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Community Spirit Evident in Labor of Cleanup Participants Print E-mail

 

The Borough wholeheartedly thanks the participants of the cleanup event described below by organizer Michelle Kirkpatrick. We appreciate the commitment of our residents to maintaining a friendly and attractive community.

 

“On November 16th, Brentwood residents and friends gathered to clean the section of Brentwood Avenue known as “The Hollow”. Organized by the Kirkpatrick Family of Shadyway Drive, the crew of 25 volunteers worked to remove 26 bags of trash, 40 bags of recyclables, 32 tires, numerous shingles, a variety of scrap metal and more! Some of our favorite items include bicycles, a snowboard, scooters, an air conditioner, a boiler vessel, a wheelbarrow, half of a swing set, and an above ground pool liner. Many thanks to Giant Eagle, Dollar Tree, and Allegheny CleanWays for their contributions, to the Borough for disposing of the cleared debris, and to all the neighbors who were willing to get dirty for a good cause!”

 

The Crew

The cleanup crew.

An assortment of collected rubbish

A portion of the cleared debris.

Last Updated on Friday, 02 May 2014 18:14
 
Government, Nonprofit Programs Help Residents Stay Warm Print E-mail

 

Low income families can receive a helping hand to keep the heat running this winter season. Households earning less than 150% of the federal poverty line, which is set at $17,505 for individuals and $35,775 for families of four, may be eligible to obtain direct cash grants paid to their heating utility company through the Low Income Energy Assistance Program. To apply, residents must provide social security information and proof of income.  For more information, call 866-857-7095 or visit the "Compass" web portal. Families who are denied or do not quality for government funding may be eligible to receive similar aid from the Dollar Energy Fund. Application criteria can be obtained online here.

Last Updated on Friday, 21 November 2014 15:05
 
"Turkey Bingo" Benefits the Less Fortunate Print E-mail

 

Gobble, gobble! On November 24th, St. Sylvester's Catholic School will be holding an exciting game of "Turkey Bingo." Participants will have the opportunity to receive cash prizes, and one lucky player will take home $500. A portion of the proceeds from this event will be used to make a holiday donation to the Brentwood Food Pantry. Advanced tickets are available for $15. For more information, please call 412-882-8593 x3.

 
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