Everson council to meet on Monday
By The Tribune-Review
Published: Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2012, 8:54 p.m.
Everson Borough Council will meet 6:30 p.m. Monday in the borough building on Brown Street. The public is always welcome.
Scottdale Area Chamber of Commerce will hold its monthly meeting at noon Tuesday in the Scottdale Public Library on Spring Street.
On Sunday, a free luncheon will be held from 11:15 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. in St. John the Baptist social hall, Scottdale. Those planning to attend should call 724-887-9550.
The Pittsburgh Steelers will host the Baltimore Ravens 8:20 p.m. Sunday at Heinz Field.
Last chance to enjoy a dinner and see a show titled “Legally Blonde” at 7:30 p.m. tonight, Friday and Saturday and 2:30 p.m. Sunday at the Geyer Performing Arts Center. Tickets are $12. Dinner-theater option available at Miss Martha's Tea Room for $25; price includes dinner and the show. Call 724-887-6574 for more information.
The Daily Courier welcomes students weather drawings. Say how you feel about the weather in a drawing. Make sure to put your name, where you live and the school you attend, then mail or drop off at the office, 127 W. Apple St., Connellsville, Pa. 15425.
The Everson Volunteer Fire Department will sell hoagies on Pittsburgh Street, Scottdale, this weekend. Please support your local firefighters.
The Jacobs Creek Area Faith in Action needs volunteers to help senior citizens age 60 and older maintain their independence. If you can volunteer, call 724-542-4117.
The Everson Senior Citizens organization will meet at noon Wednesday at the VFW on Graff Street, Everson. If you plan to attend, call Joseph Eckman at 724-887-9745.
Next Thursday, Nov. 22, is Thanksgiving Day. It would take all of us days to state everything we are thankful for. A lot of things we take for granted, but they are blessings we received. Enjoy time with family and friends and just say thank you on Thanksgiving Day. Oh, remember to watch the football games!
A friendly reminder — The Scottdale Salvation Army has combined with Connellsville and the office is located at 300 W. Crawford Ave., West Side, Connellsville. The office number if 724-628-2010.
I attended the 15th YWBA Benefit Mass Choir on Oct. 27. This was an evening of beautiful music. Choir members were from several area churches as well as the musicians. Flutist Jennifer Monroe Crawford is from Scottdale. This yearly event is always the last Saturday in October. Members had begun in August to rehearse on Mondays. The director is Joyce Tracy Wade. Mark your 2013 calendar to attend and enjoy an evening of wonderful music.
A CD can be ordered by sending a check or money order to YWBA Christian Center, Attention: Sandra Tracy, Duck Hollow Road, Route 21 south, Uniontown, PA 15401. For more information, call Joyce Tracy Wade at 724-569-2324 or the YWBA at 724-439-5270.
Readers, don't miss out on a chance to hear great music.
Patricia Walker is a Scottdale resident.
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