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Plum Proud Day set for borough founding anniversary

Michael DiVittorio
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Plum School District cheerleaders ready to show Plum pride and raise money for Reach Out Club. Submitted by Plum School District

Plum High School cheerleaders are ready to show school spirit and raise money for a charitable student club.

The annual Plum Proud Day at 900 Elicker Road is set for Dec. 18, the anniversary of the founding of the community.

Plum was originally founded as a township in 1788 and was one of the first seven in Allegheny County. It was recognized as a borough in 1956.

“We are asking everyone to come together and show how proud they are to be a part of the Plum community by wearing purple and gold,” varsity cheerleading coach Amanda Anderson said.

Shirts will be on sale for $10 in various sizes from youth small all the way up to adult extra large. They cost $12 for 2XL and 3XL.

Orders are due by Nov. 24. Shirts can be picked up Dec. 9-10.

Questions about the effort can be emailed to [email protected]

More information’s posted on the district’s website under the Community News tab of the communication’s department.

A portion of the proceeds go toward Oblock Junior High School’s Reach Out Club.

The student-based community service club aids families from Plum and neighboring communities.

Reach Out also has an online campaign to help support its other projects. More information is available at gofundme.com/plum-borough-reach-out-fund.

Michael DiVittorio is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Michael at 412-871-2367, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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