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Financial Fitness Check: Ever get that annual checkup at the doctor's? Regular financial reports are like those checkups, but for your business. They show you exactly how healthy your finances are - where the money's flowing in (hopefully from tons of clients or sales), where it's flowing out (and hopefully not disappearing into mysterious black holes!), and if you're on track to hit your goals. One client used to avoid these reports, fearing bad news. But once they embraced them, they discovered areas to save money and boost profits! Boom! Book a free consultation with me to discuss how I can help!Rose Lamoureuxwww.roseknowsbookkeeping.com rose@roseknowsbookkeeping.com 412-357-2124
Notable changes to the 2024-25 WPIAL boys soccer alignment , Trib HSSN
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Notable changes to the 2024-25 WPIAL boys soccer alignment , Trib HSSN
The WPIAL released new section alignments for the next two-year cycle in all sports, and changes will be implemented starting this fall. This summer, TribLive will break down changes for each of the WPIAL sports.
Notable changes to the 2024-25 WPIAL girls tennis alignment , Trib HSSN
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Notable changes to the 2024-25 WPIAL girls tennis alignment , Trib HSSN
The WPIAL released new section alignments for the next two-year cycle in all sports, and changes will be implemented starting this fall.
The Essential Guide to Selecting a Qualified Tree Service Provider: 5 Must-Have Credentials
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The Essential Guide to Selecting a Qualified Tree Service Provider: 5 Must-Have Credentials
Choosing the right tree service provider is crucial for the health of your trees and the safety of your surroundings. With a multitude of options available, distinguishing between the professional ...
In brief: Hampton area happenings, week of July 22, 2024
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In brief: Hampton area happenings, week of July 22, 2024
Worship service at Hartwood Acres Five local Presbyterian churches will combine for an outdoor worship service on Aug. 4 at the Hartwood Acres Amphitheater. Hampton, Elfinwild, Glenshaw, Glenshaw Valley and Parkwood churches will lead the worship service at 10 a.m. Bring a blanket and/or lawn chair, and come early for
In brief: North Allegheny area happenings, week of July 22, 2024
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In brief: North Allegheny area happenings, week of July 22, 2024
Marshall Community Day Marshall Township Community Day is scheduled for Aug. 24 at Knob Hill Park. The event will start at 4 p.m. and wrap up with Zambelli Fireworks around 9:30. If you would like to participate in the event as a vendor or a sponsor, call Jessica at 724-935-3090
Ladies Tea on May 18 at the Bradford House Museum
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Ladies Tea on May 18 at the Bradford House Museum
Join us for an enchanting afternoon at the Bradford House Historical Association Museum, as we celebrate a time-honored tradition with our annual Ladies Tea event on May 18. This special gathering ...
North suburban real estate transactions, week of July 21, 2024
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North suburban real estate transactions, week of July 21, 2024
Bellevue Angela Tyner sold property at 162 Grant Av to Debra Vlahos for $125,000. Kyle Properties LLC sold property at 16 Margaretta Ave. to Steven Burns for $375,000. Estate of James Motta sold property at 189 N Balph Av to New Residential Mortgage Loan Trust 2014 for $50,000. North Sprague
Hampton girls wrestling alum ramps up aggressiveness with college on horizon , Trib HSSN
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Hampton girls wrestling alum ramps up aggressiveness with college on horizon , Trib HSSN
Hampton’s Isabella McNutt is becoming a little bit McNasty.
Spring Hiking near Foggy Mountain Lodge
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Spring Hiking near Foggy Mountain Lodge
Spring Hiking near Foggy Mountain LodgeAs winter gradually releases its icy grip and nature awakens from its slumber, there's no better time to venture into the great outdoors than spring. For thos...
NHRCES Summer STEAM Camp: A Celebration of Faith, Learning, and Creativity
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NHRCES Summer STEAM Camp: A Celebration of Faith, Learning, and Creativity
The North Hills Regional Catholic Elementary Schools (NHRCES) Summer STEAM Camp recently wrapped up a successful summer season. It offered three exciting weeks of summer camp across two schools: Holy Cross Academy (HCA) in Ross Township and Blessed Francis Seelos Academy (BFSA) in Wexford. Launched initially as a Summer STEM Camp last year, this year's program expanded to include theater arts, transforming into the Summer STEAM Camp. The camp featured three themes: Wet and Wild Adventures, A Summer of Discovery, and NHRCES STEAMworks Studio presents Lion King Kids. The highlight of the camps was the Lion King Kids production, presented on Friday, July 19, 2024, at BFSA. Directed by a BFSA and North Catholic High School alumnus, the production drew over 100 family members and friends. Mary Narvett, director and a rising freshman at Slippery Rock University, double majoring in Strategic Communications and Theater Arts, and alumnus of Blessed Francis Seelos Academy, said, "I really enjoyed bringing theater into the Catholic school community. I think theater is really great for kids because it helps them embrace self-confidence, and I enjoyed giving back to my own Catholic school, Blessed Francis Seelos Academy." Thirty campers participated, learning choreography, acting skills, and theater direction in just four and a half days. NHRCES Business Manager Vince Scalamogna conceived the idea for the camp in 2022, and it materialized last year with the NHRCES Summer STEM Camp. This year's expansion into STEAM saw participation from students of all eight NHRCES schools, Mars School District, North Allegheny School District, North Hills School District, and homeschooling programs, demonstrating the camp's strong community ties. "The growth of this program from a simple idea to a vibrant, inclusive camp is a testament to our commitment to fostering faith, creativity, and learning through the collaboration of our schools and teachers.," said Mr. Scalamogna. Looking ahead, the NHRCES plans to expand the theater program into a two"or three-week camp next year. Parents and campers alike have praised the camp for its impact and the fun it provides. Stephanie Kirby, parent of a BFSA student, said of the program, "I was amazed at how well these kids learned their parts so quickly. I know my daughter had a ton of fun and can't wait to return next year. We can't wait to see what you guys have for next year!" A rising fourth grader at BFSA, Katherine Haldeman, shared her excitement: "I liked this camp because it gave me time to act. It gave us all new experiences, choreography, and dancing, and we learned acting skills. It's all thanks to the teachers and the helpers all around." Established in 2017, NHRCES is a school system comprising eight Catholic elementary schools: Blessed Francis Seelos Academy in Wexford, Blessed Trinity Academy in Glenshaw, Butler Catholic School in Butler, Holy Cross Academy in Ross Township, Holy Sepulcher School in Butler, Saint Kilian Catholic School in Cranberry Township, St. Gregory School in Zeilinople, and St. Wendelin School in Butler. The system is dedicated to providing a nurturing environment that promotes academic excellence in Catholicism and spiritual and social growth. For more information about NHRCES and enrolling your family, please visit www.nhrces.org.
Blessed Trinity Academy garden benefits Hampton-based food pantry
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Blessed Trinity Academy garden benefits Hampton-based food pantry
Fresh vegetables are lining the shelves of a local St. Vincent De Paul food pantry, thanks to the hard work of students at Blessed Trinity Academy. A nearly $900 grant from the Sister Mary Paul Hickey Research Grant Program through Carlow University in Pittsburgh was awarded for the project in
How to Choose a Trustworthy Contractor: 4 Essential Tips
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How to Choose a Trustworthy Contractor: 4 Essential Tips
Choosing the right contractor for your home improvement projects is crucial to ensuring quality workmanship, transparent pricing, and a stress-free experience. However, navigating the world of resi...
Howard Hanna's Children's Free Care Fund Welcomes Four New Board Members
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Howard Hanna's Children's Free Care Fund Welcomes Four New Board Members
PITTSBURGH, PA – Howard Hanna's Children's Free Care Fund is proud to announce the appointment of four distinguished professionals to its board of directors: Clayton Gialloreto, Monifa Martin, Anna-Marie "Ree" Reschini and Annie Cestra. Each brings a wealth of experience and a commitment to community service, further strengthening the Fund's mission. Clayton Gialloreto has been with Howard Hanna since 2015, serving as the corporate controller. With a robust background in public accounting and a bachelor's degree in accounting from Pennsylvania State University, Gialloreto is an accomplished financial expert. He lives in Murrysville, Pa., with his wife, Jennie, and their two children, Ashley and Jordan. Monifa Martin is a seasoned management and technology consultant based in Pittsburgh. With more than a decade of experience, Martin's expertise spans digital marketing, data analytics and mergers and acquisitions across various industries. She has a notable history of transforming business challenges into profitable outcomes and currently serves as the director of business intelligence for a Pittsburgh-based law firm. Martin is actively involved in community service and holds degrees from the University of Pittsburgh and Carnegie Mellon University. Anna-Marie "Ree" Reschini was drawn to Pittsburgh by its strong physician assistant programs, earning a bachelor's degree in psychology and a master's degree in physician assistant studies from Chatham University. After working in San Francisco, Reschini returned to Pittsburgh, where she now practices at Forefront Dermatology. An avid yogi, skier and traveler, she resides in Squirrel Hill with her husband, Joe, and daughter, Lola. Annie Cestra represents corporations and individuals in a wide spectrum of legal transactions, focusing primarily on mergers and acquisitions and corporate governance. She earned her J.D. from Duquesne University School of Law and a B.A. from John Carroll University. Cestra has been recognized among the Best Lawyers in America®: Ones to Watch for corporate law. "We are thrilled to welcome Clayton, Monifa, Ree and Annie to our board," said Howard "Hoddy" Hanna, chair emeritus, Children's Free Care Fund. "Their diverse backgrounds and dedication to community service will be invaluable as we continue to support children in need. About Howard Hanna's Children's Free Care Fund Howard Hanna's Children's Free Care Fund provides essential medical care to children in need, ensuring no child is denied treatment due to financial constraints. Through generous donations and community support, the Fund has been a lifeline for countless families. For more information, visit HowardHannaChildrensFreeCareFund.org.

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