent, and one(1) pipe vent. $10. 724-7973779 MOPAR RALLY WHEELS – Complete set, with lugs (Swinger). 14” x7” $500. 724-797-3779 MEN’S BICYCLE – Huffy. Very Good condition. $25. 412-979-6144 TV STAND – Black. $10. 412-979-6144 TWIN BED – FREE! Great for college student. 412979-6144 PET CARRIER - Plastic, big, $8. 412-655-9127 STANDING OTT LIGHT - Needs bulb, $20. 412655-9127 QUILT RACK – Homemade, $15. 412-655-9127 WII GAME - Accessories and games $50. 412-655-9127 SHARK STEAM POCKET MOP - And clothes used twice. $10. 412-384-6583 OIL CAN THUMB PUMP - Antique used on steam locomotives. $40. 724-941-8728 PORTABLE HAND GRINDER - B&D #4278, 4000 RPM, 120V, 12amps. $75. 724-941-8728 RELOADING POWDER - Accurate XMR4350, 1 pound. $25. 724-941-8728 PHOTOGRAPHY STAND - Heavy duty Bogen 3070. $ 100. 724-941-8728
HYDRAULIC PUMP – Enerpac, 1 Hp SP 115/230, 4way valve. $250. 724-941-8728 3 AFGHANS – wrapped, never used. Best offer. One Christmas Angel with Trumpet and lights. 724-348-4324 WOOD SHOP EQUIPMENT - 10-inch table saw, band saw, variable speed drill press, 12-inch plainer, belt sander, scroll saw, dust collector, router with table. I purchased all items as new. Most of the items are Delta products, which is a good name in wood working. The items make a great “workshop” set of tools. Please call to see the items. 724-554-5149 or 724348-6705. Any reasonable offer will be considered. WOOD CHIPPER – New. $350. 412-425-0342 ELIZABETH TOWNSHIP BICENTENNIAL BOOK – “Between Two Rivers”, 1976, hardback. Very limited edition. Great history. $25. 520-271-5869 PITCAIRN CENTENNIAL BOOK – “Our First 100 Years”, 1994, hardback. People, government, churches, sports, organizations, schools. $25. 520-271-5869 BOOK ABOUT STEEL – “Steel Serves The Nation” – First 50 years of United States Steel, 1901 – 1951. $25. 520271-5869 MCKEESPORT HIGH SCHOOL YEARBOOK – “The Yough-A-Mon”, 1958. See McKeesport’s finest in 58. $25. 520-271-5869 MONONGAHELA DUSK – A work of historic fiction, with a setting in industrial McKeesport in the 1930’s and 1940’s. By John Hoerr. $25. 520-271-5869 TRANSMISSION JACK - Removes/ replaces automatic transmissions. 800 lbs capacity. Never used, still in original box. $300. 520-271-5869. Munhall BATTERY CHARGER AND STARTER - Like new, used once. 50 amps, portable. $25. 520-271-5869. Munhall
CLASSIFIEDS ELECTRIC SOLDERING IRON - Not a soldering gun. Vintage new old stock. Original box. $10. 520-271-5869. Munhall. MICROSCOPE – Vintage, Parco Scientific Co., Electric light – 10WX, 3 brightness levels, dual eye piece. $50. Paul – 412-276-8516. WOODEN FOLDING TABLES – Four(4) for $40. 412-405-8160. Lv. Message. TEAPOT COLLECTION – Buy one for $2, or better price when you buy all. 724-745-6218 ANTIQUE OAK CURVED CHINA CUPBOARD – 4 wooden shelves, curved glass. $400. 412384-4374 MR. CHRISTMAS MUSICAL BELL SYMPHONIUM – 16 discs / 8 Christmas carols, 8 all time classics. Paid $300 – asking $50. 724-322-1253. MEN’S LEATHER JACKET - Vintage, Quality, heavy black leather. Size Large. $35. Text or Lv. Mssg. 412-3349888. MEN’S BROWN SUIT – with sheen. Size 42/36, not worn / with tag. $40. Text or Lv. Mssg. 412-334-9888 TUXEDO – Size 42/44. With shirt. $65. Text or Lv. Mssg. 412-334-9888. BEELINE TRAILER – 1960’s. $880. Text or Lv. Mssg. 412-401-8099. WORLD WAR II BOOKS – Non fiction war books. $6 each. 724-263-7145. AIR CONDITIONER – Danby, Portable. 1,200 BTU’s, remote, use one month. $375. 724-223-0478. 2005 HARLEY-DAVIDSON SERVICE MANUAL – Softail models. $25. 724-466-0628 LIVINGROOM – End table and lamp. Beautiful. 412651-1794.
FUTON – Gorgeous! Paid $500. Asking $275. 412-6511794. DOLL STANDS – For 8” – 14” dolls. Box of 15 stands. $10. 412-884-0886. LONG LENGTH BLACK LEATHER COAT – Size Small. Worn once. Exc. Condition. Asking $25. 724-6847199 SILVER PLATED FLATWARE – Service for 8, from Simeon & George Rogers Company, Oneida LTD successor. Set in original wooden box. Over 75 years old. Asking $50. 724684-7199. BARBIE DOLL SETS – Whole, 4-doll set or Barbies “Gone with the Wind” – still new in original boxes. $100. 724929-8259 COLLECTIBLE FRANKLIN MINT PLATES – Six(6), National Wildlife Federation, numbered, ‘Cat in the Wild’ - $20. 724-929-8259 DAVEY ALLISON RACING – Phone, coffee cans with tribute, 2 t-shirts (size Med & Large), etc. $20. 724-9298259. FIRST DAY ISSUE POSTAL COVERS – five(5) Architecture, in leather binder, stamp collector favorite. $5. 724-929-8259. FISHING SPINNING REEL – Daiwa Model TZ1500ia, new in box. Original receipt. Expensive – paid $526.86. Need money – selling for only $250. 724-366-9524 NOMEX COVERALLS - Men's size 46 Regular. New in package, Blue, Fire resistant. $50. Pick up near South Park. 724-224-9485 VINTAGE NEWSPAPERS - Good condition. Years: 1963, 1968, 1974. Headlines: Kennedy Shot, Bobby Kennedy Slain and Nixon resigns. 14 copies in all. Make offer. Pick up
October 2021 near South Park. 724-224-9485 PFALTZGRAFF TEA ROSE ITEMS - Soap dispenser, Mug and Candy dish. All in excellent condition. Traditional and woven design. Only $15 for all. Pick up near South Park. 724-224-9485 VERA BRADLEY LARGE TOTE BAG - Brand New. Very roomy. Pretty print. $50. Pick up near South Park. 724224-9485 TIRES (SNOW) - (4) Michelin X-Ice XI3 Snow Tires; 225/50 R17; 13,367 miles - 7/8 32nds Thread. Excellent Snow Tires. $300. Text for pics. 412-535-3744 GUN CABINET - Hand made walnut and glass, front holds 9 rifles, storage on bottom. Very good condition. $100. 74" x 36 1/2" x 17". 724-258-7946 SMALL UPRIGHT FREEZER - used 1 year $175. 724-314-8930 NEW FULL SIZE MATTRESS - $50 724-3148930 SCOOTER FOR HANDICAPPED - Motorized, able to maneuver in tight places. $200. 724-941-7217 COMPOUND BOWS (2) – Plus 7 arrows. Both, only $35. 724-929-8259 COCA-COLA COLLECTION – Pitcher, 26 assorted glasses, 2 Coke polar bears, 2 tins, deck playing cards. All for only $10. 724-929-8259 DUNE BUGGY - 2007 Thunder Motor Sport Joyner 650 Sand Spider. Excellent condition. Only 173 miles. Garage kept. Winch and Owner's manual included. Asking $4,500 or make an offer. Leave message at: (412) 999-4332 TABLE BOOTH - 48 x 24, $75. 412-445-2701 BREAD MAKER - $30. 412-445-2701 USAF - Uniforms $125. 412-445-2701
October 2021 CHILD'S MAPLE DESK - 3 Drawers on Each Side Best Quality Construction ! $100. 724-941-7217 TABLE - 42" ROUND - WOOD - WHITE, Dining or Game Table $20. 724-941-7217 FOREIGN COINS – (41)- some 100 years old. Tahiti, England, Ireland, France, more. $30. 724-941-1728 WHEELBARROW - For all your Lawn Projects. $25. 724-941-7217 WICKER ROCKER – Antique. Hand-made in Jerusalem. $150. 412-384-5837. Lv. Mssg. CAR WHEELS DOLLIES – Manual, move easy on rollers. $175. 724-941-9256 USED BRICK - $80 per thousand. Call Bob. 412-3847247 CHINA CABINET - Glass Top Doors And Top Shelves Light up. Dark Wood $200.00 724-344-6619 GRACO STROLLER - Jogger Travel System Carrier Car seat with 2 click it car seat Bases $150. 724-344-6619 THOMAS THE TRAIN – Five large bags of Thomas / Sodor track, buildings, etc. $50. 412-551-0752 WOLVERINE RED GLASS – Metal Washington machine toy. 1930’s. $75. 412-551-0752 SWIVEL BAR STOOLS – Two(2), wrought iron, antique bronze finish w/ sage green cushions. Monessen. $135. 843-685-6034 HEINEKEN MEMORABILIA COLLECTION - $300. 412-233-5184 BEER SIGN – 17.5” x 12”, Erlanger Classic 1893 Beer, Copyright 1981, JOS Schlitz Brewing Company. $10. 412-8840886
----------- ITEMS WANTED -------FINLEYVILLE BREWING – Old Beer bottles and memorabilia items from Finleyville Brewing wanted. Will pay top dollar! Call 424-215-9385 U.S. STEEL LOGO ITEMS – Old memorabilia, collectibles and items with U.S. Steel logo wanted. Call 424-2159385 WANTED ANTIQUES – Sterling silver, old Christmas decorations, old lamps, oriental rugs, paintings, crocks with blue decorations, gold jewelry. Jim Gillespie at 412-979-7050 or home 724-348-6203. BUYING SPORTS CARDS – Baseball Cards, Basketball Cards and Football Cards. Don’t throw out that old box of cards from your kid or ex-husband! Give me a call first. Paying Cash. 412-760-2291 WANTED OLD FISHING TACKLE - Lures, Reels, Tackle Boxes, Minnow Buckets, Fly Reels / Rods etc. the older the better. Call 412-414-8464, if no answer please leave a message. OLD HOT WHEEL CARS - Redlines. Has the red ring on the tires. Made from 1968 to 1977. A few or your collection, I am willing to look at them. Can meet. Also have PayPal. 724-984-9085 OLD INSULATORS - buying porcelain or glass insulators used on utility poles or along RR tracks, also lightning rods. 724.782.0539
CLASSIFIEDS NOTICES MULTI FAMILY GARAGE SALE - Saturday, October 2, from 8:00 am – 2:00 pm. Mt. Lebanon, Hoodridge Hilands Area. Rain or Shine. (1/2 off what is left from 12-2pm). Directions: Connor Rd to Marshall Dr. SELL YOUR ANTIQUE OR CLASSIC CAR. Advertise with us. You choose where you want to advertise. 800450-6631 visit macnetonline.com for details.
------------ PETS-------RABBITS FOR SALE - (California/New Zealand cross, also Rex rabbits), plus cute pet bunnies, $20. Located near Hundred, WV. 724-447-2726. 24" DOG CRATE - like new $20. 724-348-5103. ADOPT A REAL FRIEND, will make you smile, satisfaction guaranteed! Washington Area Humane Society. 724222-7387 DOG SHOCK COLLAR – (Tritronics), model trash breaker (2 collars). $600 value – asking $250. 724-366-9524 ANGELS FOR ANIMALS. Collecting Aluminum Cans for an on-going fundraiser. (Please no steel, no pie tins, and no aluminum foil.) Also selling Enjoy & Entertainment Books for $30 each. For pickup of cans or delivery of books, call Jessie @ 724941-5737.
HOME MOVIE TRANSFERS PHOTO MONTAGE CREATIONS 8mm, Super 8mm, and16mm Projector movies, transferred digitally, frame by frame, for superior clarity. New equipment for 2016. No projector flicker - reasonable rates. VHS, VHS-C, mini-DV, and 8mm tapes transferred to DVD. Photos/slides scanned to montage DVD of special events. One of a kind gifts. 724-258-5336 dcheplic@ gmail.com. Website: www.dcheplicmovietransfersand montages.com. Facebook: www.facebook. com/ debcheplicmovietransfersandmontages/
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------------ REAL ESTATE-------MOBILE HOME – 14x70, 2 bedroom mobile home on level 0.6920 acre lot, with 2 out buildings. Full utilities, dead-end street. Asking $130,500. Will consider reasonable offers. Call 412-735-4568. TWIN VALLEY MEMORIAL PARK - 2 graves. $500 for both or Best Offer. Must meet there to transfer ownership. 724-886-5082. SPACE FOR SUBLET – Belle Vernon area, great location. Available weekday mornings, weekday afternoons, and weekends. 412-758-8352 MON VALLEY MEMORIAL PARK – “Garden of the Cross” – 4 lots $1,000. (Valued at $1,095 each!). 412-3844374 PLOT FOR SALE - Sacred heart Cemetery $850 OBO. Please email email@example.com SELLING A FARM OR HOUSE? Advertise it here and neighboring publications. We can help you. Contact MACnet MEDIA @ 800-450-6631 or visit our site at MACnetOnline.com SELLING YOUR OWN PROPERTY? Need to advertise it in your local paper and others like it? We have the placement services to help you. Contact MACnet MEDIA @ 800450-6631 or online at MACnetOnline.com
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