Chinese New Year

The auditorium was decorated in red and gold with an Asian flare. Excited Residents, Sisters, volunteers and employees tried to find an open seat. It was the seventh year that our Home celebrated Chinese New Year with an authentic home cooked Chinese meal. This tradition began when collecting Sister Margaret Mary first arrived in 2010. Read more…

Soup du Jour

Nothing beats the winter blues more than enjoying a nice warm bowl of soup on a frosty January day. The Residents of the Home did just that by not only enjoying delicious soup but first making it from scratch. The broth was pre-made by a volunteer Tom Ranallo who loves to cook special treats for Read more…

All Aboard!

Thanks to a special benefactor, on September 1 the Little Sisters chartered a boat from the Gateway Clipper Fleet. Over 80 people including Residents, Sisters, and volunteers boarded the luncheon cruise that sailed up and down the three rivers of Pittsburgh. After everyone was served lunch, the buffet was dismantled and the dance floor opened Read more…

Ameriserv sponsors the Little Sisters

On Thursday September 29, Mitch Edwards from Ameriserv Financial accompanied George Clinard from the Senior Housing Crime Prevention Foundation to the Little Sisters. They were here to present Mother Judith and representatives from the Home with a Wishes Come True check and a plaque signifying the Sisters’ induction as a member organization of the Foundation. Read more…

Grit. Guts. Glory. Art on Display

Cohen & Grigsby law offices in downtown Pittsburgh recently installed a new exhibit of art throughout their offices. The art was loaned to them by Mr. Art Rooney Jr. and was his personal collection of Steelers artwork that he commissioned throughout the 80 plus years his family has owned the team. At Mr. Rooney’s suggestion, Read more…

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