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Local People

By Charlotte Hopkins

Local Author, Yasmin Brown, has been making great strides in the book community. Brown is originally from McKeesport and now resides in Elizabeth. Her desire to help women break down barriers, caused by domestic violence, is what inspired her to write her first book. As a survivor of abuse, Brown could relate to what other women were enduring, having walked in their steps. Her first book, “The Silent Destruction,” was published in 2018 by Higher Ground Books & Media. Two years later she added five more books to her published work: Red Flags; Deliverance; I Just Want to be Normal; Diamonds in the Rough; The Ice Tea of Friendship (Children’s Book).

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By Charlotte Hopkins

Kaitlyn Salmon, a 2016 graduate from Thomas Jefferson High School, has penned her first book, a Bible Study Guide titled, “The Ministry Of Touch: A Psychological Analysis Of Touch In Jesus' Ministry.

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Bethel Park High School Senior, Emily Carter, has earned her Gold Award, the highest honor for Girl Scouts. Emily's project was a coloring book and a video titled ‘Friends With Wings’. This project focused on healthy foods for birds, making a bird feeder craft and plants that help feed birds.   Lois Johnson Daycare kindergarteners and first-graders were the primary recipient of Emily's coloring books with some overflow being handed out at Bethel Park Public Library.

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Antoinette Sefcik will celebrate her 100th birthday on March 9, 2021. She was one of nine children born in Pittsburgh to Gennarro and Antonia Shullo. Antoinette married Charles Sefcik in 1948. They have one daughter, Anita Sefcik Mentz, two grandchildren and 5 great-grandchildren. Antoinette has been a member of St. Valentine Church for many years and credits her longevity to her faith. A family celebration will be held later in the year. Read more...

By Petty Officer 1st Class Benjamin Dobbs

A man dressed in a black suit and tie, sits at a table reviewing documents inside an office space at a funeral home. His eyes attentively scan the pages in front of him while he holds an ink pen in his hand. After careful review, he prepares to sign papers that will change his life, and the lives of his loved ones, forever.

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