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Traveling? You can still access social security online resources- By Tom WinschelSocial Security District Manager in Pittsburgh, PA Now that the weather is beginning to warm, you might be planning a vacation or trip. Social Security is here for you when you’re traveling, whether it’s just a state away or when you’re overseas.Our online services page directs you to a wide variety of useful ... Read more...
Free Army Field Band Concert- The United States Army Field Band Concert @ Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Hall & Museum Apr 15 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm While the concert is free reservations are encouraged. Contact (412) 621-4253 or visit the website.
Free Bus Trip for WWII/KOREAN era Veterans and All Who Served prior to May 15, 1975- Free one day bus trip to Washington, DC on MONDAY MAY 13, 2019 to visit the WWII, Korean Memorials, Arlington Cemetery for Changing of the Guard, the Wall and the Marine Corp Memorial.  Food and beverages provided.  RN and several volunteers on trip.  Wheelchairs provided as needed. Three pick up sites:  Beaver, Greentree and Monroeville.  Early departure ... Read more...
NHCO seeking seniors who need minor home repairs- North Hills Community Outreach (NHCO), in partnership with Stay at Home youth mission camp and Rebuilding Together, is accepting applications now from low-income seniors for free minor home repairs.Low-income senior applicants must live in northern Allegheny County north of the City of Pittsburgh. Repairs will be scheduled for June 23 through 28.  Space is limited ... Read more...
Cranberry Township 55+- Cranberry Township 55+ Club It is the mission of the Cranberry Township 55+ Club to create and preserve an environment attractive to senior members to ensure openness, friendliness, understanding and respect for all. Members must be residents of Cranberry Township. The club’s focus is unity and friendship: entertainment, education and socializing — meeting new seniors ... Read more...
LifeSpan upcoming events- May 11th—Highmark Walk for a Healthy Community—LifeSpan is again participating.  Join LifeSpan for a great day in the “Burgh”.  All funds raised by LifeSpan, go directly to LifeSpan.  This year, a portion will be used to update LifeSpan’s website.  If you, your family, friends or neighbors have benefited from LifeSpan’s Programs and Resources for Seniors, ... Read more...
UPMC St. Margaret Offers Diabetes Management Classes- WHAT: A series of diabetes management classes are now open for registration. The educational sessions are split over two days.  Program Cost: Insurance will be billed. Participants should check with their insurance company to find out if they are covered. A prescription is required. Topics include: Nutrition and meal planning Medications Monitoring and pattern control Being active Setting ... Read more...
The Prodigal Sons- Jeannie Allen Productions presents The Prodigal Sons a modern day musical drama of a father’s redemptive love. Sunday, March 24, 2019 – 1 pm First Presbyterian Church of Pittsburgh (320 Sixth Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15222) Tickets: $10 each; $25 for family of 3 or more. Purchase tickets at the door or by contacting the church ... Read more...
Penguins hockey exhibit at Western Pennsylvania Sports Museum set to score big- “It’s a Hockey Night in Pittsburgh” takes on new meaning with the opening of a new sports exhibit at the Western Pennsylvania Sports Museum, located inside the Senator John Heinz History Center in the Strip District. The long-term exhibit opens Saturday, January 26. Sharpen your skates and glide through the history of ice hockey in ... Read more...
Mon Valley veteran named VFW Public Affairs Officer- A Mon Valley resident and life member of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 914 Intrepid West Mifflin has been appointed the Public Affairs Officer of VFW Department of Pennsylvania District 29 by Commander William Roland. Michael Mauer, an Army veteran of Operation Desert Storm, was presented with a garrison cap signifying his new office during ... Read more...

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