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Rose Society to hold Spring Rose Show

| Saturday, June 15, 2002 12:00 a.m

The Pittsburgh Rose Society will hold its annual Spring Rose Show from 1 to 9 p.m. today at The Galleria in Mt. Lebanon.

Judging will take place prior to the public opening of the show, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tea roses, floribundas, miniature and old garden roses will be on display.

An artistic design arrangement class also will be featured with roses predominating, and rosarians will be available to answer any questions on rose care and cultivation.

All new members joining the Rose Society during the show will receive a new miniature rose bush. The show is free and open to the public. For more information, call (412) 486-0649 or (412) 364-3227.

  • A former Asbury Place resident and lifelong rider of Port Authority buses will be honored Friday with a PAT Bus Stop sign in her honor.

    Dorothy Haberland died last December at 86 at Asbury Place, a long-term care facility serving older adults with Alzheimer’s disease and other diseases of dementia. She was a lifelong fan of PAT buses and used them to navigate throughout the city.

    At 1:30 p.m. Friday, the official blue and white bus stop sign, reading “In memory of Dorothy Haberland,” will be unveiled at Asbury Place, along with a wooden bench donated by the Asbury Heights Auxiliary.

    Suzanne Smith, regional director of the Southwestern Regional Office of the Greater Pittsburgh Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association, a representative from the Port Authority and Haberland’s family and friends will attend the ceremony.

    Asbury Place, owned and operated by the United Methodist Services for the Aging/Asbury Heights, is located at 700 Bower Hill Road.

    South Park Township

    This Father’s Day weekend all children who ride a pony at South Park will get a free sheriff’s badge sticker and honorary junior deputy certificate, donated by the Allegheny County Sheriff’s Office.

    Hours are from noon to 5 p.m. today and Sunday, in the Corrigan Drive pony ring by the Round Barn.

    For more information, call Horses Unlimited at (412) 835-7726.

  • Children can take part in “Nature Discovery Days” on Tuesday and Thursday at the South Park Nature Center.

    The two-day program for children ages 6-12 will run from 10 a.m. to noon each day.

    Children will be able to explore forests, fields and streams and gain a better understanding of, and respect for, the natural world around them.

    Pre-registration is required. Call John Doyle, the park naturalist, at (412) 835-0143. The capacity for the program is limited.

    Upper St. Clair

    Municipal officials are looking for residents to serve on the Building and Fire Codes Appeals and Advisory Board.

    Meetings of the board are usually held on Wednesday several times a year. Officials are in particular need of those in the building trades, including architects, engineers and contractors or people with contracting experience.

    Interested applicants can fill out a form available at the municipal office on McLaughlin Run Road or online at

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