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South Hills Interfaith Movement celebrates the South Hills

The Almanac – South Hills Interfaith Movement hosted its annual Celebrate the South Hills with SHIM event May 23 at the Hilton Garden Inn – Southpointe in Cecil Township. “This…

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Food Drives Can Save Lives – Top Five Tips for Successfully Operating a Food Drive

So, you’ve made the decision to help combat hunger in your community and want to hold a food drive. Great choice! From the outside, it may seem like a lot…

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Conference on the benefits of immigration kicks off this week in Pittsburgh

NEXTpittsburgh – This week, more than 400 artists, activists, and elected official from across the country will gather in Downtown Pittsburgh for a summit on how cities can attract and…

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Upper St. Clair couple honored

The Almanac – Upper St. Clair residents Becky and John Surma were among the honorees at United Way of Southwestern Pennsylvania’s April 16 “Toasting the Titans” event. Also honored were…

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Rotary Club of Upper St. Clair-Bethel Park gives $48,000 to causes

The Almanac – South Hills residents must love a good barbecue. In the 30 years since the founding of the Rotary Club of Upper St. Clair-Bethel Park, the organization’s annual…

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South Hills Interfaith Movement holds 40th annual Holocaust observance

The Almanac – Kristallnacht, or “The Night of Broken Glass,” is notoriously remembered as the date Nazi Germany launched what would become the Holocaust in full force. “It could have…

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Young philanthropists step up to sack hunger

Still new to Upper St. Clair after their recent move from Michigan, Jackson and Alex VanHoorelbeke, 15-year-old twins, admit they don’t know much about the South Hills. But after learning…

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SHIM kicks off Sack Hunger campaign in South Hills

The Almanac – Your spare change can be someone else’s sustenance. Spreading a message along those lines, three young men from Mt. Lebanon asked folks for their unused coins with…

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