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Infrared Sauna done in the Revitalize style
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January 20, 2020
When you are Revitalize Pain & Stress Relief Centre and you have a calming, relaxing Himalayan Salt Room, the area’s largest Flotation Device and the region’s only FDA-cleared LightStim Full Body Infrared Bed, what is there left to do? Naturally, you add a Sunlighten Signature IV Deluxe Infrared Sauna. Housed in a private room, this […]

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Improving Trauma Diagnoses and Treatment: New Models for Examining Cultural, Recovery, and Spiritual Context for Clinical Settings
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January 17, 2020
Treating trauma requires an understanding of the patient’s social context in the past, present, and future, and can be overwhelming for both patient and clinician. New assessment developments can clarify the effects of the patient’s cultural and spiritual background on their trauma experience and residual symptoms. Stephen Carroll, Ph.D., LCPC will discuss the implications of […]

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Baden church hosts Prayers for Healing
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January 17, 2020
Prayers for Healing welcomes people from all faith traditions to lift up communal and individual needs each month on the first Monday at 7 p.m. at St. Joseph Spirituality Center in Baden. Programs center a unique theme and include sung psalms, Sacred Scripture, silent meditation, prayers for petition, and a spoken reflection. Feb. 3 (Loving […]

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Remember Breakfast Cheer Coffee playing cards?
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January 16, 2020
Longtime area residents might not only recall the aroma of freshly ground coffee wafting from Leetsdale’s Breakfast Cheer Coffee plant, but also the company’s distinctive blue and red playing cards. Tucked into each coffee can was a coupon that could be redeemed for a deck of cards. Twenty coupons and 10 cents for postage would […]

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Master naturalist program runs in two Western Pennsylvania counties
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January 16, 2020
Allegheny Land Trust (ALT) is hosting two cohorts of the Pennsylvania Master Naturalist program in Spring 2020 in Washington and Allegheny counties. A Pennsylvania Master Naturalist is an individual with a passion for the natural world who participates in an intensive training program and uses his or her knowledge by giving back to the community […]

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Sewickley Academy ends the decade with nearly $600K gift for scholarships
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January 8, 2020
As the last decade drew to a close, Sewickley Academy received a planned gift of $598,894.74 for student scholarships from the estate settlement of Ms. Henriette E. Rougraff ’45. Henriette, who was affectionately known as Fifi and a lifelong resident of Sewickley, passed away on Tuesday, October 2, 2018, at the age of 88. She […]

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Big Sewickley Creek Volunteer Fire Department offers free car seat checks
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December 16, 2019
Big Sewickley Creek Volunteer Fire Department offers free car seat checks to residents in surrounding communities. Big Sewickley Creek is a licensed emergency medical service (EMS) agency as a quick response service (QRS) which serves Leet Township and Bell Acres working closely with Valley Ambulance Authority and other services.   Appointments can be made via […]

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Lecture: Distaff Civil Warriors with Jim Knights
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December 15, 2019
What: The Western PA Civil War Roundtable Monthly meeting Date: Dec. 18 Time: 7:30 p.m. – 9 p.m. Where: Edgeworth Elementary School (200 Meadow Ln, Edgeworth, PA 15143) Title: Lecture: Distaff Civil Warriors with Jim Knights During the Civil War, as many as 550 (or more) women disguised themselves as men so they could shoulder a […]

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Searching for Camp Umbstaetter scouts….
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December 12, 2019
If you or a family member spent time at Boy Scout Camp Umbstaetter, Bell Acres Borough would like to hear from you. Between 1924 & 1949, scouts from across the state spent summers at the 105-acre camp on Turkey Foot Road that is now part of the Bell Acres Nature Park. One of the camp’s […]

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Fairmount to celebrate 200 years of history
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December 4, 2019
In 1822, James Monroe was president of 24 states and future president Abe Lincoln was a 13-year-old Indiana schoolboy. At the same time, a small group of farm families living in the hills around Big Sewickley Creek received a charter for Franklin Park’s first organized church, Fairmount Presbyterian. During the area’s transition from 19th century […]

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