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Is your church or group going to host a free Thanksgiving Dinner? Ship info to The Stroller as quickly as attainable to [email protected] Please embrace a daytime phone quantity.
Free Narcan distribution and useful resource truthful deliberate in Harrison
The Constructing Block of Natrona and the Allegheny County Well being Division will host a free Narcan giveaway and useful resource truthful from three to six p.m. Wednesday in Natrona Neighborhood Park, 12-20 River Street, Harrison.
Along with Narcan, supplies accessible will embrace substance use sources, hurt discount supplies and knowledge, face masks, hand sanitizer and schooling by the well being division’s STD/HIV program.
Leechburg Veterans Day committee in search of youngest veteran
The Leechburg Veterans Day committee is planning a small ceremony on Nov. 11 to dedicate the veterans’ banners within the borough at Freedom Sq. alongside Market Avenue.
The committee is in search of the youngest veteran who lives in Leechburg or Gilpin who can attend the ceremony. Should you suppose you might be the youngest veteran and could be current, name Wayne Dobos at 724-842-3191 or message him on Facebook.
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.
Sponsors for this week’s distribution are the Generations Home of Worship Life Group Hub Leaders.
These choosing up meals are reminded to watch social distancing whereas they wait in line.
Vote in your favourite pumpkin at Neighborhood Library of Allegheny Valley
The employees at Neighborhood Library of Allegheny Valley, 1522 Broadview Blvd., Harrison, embellished book-themed pumpkins and is asking the general public to cease within the library foyer throughout working hours and vote for his or her favourite.
Hours are 10 a.m. to six p.m. Monday by Thursday and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday and Saturday. Visits within the library are by appointment solely.
The winner will probably be introduced on Halloween.
Salvation Military gives free lunches
The Allegheny Valley Salvation Military and Neighborhood Heart in Brackenridge gives free seize and go lunches from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursdays in parking zone on the middle, 917 Brackenridge Ave.
Wednesday: Allegheny Township Zoning Listening to Board will conduct a public listening to at 7 p.m. on the township group constructing, 136 Neighborhood Constructing Street.
Nov. three: Apollo Hose Firm No. 2 is accepting orders for a soup sale. Varieties: vegetable beef, wedding ceremony and candy or spicy chili. Price: $7 per quart; $four per pint. Order deadline: 6 p.m. Saturday. Pickup: 10 a.m. to five p.m. Nov. three on the fireplace corridor, 325 N. Fourth St. Orders: name 724-549-1601 or message the corporate Fb page with title, cellphone quantity, kind and dimension soup
Dec. 10: Pioneer Hose Firm is promoting tickets for a vacation mannequin prepare and $500 money raffle. Price: $5 for 2 numbers. Drawing will probably be based mostly on the 7 p.m. Dec. 10 PA Choose three quantity. Tickets: ship a message to the corporate Fb page.
Thursday: Zion United Methodist Church will host a Vitalant group blood drive from 1 to 7 p.m. within the household life middle, 438 Bear Creek Street. Appointments really useful. Appointments: 412-209-7000 or go to the Log In button at Vitalant.org and search with group code C664
Wednesday: Cheswick Zoning Listening to Board will conduct a public listening to at 7 p.m. within the borough constructing, 220 S. Atlantic Ave.
In the present day: St. Mary Mom of God Church will host a Vitalant group blood drive from 1 to six p.m. within the church corridor, 608 Excessive St. Appointments are really useful. Appointments: 412-209-7000 or go to the Donate Blood button at Vitalant.org and search with group code G0040286
Wednesday: The Thrift Retailer Clothes Ministry at Freeport United Methodist Church, 211 Fourth St., will probably be open from midday to three p.m. on the church. Winter clothes is accessible. Money solely. Donations have to be laundered. Particulars: 724-295-2476
Saturday: Gilpin Volunteer Fireplace Division is taking orders for a drive-thru stuffed cabbage sale. Choose-up: four:30 p.m. Saturday after the division trunk-or-treat. Price: $2 every. Advance orders required. Orders: 724-845-7200, go away a message
Thursday: Harmar Zoning Listening to Board will maintain a public listening to at 7 p.m. on the municipal constructing, 701 Freeport Street. Capability will probably be restricted to the primary 25 individuals on a primary come, first serve foundation, with board candidates, presenters and witnesses having desire. Members of the general public are inspired to take part on-line at Zoom.us. Entry info: harmartownship-pa.gov
Wednesday: Allegheny Valley Affiliation of Church buildings Meals Financial institution will probably be open to anybody in want from 1:30 to five:30 p.m. at 1913 Freeport Street, Natrona Heights. Pull into the middle parking zone and meals will probably be positioned into your automobile. Senior containers at the moment are being distributed Wednesdays as an alternative of Thursdays. Those that should not but registered ought to come after three p.m. Proof of earnings is now not required. Donations: avaoc.org/donate/financial-support/
Thursday: Neighborhood Library of Allegheny Valley will provide, “Mad Science Spooktacular,” for kids in kindergarten by sixth grade at 6 p.m. on-line. Kids will expertise creepy potions and create their very own cup of glow in the dead of night slime or Tootsie rolls. Registration required. Registration: click on here.
Nov. 18: Kiski Township Volunteer Fireplace Division is accepting orders for pies and pumpkin rolls from The Pie Shoppe in Laughlintown. Price: $9.50 and varieties accessible embrace chocolate meringue, coconut meringue, lemon meringue, apple, dutch apple, blackberry, wild blueberry, razzleberry, cherry, peach, raisin, pumpkin and harvest and pumpkin rolls. Paid orders due Nov. 7. Pickup: Nov. 18 on the firehall. Particulars and orders: name or textual content Morgan, 724-466-2812
Thursdays: A New Path Al-Anon Household Group, a free, confidential program for anybody whose life has been affected by another person’s consuming, will meet at 7 p.m. in First United Methodist Church, 251 Important St. Face masks and social distancing required.
Nov. 7: The Leechburg Elks will function the band, “13 Tales,” from 7 to 10 p.m. on the lodge, 228 Market St. Doorways open at 6 p.m. Price: $15. Tickets: 724-842-8071 or Ruth, 724-422-4913
Sunday: Woman Scouts of Western Pennsylvania will host a sign-up occasion from midday to 2 p.m. in Memorial Park. Particulars: gswpa.org or 800-248-3355
Nov. three: East Kensington Neighborhood Circle is accepting orders for its Election Day beef vegetable soup sale. Price: $7 per quart. Pickup: Nov. three on the Neighborhood Circle Constructing, 1785 Seventh St. Street. Advance orders strongly really useful. Orders: 724-339-7887
Thursday: St. Paul Baptist Church, 180 Delaware Ave., will host a free drive-thru meals field distribution from midday till provides run out Thursday on the church. Containers will embrace produce, dairy merchandise and meat. No advance registration or appointment required.
Via Friday: Oakmont Carnegie Library invitations residents to go to its outside backyard space on the Allegheny River Blvd. facet of the library, 700 Allegheny River Blvd. Laminated pages from a youngsters’s e book are connected to picket stakes alongside an out of doors backyard path. Particulars: 412-828-9532
Wednesday: A Vitalant group blood drive will probably be from 1 to six p.m. on the municipal constructing, 4575 New Texas Street. Appointments are really useful. Appointments: name 412-209-7000 or go to Vitalant.org and use group code C528
Plum College District
In the present day: Plum College Board has modified the 7 p.m. assembly to be on-line utilizing Google Meet. Entry info: pbsd.net/meetingagendaandminutes.aspx
Wednesday: Saxonburg Volunteer Fireplace Firm will promote take-out fish and rooster dinners from four to six:30 p.m. on the fireplace corridor, 210 Horne Ave. Menu: fried fish, baked fish, rooster or oysters, baked potato or fries, inexperienced beans, coleslaw, roll and cake, $12. Orders: 724-352-9948, after 2 p.m. Wednesday
Sunday: GFWC Saxonburg Girl’s Membership is conducting a digital purse bash by Saturday. A Fb Dwell drawing will probably be at 2 p.m. Sunday. Price: $20, for one probability to win certainly one of 14 purses, 4 facet raffles and a 50/50 raffle. Particulars: facebook.com/saxonburgwomansclub
Wednesday: Tarentum Elks will resume internet hosting bingo on the lodge, 219 E. Sixth Ave. Face masks required to enter the constructing and should eliminated while you’re seated. The kitchen will probably be open.
Wednesday: The Tarentum Farmers Market will probably be open from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Face masks required. That is the final market of the season.
Nov. eight: Area purposes are being accepted for an auto elements swap meet set for 7 a.m. to four p.m. at Washington Township Volunteer Fireplace Co., 4078 Route 66. Price: 12 x 24-foot house, $25; 12 x 48-foot house, $45; inside 32-foot house, $55. Vendor arrange will start at 11 p.m. Nov. 7. First come, first served. Gadgets will embrace elements and equipment from something automotive, basic, excessive efficiency, vans, vehicles, bikes or boats. Reservations and particulars: 724-727-3079, go away a message
Nov. eight: East Union Presbyterian Church, 292 East Union Street, is accepting orders for Christmas door swags manufactured from recent evergreen. Price: $20. Order deadline: Nov. eight. Choose up: 10:30 to midday Nov. 29 or Dec. 6 on the East Union Neighborhood Heart. Proceeds will profit the church girls’s ministry outreach packages. Order varieties: facebook.com/EastUnionPCUSA/ or 412-973-8927
In the present day: Harvest Neighborhood Church will host a Vitalant group blood drive from 1 to six p.m. within the church corridor, 143 Reed Street. Appointments are really useful. Appointments: 412-209-7000, 724-548-5643 or go to the Donate Blood button at Vitalant.org and search with group code G0450037
In Our Colleges
St. Joseph Excessive College
St. Joseph Excessive College, Harrison, will host an in individual fall open home by appointment from 10 a.m. to midday Nov. 7 on the college, 800 Montana Ave.
These attending may have a chance to satisfy college, college students and oldsters. Registration required by visiting SaintJosephHS.com. For extra info, contact admissions director Shane Palumbo at [email protected]
Cancellations and modifications
Apollo Space Historic Society has canceled all packages for the remainder of the yr.
Wednesday: Buffalo Township Supervisors assembly is canceled as a result of lack of agenda gadgets. Particulars: buffalotownship.com
The annual Allegheny Valley Affiliation of Church buildings Competition of Religion is canceled.
All actions at Burtner Home are canceled by the tip of the yr.
The St. Margaret Mary Parish nut and apricot roll sale is canceled.
Nov. 7: The 90s Bingo deliberate by North Apollo and Oklahoma volunteer fireplace departments is canceled. Particulars: 724-596-7293
The annual Saxonburg Vacation Parade sponsored by the Saxonburg Space Enterprise Affiliation is canceled.
November: The annual joint Christmas Parade with Brackenridge is canceled.
Christopher’s Mild youngsters’s charity has canceled the annual youngsters’s Christmas celebration.
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