July 4th Celebrations

This Fourth of July our Residents gathered in the front parking lot for a prayer service and flag raising. A patriotic sing a long followed. Residents, staff and volunteers proudly wore their red, white and blue. The day ended with a cookout in the auditorium and adjoining porch. This holiday is a favorite of many Read more…

Hot Dog Sale at Kuhn’s Market

On Saturday June 16, Sister Margaret and her volunteers were invited to sell hot dogs at the Kuhn’s Market on Banksville Road. During the sale volunteers passed out shopping lists with much needed items for our Home. Kuhn’s supplied the hot dogs & drinks and the customers responded greatly! The sale was a success and Read more…

Painting a Winter Scene

Thanks to the generosity of a group of friends calling themselves “The Need Knots” our Home received a large donation toward art supplies. Now the activities department has the ability to schedule an afternoon of painting about every month. Residents from the apartments and the nursing home are drawn to these afternoons. The final results Read more…

One Last Party Before Lent

Every year our Residents look forward to the biggest party of the year—Mardi Gras. In our Home we have not just one but two celebrations for this time before Lent. The partying begins with a Ball on Monday evening where this year’s King Ed Nemeth and Queen Betty Miller were crowned as new royalty. Students Read more…

Cruising the Three Rivers

One of Pittsburgh’s unique geographical features is the confluence of the three major rivers: Allegheny, Ohio, and Monongahela. The Gateway Clipper Fleet operates river boat cruises for tourists and locals alike to experience Pittsburgh on the water. This past August a group of 90 Residents, Sisters, volunteers and staff set sail for a luncheon cruise. Read more…

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