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Paving to cause traffic restrictions

| Monday, August 6, 2001 12:00 a.m

The Allegheny County Department of Public Works plans to pave Millers Grove and Old Clairton Road from the intersection of Coal Valley to an area near the intersection with Picture Drive in Pleasant Hills and Jefferson Hills from today through Friday.

Traffic will be restricted to a single, alternating lane in the construction area during work hours, which will be from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Delays and changes to the schedule may be caused by weather, unknown deficiencies, traffic control or equipment problems.

Bethel Park

The Bethel Park Library will celebrate the end of its summer reading club with a picnic from 5 p.m. until dark Friday at the Bethel Park Community Center along Park Avenue.

The picnic will include food, games, balloon artists, square dancing and prizes. Cost is $1 per person.

For details, call the library at (412) 835-2207.

South Fayette schools

South Fayette High School is publishing a new alumni directory, which is being compiled and edited by Harris Directory and Data Serives of Norfolk, Va.

South Fayette alumni are asked to contact Harris and provide biographical details and current information such as address and phone number. Alumni may contact Harris by phone at 1-800-654-4548; fax at 1-800-860-9085; e-mail at; or regular mail, South Fayette Jr.-Sr. High School Alumni Directory Project, c/o Harris Graduate Connection, 6300 Center Drive, Norfolk, VA 23502.


The TC Open, a golf tournament July 7 at the Quicksilver Golf Glub, raised $11,000.

The money will be donated to the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Western Pennsylvania. More than 100 golfers, including ex-Steelers player Mike Wagner, participated in the sixth annual event.

Upper St. Clair

The South Hills Area YMCA Nursery School, 51 McMurray Road, is accepting registrations for the 2001-02 school year. Classes are available for children ages 3 to 5, and there is a discount available to students on some YMCA programs. For details, call (412) 833-5600.

Mt. Lebanon

Mushroom Family Learning Center, 1240 Washington Road, has openings in all classes for children 1 &*#189; to 6.

Classes will begin Sept. 10.

For details, call (412) 531-1225.

Jefferson Hills

The AARP 55 Alive Driver Safety Program is scheduled for 1 to 5 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday at Jefferson Hospital, Coal Valley Road.

The registration fee is $10 and a certificate is granted at the completion of the course entitling the participant to a discount in their auto insurance premium.

Information about additional classes may be obtained at 1-888-227-7669.

To register, call (412) 469-7099.


The Whitehall Public Library is offering a scavenger hunt at 10 a.m. Thursday in the children’s library, 100 Borough Park Drive.

The event is for children 8 to 12. Registration is required by calling (412) 882-6622.

All children must be accompanied by an adult.

South Hills

The class of 1936 from South Hills High School will have its 65th reunion at 1 p.m. Sept. 8 at the South Hills Country Club, 4305 Brownsville Road.

For details, call Clara Peckett Schlansky at (412) 343-1840 or Dr. Bernice Horwitz Herzog at (412) 882-5328.

South Park

Crafters are invited to reserve a table for the Nativity Church Craft Fair at the Nativity Church, 5802 Curry Road.

The event will be from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Nov. 3.

To make a reservation, call Lisa at (412) 653-6212.

is a former freelancer.

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