Around Town: Bridgeville boutique opens; Kmart begins 'lease & go' program
Kizmit Boutique by Venetia has opened at 510 Station St., Bridgeville.
Owned by South Fayette Township resident Venetia Torre, the store offers a full line of fun and unique accessories, leathers, shoes, handbags and jewelry purchased in New York and not available anywhere else in the Pittsburgh area.
The former owner of Venetia's Boutique in The Galleria and Venetia's City Boutique in downtown Pittsburgh has returned after a lengthy hiatus to her passion for fashion and desire to help women update their wardrobe at an affordable price.
The store is open 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday; 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Thursday; and 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. Call 412-221-5151 for information or visit www.kismitboutique.com to check out all the items being carried for the new season.
‘Lease and Go'
Kmart, Chartiers Valley Shopping Center, Bridgeville, now has a “lease & go” program.
Any home electronic, appliance, household good, furniture, sporting good, lawn and garden item, or outdoor living item is eligible for leasing with photo ID, a minimum monthly income and a valid social security number.
The customer needs to make the first payment in the store and then set up ongoing payments. Call 855-949-6685 visit www.whynotleaseit.com/Kmart for details.
• Advance Auto Parts has opened in the same complex, 1025 Washington Pike, Bridgeville. Open 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday, the store can be reached at 412-564-0999 for further information.
• Rite Rug has opened at 1597 Washington Pike, Collier Township in Collier Town Square, offering carpets and floor coverings. Call 412-489-5079 for details.
• Office Max, Great Southern Shopping Center, Collier Township, has new business services including domain names and websites, payment processing, payroll processing, human resources recruitment, workplace solutions and on-call technical support
• Rita's Hair Connection has opened at 2630 Noblestown Road, Oakwood/Green Tree. Call 412-928-8790 for an appointment or walk in.
The Jazzercise of Scott Township Fitness Center has achieved the Premier Center designation by offering 40 or more classes per week and at least 10 instructors at this location, following the current Jazzercise-recommended pricing structure, complying with corporate accounting and marketing procedures, and accepting all visiting customers from other Jazzercise facilities without charge.
Benefits include an expanded Web page and additional marketing and customer support from Jazzercise Inc. For a complete class schedule, call 412-370-0848 or visit www.jazzercise.com.
Dormont Presbyterian Church has sold its church at 2865 Espy Ave., Dormont, to North Way Christian Community of Wexford, which will use the facility for a South Hills satellite church.
Once among the largest churches in the Pittsburgh Presbytery, Dormont currently had a little more than 100 parishioners and has now become an official Partner Congregation with Wallace Memorial Presbyterian, Green Tree. Dormont will blend its fellowship, education and mission with Wallace which was founded in 1930.
The two congregations will vote early next year whether to merge into one. The Pittsburgh Presbytery would have to approve such a merger.
Charlotte Smith is a contributing writer for Trib Total Media and can be reached at 724-693-9441 or email@example.com.
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