• Boys Soccer PINK Out: Oct. 13

    Pink Out!

    On Thursday, Oct. 13, come support the boys’ soccer teams as they play Norwin High School and bring awareness to the fight against breast cancer!

    • Boys Junior Varsity 6:15 pm
    • Boys Varsity 7:45 pm

     

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  • Register to vote: deadline is Oct. 24

    If you turn 18 on or before Election Day (Tuesday, Nov. 8), you can vote! Register online by Oct. 24:  www.pavoterservices.pa.gov
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    Who Can Register to Vote?

    You can register to vote if you’re: 

    * A United States citizen at least 30 days before the next election.
    * A resident of Pennsylvania and your election district for at least 30 days before the next election. 
    * At least 18 years of age on the day of the next election. 
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    Update My Voter Registration
    Update your voter registration if you’ve: 

    * Moved or change your address.
    * Changed your name. 
    * Changed your political party. 

    Update your registration at vote.pa.gov/register

    Learn more about updating your voter registration online, by mail, or in person

     

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  • "LEAD" Family Night Program - Oct. 12

    Judge Ron Arnoni and his business partner National Speaker and Author Mr. Brad Killmeyer share with parents and families the serious challenges that students face today and provide proactive strategies to prevent problems before they occur.

    RSVP to attend

    Topics include:

     * Social Media (Cyberbullying and Internet Safety)
     * Vaping and Substance Abuse
     * Leadership Skills and Opportunities

    Read more about the Oct. 12 event and the LEAD program

    Judge Ron Arnoni has presided on over 50,000 cases in his career and sees firsthand how young people's lives are forever impacted by their decisions, both good and bad. "LEAD" educational programs are proactive ways to teach students about current dangers and provide them with the tools, confidence and knowledge to make informed choices.

    The "LEAD" program has reached more than 100,000 students and families in the greater Pittsburgh area through school assemblies, media coverage and community events.  

    The "LEAD" Family night is a way for parents to educate themselves on these current alarming trends and learn how they can protect their children.

    If you have questions, want to bring the "LEAD" program to your school or wish to learn about how to support "LEAD" contact Mr. Brad Killmeyer by email at Brad@OurLeadFamily.com

    RSVP to attend

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  • Carnegie Library: FREE Teen Membership

    Teen Memberships are a free pass to exploration and discovery and are available to all teens 13–18 years of age. From youth artmaking to teen science challenges, the four Carnegie Museums provide so many creative ways for teens to connect with each other and their world—and, most importantly, to find their own voice.

    Teen members enjoy:

    * FREE general admission to Carnegie Museum of Art, Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Carnegie Science Center, and The Andy Warhol Museum

    * Invitations to events and programming designed just for teen members

    * FREE reciprocal admission at 300+ ASTC museums and science centers

    * Discounts on classes, camps, educational films at the Rangos Giant Cinema, laser shows, lectures, and special events

    * A 10% discount in museum stores and cafes (20% store discount during Member Shopping Days)

    Click here to learn more

     

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  • Pa. American Water: Quick Guide to Determine Your Service Line Material

    If your home was built before 1930, you are more likely to have lead pipes on your property. If your home was built before 1986, you are more likely to have lead-soldered joints. Here’s a quick guide to help you determine your service line material.

    QUESTIONS? Contact our Customer Service Center at 1-800-565-7292 Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

     

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  • Pennsylvania's Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP)

    CHIP is short for the Children's Health Insurance Program - Pennsylvania's program to provide health insurance to uninsured children and teens who are not eligible for or enrolled in Medical Assistance. Nine out of 10 CHIP parents report satisfaction with their child’s health plan, and 96% received an appointment for check-ups and vaccinations as soon as they wanted.

    There are a lot of reasons kids might not have health insurance - maybe their parents lost a job, don't have health insurance at work or maybe it just costs too much. Whatever the reason, CHIP may be able to help. All families need to do is apply today.

     

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  • Comcast offers Internet access to low-income families for $9.95/month

    Internet Essentials from Comcast offers low-cost Internet service, discounted computer equipment and free digital literacy training to families with at least one child eligible to participate in the National School Lunch Program. 

    Internet Essentials Includes:

    * 10 Mbps Internet service for just $9.95 a month + tax
    * No activation fees and no equipment rental fees
    * Option to purchase a computer for just $149.99 + tax
    * Access to free Internet training online, in print and in person
    * A wireless gateway, delivering in-home WiFi at no additional cost

    For additional information about Internet Essentials, including program eligibility criteria, please visit www.internetessentials.com.

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