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A Day for Mom: Mother’s Day celebrations and gifts she’ll treasure - The role of mothers in shaping their daughters’ and sons’ lives is unsurpassed. Mothers teach us to love, be strong and confident, persist, live life to its fullest and be the best we can be. Mother’s Day is just around the corner. So, this year give her the gift of your heart and time, and ... Read more...
New book traces history of Butler’s historic Pullman Park - If you grew up or live near Butler, most probably you are familiar with Pullman Park. Perhaps you attended a baseball game there as a kid, or have taken your grandchildren to a game. The park has been in existence for more than 85 years. Now, its rich history is being told in a newly ... Read more...
Seniors don black and gold for Wellapalooza at Heinz Field - “Here We Go, Steelers!” was the theme of Wellapalooza, held last month at Heinz Field. Hosted by UPMC for Life and UPMC Living/Staying at Home, the annual event focuses on wellness, fun and healthy living for older adults. Hundreds of attendees came out for the day wearing their best black-and-gold attire, and many strolled the ... Read more...
Local senior offers fun, easy dance exercise program - Many of us have the desire to lose a few pounds or just have more energy and vitality, and we know that a combination of good nutrition and exercise is the ticket. Yet it’s so easy to slack on the exercise part because it’s hard, expensive or we just don’t know what to do. Roland ... Read more...
Senior volunteer honored at United Way’s Fred Rogers Good Neighbor Awards - The United Way of Southwestern Pennsylvania recently held its fifth Fred Rogers Good Neighbor Awards to celebrate corporate partners and individuals who have made an outstanding commitment to helping those in need through volunteerism. This year, United Way recognized individuals who have made a strong commitment to some of United Way’s signature volunteer opportunities. Dolores ... Read more...
Senior Justice and Wellness Expo promises to be better than ever - Last year’s Senior Justice and Wellness Expo was one of the biggest events in Allegheny County celebrating Older Americans Month, with more than 500 older adults in attendance. This year’s expo promises to be even bigger. It will take place on Wednesday, May 9 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the IBEW Circuit Center, ... Read more...
Virtual Senior Academy gives local seniors engaging, easy and free online platform for lifelong learning - Have you always wanted to study a particularly intriguing topic, dabble in different types of art, or experience being part of a fascinating book discussion group? Now you can do this (and much more) from the comfort of your home or with a group of friends at your local senior center through the Jewish Healthcare ... Read more...
Butler County based 3MJC has mission to care for our beautiful local state parks - There is no doubt that our county’s three state parks bring enjoyment, recreation and beauty to the lives of local residents. We are fortunate to have Moraine State Park, McConnells Mill State Park and Jennings Environmental Education Center right in our backyards. Taking care of these natural wonders, however, requires some labor of love. This ... Read more...
Faith in Action provides rides at no cost to Beaver County residents who need transportation to medical appointments - Need a ride to a medical appointment in Beaver County? One option for getting there is Faith in Action of Beaver County. The interfaith ministry taps religious volunteers to provide rides for adults ages 60 and older who need to get to the doctor and to medical appointments. The ride service has been up and ... Read more...
Beaver County History Weekend marks 100th anniversary of the end of World War I - It’s time once more to take a journey through the history of our region. The Beaver County History Weekend celebration will take place on May 5 and 6 at historical societies and museums throughout the county. This year marks the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I. Thirty-six Beaver County residents were killed ... Read more...

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