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Join the Conversation About Transportation Concerns in Beaver County

Join the Conversation About Transportation Concerns in Beaver County

The Franklin Center of Beaver County is sponsoring a series of community round table discussions that are intended to heighten the awareness of the future of Beaver County.

The next “Sip ‘n Say” forum will focus on the topic of: How to better serve Beaver County’s aging/non-driving working population through transportation.

When: Friday, August 8, 2014

Where: Broadcast Street Café 424 Franklin Ave, Aliquippa PA 15001

Time: 10:00 am – 12:00pm.

AT NO COST TO YOU!

RSVP by Friday, August 1, 2014 For more info call 724-378-2882 ask for Shon Owens or Lispert Dowdell

A Mother’s Fear Turns to Hope

A Mother’s Fear Turns to Hope

Anthony’s Remarkable Progress; To a casual observer, Anthony is just like any other child in his preschool classroom. He participates in circle time with the other children. He quietly stands in line and patiently waits his turn. But this hasn’t always been the case. Now six years old, Anthony was diagnosed with autism at 26Continue ReadingContinue Reading

Calling All Trans and Gender Non-Conforming Youth

Three Rivers Community Foundation wants you to lend your voice to GLSEN Pittsburgh’s Trans* Project! We are very excited to take the next step in our mission to help better the experiences of gender nonconforming students in schools across Southwestern PA. A key part of developing resources is to hear from students willing to participateContinue Reading

“Flash tattoos” to benefit North Hills Community Outreach

Brother’s Keeper, a Christian-based tattoo parlor in West View, will hold a Flash Tattoo day 12:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., Saturday, August 2, to benefit North Hills Community Outreach, a nonprofit organization that serves families in crisis, hardship and poverty in northern Allegheny County. Brother’s Keeper is located at 483 Perry Highway, West View. Four tattoo artistsContinue Reading

JTBC is Providing Computer Recycle Program to Beaver County Area

JTBC is Providing Computer Recycle Program to Beaver County Area

Job Training for Beaver County (JTBC), in partnership with Goodwill of Southwestern Pennsylvania, is providing a Computer Demanufacturing (Recycling) Program. JTBC, now located in the Beaver Valley Mall, is accepting donations of old computers. This recycling service is free of charge to those who donate.  The Computer Demanufacturing also provides a practical work experience forContinue Reading