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Monongahela Valley Hospital Lights Up for the ... -- "On Monday, November 20, Monongahela Valley Hospital (MVH) flipped the switch on ..." -- 30 November 2017
Monessen Community Thanksgiving Day Dinner ... -- "By Jill Runfola Thanksgiving Day is a time to spend with those you care for ..." -- 30 November 2017
Charleroi Area Historical Society’s Holiday ... -- "The members and guests who attended the annual holiday luncheon held on ..." -- 30 November 2017
Crowds Come Out to Celebrate Monongahela Light-Up ... -- "By Julie Kooser On Friday, November 17, Santa made a special visit to ..." -- 30 November 2017
Warrior 5K Run, Walk and Breakfast -- "The second annual Warrior 5K Run/Walk/Breakfast was held on Saturday November ..." -- 30 November 2017
Live Nativity in Bethel Park Seeking Volunteers -- "Community of Christ, 3472 South Park Rd., Bethel Park is having a FREE ..." -- 29 November 2017
Family Hospice Holiday Dove Campaign Allows ... -- "For the past 16 years, Family Hospice and Palliative Care has been honored to ..." -- 29 November 2017
Elizabeth Forward Middle School and Community ... -- "By Alice Harris The Elizabeth Forward Middle School and Elizabeth community ..." -- 29 November 2017
Light-Up Night at North Belle Vernon Community ... -- "By Jill Runfola Even the rainy day, which coincidentally stopped at the time ..." -- 29 November 2017
Community Foundation Announces $1 Million Grants ... -- "The Washington County Community Foundation (WCCF) is pleased to announce the ..." -- 29 November 2017

Local People

The Charthene Club met at Armando’s Restaurant on November 2, 2017. President Barbara Pepper opened the dinner meeting and welcomed members and guests.


For our “acts of kindness” in November, the club presented veteran Barry Brinker with tray of cookies, which he will take to the American Legion. On Saturday November 25, members will be handing out treats to the children after they have has a visit with Santa.

Youth and Education Chairperson Mareen Lindsay announced that Emily La Carte has been chosen as the November Girl of the Month. Emily is a senior at Charleroi Area High School, where she is a highest honor student and has been inducted into the NHS. She serves as vice president of the Class Executive Club and is the school board student representative for Student Council. She is involved in SADD, peer jury, Foreign Language Club, Symphonic Band, and is drumline captain for the marching band. She was chosen for the 2017 Homecoming Court and was the February Rotary Student of the Month.

Emily is very involved in the community. She has volunteered at blood drives, cleanup days, Relay for Life, the American Heart Walk, coat drives, toy drives, Day of Hope, and the Joe Perotta Pinto Tournament, and she has served as a ski coach for Special Olympics.
She plans to attend Penn State University to major in business and aspires to be a member of Penn State University Blue Band. Emily is employed by Model Cleaners of Charleroi.
Mareen Lindsay announced that Sierra Short has been selected as the December Girl of the Month. Sierra is a senior at Charleroi Area High School and has been inducted into the NHS. She serves as president of the senior class, participates in the peer jury, Class Executive Club, Interact Club,
REACH gifted program, SADD, varsity basketball, track, and volleyball.

Sierra is also very involved in the community. She has volunteered with Charleroi Area Reading Camp, Humane Society Food Drive, Joe Perotta Memorial Foundation, and Relay for Life and is a peer tutor.

She plans to attend Seton Hill University to become a physician assistant.






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