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On line casino Theatre looking for donations
The On line casino Theater in Vandergrift is looking for donations to assist with the maintenance and upkeep of the theater throughout the present pandemic.
Since mid-March six exhibits on the theater have been canceled, however the prices of upkeep and utility payments proceed to return in. Income misplaced from these performances might high $25,000.
The theater is marking its 120th anniversary this 12 months and is listed on the Nationwide Register of Historic Locations.
Donations may be despatched to On line casino Theatre Restoration and Administration, 145 Lincoln Ave., PO Field 202, Vandergrift PA 15690. Contributions are tax deductible.
Free meals and face masks obtainable at Highlands Household Heart
Highlands Household Heart, Tarentum, will distribute free precooked meals from Eat N Park and material face masks from Hanes by appointment from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday on the heart, 415 E. Fourth Ave.
Appointments are required. For an appointment, name the middle at 724-224-9006. Name as quickly as doable. Spots go rapidly.
Saxonburg ambulance service conducting subscription marketing campaign
Saxonburg Volunteer Hearth Firm Ambulance Division is conducting its annual subscription marketing campaign for 2020-21. Subscription charges are due by Sept. 15.
Lately, the ambulance service mailed letters to residents within the service space of Saxonburg, Jefferson, Clinton and a portion of Buffalo Township. In the event you didn’t obtain one within the mail and want to subscribe, contact the secretary at 724-352-3300.
Knead Neighborhood Café to distribute seize and go dinners
Knead Neighborhood Café in New Kensington will hand out free grab-and-go dinners from 5:30 to six:30 p.m. Thursday on the café, 1011 Barnes St.
This week’s sponsor is Burrell-New Kensington Rotary. These selecting up meals are reminded to watch social distancing whereas they wait in line.
Ekastown Street to be closed Wednesday
PennDOT plans to shut Ekastown Street in Buffalo Township to site visitors from 6 a.m. to four:30 p.m. Wednesday between Obringer Lane and Fleming Street to switch a failing pipe.
The recommended detour is take Route 228 to Route 356, to Route 28 to the Millerstown Exit, to Route 908 again to Ekastown Street.
PennDOT requests that the general public observe social distancing tips and keep away from contact with development personnel.
Salvation Military provides free lunches
The Allegheny Valley Salvation Military and Neighborhood Heart in Brackenridge provides free seize and go lunches from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursdays in parking zone on the heart, 917 Brackenridge Ave.
In the present day: The Allegheny Valley chapter of the Girls’s Enterprise Community will meet at eight a.m. on-line. These attending can learn the way the group helps the success and progress of ladies in enterprise. All conferences will likely be held on-line till additional discover. Reservations required. Reservations and signal on info: Susan Kinger, 412-782-4848 or [email protected]
Wednesday: The Wheel Good Wednesday meals truck occasion sponsored by the Apollo Occasions Committee and Apollo Space Historic Society will likely be from four to eight p.m. on the outdated Stanford lot on Clifford Avenue. Meals truck distributors who want to take part at a future occasion can electronic mail [email protected].
Thursday: Apollo Space Historic Society will meet at 7 p.m. on the WCTU constructing, 317 N. Second St.
Sept. 9: Apollo Hose Co. No. 2 is accepting orders for a Sprankle’s Hoagie sale. Paid orders are due by Sunday and pickup will likely be from midday to five p.m. Sept. 9. Varieties: baked ham, turkey, roast beef, deli, veggie, all for $7.50; deluxe Italian, $eight. Orders: personal message on the corporate Fb page.
Sept. 12: St. James the Higher Church, 109 Owens View Drive, is accepting functions from distributors for an outside flea market and vendor honest. Hours: 9 a.m. to three p.m. Flea market donations will likely be accepted till Sept. eight. Registration and questions: Linda Grimm, 724-882-8776
Saturday: Selfmade doughnuts will likely be offered from 6 to 11 a.m. at Calvary Lutheran Church, 1721 Victoria Ave. Orders: 724-339-4830
Sept. 11: St. Vladimir Church, 1610 Kenneth Ave., is taking orders for its potato and kraut pierogi sale. Orders will likely be taken from eight to 10 a.m. Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays starting Tuesday. Pickup will likely be from 12:30 to four p.m. Sept. 11 within the church social corridor. Face masks required at pickup. Value: $10 per dozen. Orders: 724-339-9257
Thursday: East Deer Commissioners assembly is canceled and will likely be mixed with the 7:30 p.m. Sept. 10. assembly.
Wednesday: The Thrift Retailer Clothes Ministry at Freeport United Methodist Church, 211 Fourth St., will likely be open from midday to three p.m. on the church. Money solely. Donations have to be laundered. Particulars: 724-295-2476
Thursday, Friday and Saturday: Freeport Space Library may have a liquidation sale from eight a.m. to three p.m. on the former Camerlo’s Market, 318 Fifth St. Proceeds will profit the library.
Thursdays: Gilpin Volunteer Hearth Division kitchen will likely be open from 5 to 7 p.m. Thursdays for takeout meals. Menu: go to the division Fb page. Orders: 724-845-7200, go away a message
Sept. 18: St. Joseph Excessive College is conducting a $20,000 Tremendous Raffle. Value: $100 per ticket. Prizes embrace a $20,000 grand prize, three $1,000 runner-up prizes. Winner needn’t be current. Solely 500 tickets will likely be offered. Tickets: 724-224-5552 or SaintJosephhs.com. Proceeds assist to maintain tuition inexpensive for college students on the faculty.
Saturday: Kiski Township Volunteer Hearth Firm will host a automotive cruise from midday to five p.m. on the firehall, 1037 Route 56. Sprint plaques will likely be awarded to the primary 100 automobiles and trophies will likely be awarded. Entry price: $10. There will likely be meals, a silent public sale and door prizes. CDC tips will likely be noticed. Particulars: Dan, 724-339-3495
Wednesday: The free family tree group at Leechburg Space Museum and Historic Society will meet from 10 a.m. to midday on the museum, 118 First St. All expertise ranges welcome. Ancestry.com and Newspaper.com can be found. Particulars: Judy, 724-681-9154
Sept. 19: Leechburg Volunteer Hearth Firm is accepting reservations from meals vans for a meals truck rally deliberate for midday to six p.m. on the hearth firm grounds, 268 Canal St. The occasion will profit the brand new river rescue boat fund.
Mondays by way of Thursdays: American Legion kitchen will likely be open for takeout orders from members and friends from three to 7 p.m. on the publish, 1100 Wildlife Lodge Street. Menu: go to facebook.com/post868/. Orders: 724-339-9417
Thursday: New Kensington Zoning Listening to Board will meet at 7 p.m. to listen to an enchantment to grant a variance to permit use of 215 Tarentum Bridge Street for a automotive wash.
Oct. 24: Knead Neighborhood Café, 1011 Barnes St., is accepting functions from crafters and distributors for an outside fall harvest honest. Hours: 10 a.m. to three p.m. Rain or shine. Particulars: 878-302-3270 or kneadcommunitycafe.org/events
Sept. 13: Springdale Recreation Committee is accepting orders for a pepperoni roll sale. Decide up will likely be Sept. 13 on the borough workplace. Value: $12 for a six-pack of rolls. Orders: 724-274-6800 or cease in on the borough workplace
Sept. 16: The Craft Group at Springdale Free Public Library will meet at 1 and 6 p.m. on the library, 331 College St. Attend both session. The primary undertaking will likely be to complete the tea cups that weren’t completed final 12 months. New members welcome. CDC tips will likely be noticed. Reservations required. Reservations and knowledge: 724-274-9729
Wednesday: The Tarentum Farmers Market will likely be open from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Face masks required.
Thursdays: Rams Youth Soccer Affiliation will sponsor a weekly meals truck fundraiser with Sonny’s Smorgasbord from 6 to eight p.m. at Dreshar Stadium, First Avenue. A portion of proceeds helps the affiliation to maintain prices inexpensive for households.
Ongoing: Vandergrift Public Library is conducting a Child’s Summer season Ebook Sale. Select a sort and theme to your little one’s books, fill out an order type and librarians will contact you to go over particulars, verify cost and schedule a pickup on the library. Value: $10 per bag of gently-used books. Orders: 724-568-2212, or go to the library website.
Cancellations and adjustments
Sunday and Monday: The annual Labor United Celebration deliberate for Northmoreland Park is canceled.
October: The Prospect Cemetery annual ghost excursions are canceled. Particulars: 724-224-4552
September: The annual September By the River competition is canceled.
October: The Freeport Halloween carnival is canceled.
All actions at Burtner Home are canceled by way of the tip of the 12 months.
Oct. three: The annual Oktoberfest at Concordia Lutheran Ministries is canceled. A drive-in fireworks show continues to be deliberate. Particulars will likely be introduced.
Sept. 19: The annual Pink Day competition is canceled.
October: The Halloweenburg Pageant is canceled.
Sept. 19: The Fall Pageant Road Sale deliberate by the Oakmont Chamber of Commerce is canceled.
Riverview Neighborhood Motion Corp. is closed for all actions besides house delivered meals. Questions: 412-828-1062
Oct. three: The Money Giveaway Bash sponsored by Higher Burrell and Parks volunteer hearth firms is canceled.
Sept. 12 and 13: The Saxonburg Pageant of the Arts is canceled.
The weekly Mingle on Most important occasions are canceled. Refunds will likely be despatched to distributors who signed up.
Oct. three: The Monte Carlo Evening deliberate by Springdale Excessive College Alumni Affiliation is canceled. Affiliation conferences are suspended till additional discover.
Sept. 12: Springdale Volunteer Hearth Division has canceled the Money Bash. The 50/50 Progressive Raffle tickets dated Could 9, 2020 will likely be drawn on Sept. 12. The hearth firm thanks everybody for his or her continued help throughout this making an attempt time.
Sept. 13: The craft and vendor honest is canceled.
In the present day: The Tarentum Council assembly scheduled at the moment is canceled and will likely be held at 6 p.m. Sept. eight on-line at Zoom.us. Particulars: tarentumboro.com
Sept. 19: The annual Moonlight Bingo at Washington Township Volunteer Firehall is canceled.
Small Acts of Kindness
Did your neighbor name and verify on you, or carry a face masks or groceries? The Stroller needs to acknowledge these round us who’re performing small acts of kindness for others throughout this worrying time. Ship a brief, one-paragraph word highlighting somebody and the way they helped you, your loved ones or your group to The Stroller at [email protected].
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