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Scottdale offering free parking during holiday season

Tribune-Review
| Thursday, December 19, 2002 12:00 a.m

Just a friendly reminder – there is free parking in the borough until Christmas, Dec. 25. So happy shopping to everyone. If you are looking for a place to put the money you would have “fed” the meter, there is always the Salvation Army kettle.

Please find the time to view the performance of “Why the Chimes Rang” at 7:30 p.m. Saturday and 3:30 p.m. Sunday at the Scottdale Showtime Theatre, 111 Pittsburgh St. For ticket information, call 724-887-0887.

I have a great idea for you. The Scottdale Community Pool has compiled a “Wish List.” All it takes is a call to the aquatic director, Carol McCovich at 724-887-0667 and a copy of the list can be mailed or faxed to you. The range of gifts goes from infant life jacket to a wet ball goal.

A big thanks to everyone who came to see “Christmas Potpourri” Dec. 14 at Morning Star Baptist Church in Scottdale. Denise Ulery, we say an addition thanks for your foresight in bringing the Dry Bones Production to perform in the church.

Your donation of blood to the American Red Cross is most needed anytime of the year, especially when everyone is searching for the perfect gift. Watch for future blood drives and plan to give the gift of life.

Chaintown Road in Scottdale has a horse ranch and the Blazing Saddle 4-H Club has much to offer horse enthusiasts. Call 724-887-7200 for more information.

You took the time to put up all those fabulous Christmas decorations on your outside, door, yard, etc. Enter your artistic work in the New Chamber of Commerce Lighting Contest. Register by calling 724-887-5700.

Congratulations to the 2003 Southmoreland School Board President Alvin Stoker and Vice President Darl Lochinger. Much success in your new positions. A great big thank you goes to Levi Miller, past president, for all the time and effort you put forth in that position.

Attend the craft show to be held Saturday and Sunday at Mark’s Sandwich Shop in Everson. While you are there, try one of the shop’s delicious sandwich. This is the new eating place, across the big bridge.

Four Points Sheraton, Greensburg, has Christmas Trees on parade. For more information, call 724-837-1500. Greensburg is the place to see a train and toy, really old ones, exhibition. Viewing week is Wednesday through Sunday.

Mike Russin received the appointment to the Westmoreland-Fayette Municipal Sewage Authority. Good luck in your new volunteer position.

We are celebrating Christmas on Wednesday. I hope the “Reason for the Season” has been kept foremost in your mind. Sometimes the dollar sign representing all the money spent to make someone happy is not the only gift you can give. A greeting and a sweet smile is a wonderful gift to someone who lives alone. It is equal to the most costly gift you purchased with your credit card. Take a bit of your time, sit down, drink a cup of your favorite beverage and mediate on this year’s blessing.

I wish a very merry, merry Christmas to all my lovely readers. God bless you one and all.

Walker is a Scottdale resident.

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