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Witches

The West Jefferson Hills Historical Society and the Jefferson Hills Library invite society and community members to attend its delightfully spooky free fall program "Witches of Pennsylvania: Occult History and Lore” on Wednesday, October 26, at 7:00 P.M.


This program will take place in the Community Rooms of the Jefferson Hills Municipal Building.  Folklorist Thomas White is sure to entertain as he discusses the beliefs in magic English and German settlers brought with them from the Old World to Pennsylvania.   Also to be discussed are specific cases of area women accused of witchcraft and the consequences those women experienced.  Refreshments will be served.

Crossroads Ministries in Finleyville will be holding a ‘Trunk-N-Treat’ event on Wednesday, Oct. 26.  ‘Trunk-N-Treat’ is a fun night for the entire family. The fun is held on our back field at Crossroads Ministries. The kind people of Crossroads dress up, decorate their cars and hand kids candy out of 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 for this event so we can properly plan for you! There are THREE(3) different slots available to register: 6:30-7:00pm, 7:00-7:30pm, and 7:30-8:00pm.****Pick which time slot you will attend when you get your tickets!

For more information, or to register for this free event, please visit our website at www.crsmin.com or call 724-348-1620. Crossroads Ministries is located at 81 Walter Long Rd, Finleyville, one mile south of Trax Farms, overlooking Route 88.

Another fun evening is in store for SPWC membership and their guests on October 17 at 7:00 PM.  Meeting will be held, as usual, in South Park Township Community Center, where there is plenty of parking.


At this meeting, Becky Tallon, a member of SPWC, will be showing everyone how to make special envelopes to send with special stationery.  Whether crafty or not, it'll be exciting to see what you can accomplish that night.  Supplies provided for all.  Along with the regular business meeting, crafty portion of evening, there is always the great goodies provided by members.

Women from surrounding communities are welcome to join the SPWC that evening or at any time.  Bring a friend, neighbor, relative with you.

The Friends of South Park Township Library will be holding their Fall Book Sale on Thursday evening, October 6 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. and Friday, October 7 from 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.    Then, on Saturday, October 8, the ever-popular “$5 a Bag Day” will be held from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., where Friends provide the bag for you to fill with anything you find at the sale. 


This popular event will take place at the South Park Township Community Center, 2575 Brownsville Road, across from Bavarian Village.

A large variety of books will be awaiting you on many topics: (hardback, paperback, fiction, non-fiction, children, adult, school, educational, coffee table and large print books), also, old records, albums, books on tape, audio music tapes, CD’s, DVD’s, video tapes, video games, Blue Ray, audio/video material, computer and electronic games and programs, games, puzzles, toys and stuffed animals. 

This sale is a great time to collect your Fall and Winter reading and if not a member of Friends, is a great time to join or renew your membership.  All proceeds benefit the South Park Township Library.

For further information on Friends please visit web site at: www.southparklibrary.org/spfriends.htm.

The Penn Highlands Mon Valley Lois Orange Ducoeur Breast Cancer Walk is a Valley favorite that women, men, children and even pets turn out for every year — rain or shine. The 2022 event, which is scheduled for Saturday, October 8, at 10:00 AM, promises to be bigger and better than ever. 


The Walk has moved to the Center for Fitness and Health in the Penn Highlands Mon Valley HealthPlex, on Route 51, in Rostraver Township. Participants and guests can complete the Walk in the safety of a marked course free from motor vehicle traffic. In addition, the new site provides ample space to accommodate the walkers and those attending for the festivities.  

"Practically everyone knows someone whose life has been touched by breast cancer," said Natalie Furgiuele, MD, a breast surgeon with Penn Highlands Mon Valley. "Our annual Walk makes a statement that our community is united to fight this disease. It shows that we all have the ability to care for and support those battling breast cancer."

Walkers are asked to make a minimum donation of $20 each to participate. Often, participants collect donations from family, friends and neighbors who cannot participate.  Registration for the Walk is available prior to the event at www.phhealthcare.org/ducoeurwalk or the day of the event beginning at 9:00AM. 

As in the past, the Walk will have an atmosphere of excitement and hope. Musical entertainment, motivational remarks from Dr. Furgiuele, vendors and refreshments will be part of the festivities. A highlight will be the special recognition for breast cancer survivors at the start of the event.

This year’s proceeds will benefit the Hahne Cancer Center at Penn Highlands Mon Valley, with the purchase of a clip marker system, for mammography biopsies. This system will improve the quality and accuracy of diagnostics and therapy for patients. Proceeds will also help to purchase an interface upgrade, to the Center’s vital sign machines. The upgrade will automatically add the patient’s vital signs to their electronic health record; thus providing the healthcare professional more face-to-face time with the patient.

For more information, contact 724-258-1657 or kdquinn@phhealthcare.org.

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