Mon Valley Happenings

Golf league resumes play

Youghiogheny Country Club Women’s Nine Hole Golf League started its season with required restrictions. The first winners are Jean Joseph for “low putts” and Pat Sheleheda is “Star of the Day.” Officers are Joseph, chairlady and ringers; Patty Decima, treasurer; Sheleheda, awards; Rose Marie Zuro, publicity; Guest Day, Ginger Spang; and  Rally Day , Carole Friend.


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Even Hole golf winner

Judi Murray is the winner of the Youghiogheny Country Club Woman’s Nine Hole Golf League's Even Hole event.


November 2, 2016

Ukrainian church to host pyrohy sale
     St. John's Ukrainian Church, 1907 Eden Park Blvd. in McKeesport, will have a pyrohy sale from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Nov. 3 and 4. Items ready-to-eat will be potato and cheese pyrohy, homemade haluski, and homemade wedding soup. Also available are frozen potato and cheese pyrohy, and potato and sauerkraut pyrohy, and potato and bacon pyrohy. For more information, call 412-678-2206.

Flea market, bake sale planned

     A flea market and bake sale is planned from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Nov. 5 at Elizabeth Baptist Church, 735 Bunola River Road in Elizabeth. Outside space rental is $10; tables are not provided. Call 412-384-6464 to reserve a space. Homemade food will be available for eat-in or takeout.

Stuffed cabbage, bake sale scheduled

​     St. Mary's Russian Orthodox Church, 330 Shaw Ave. in McKeesport, will have a stuffed cabbage and bake sale. Orders for stuffed cabbage ($1.75 each), homemade bread ($4 for plain bread, $4.50 for raisin bread), cheregie, cookies, and nut, apricot and poppyseed rolls ($10.50 per roll) must be made by Nov. 6. ; call 412-678-6393, 412-672-3444 or 412-672-0736 to place an order.

     Orders can be picked up Nov. 10.

May 29, 2020


May 27, 2020

​​Heritage Center to continue virtual Fireside Chats series

     McKeesport Regional History & Heritage Center's virtual series, "The History of Golf in Western Pennsylvania," continues tonight (May 27) at 7 p.m. Museum Manager Dave Moore will discuss two international competitions in the region - the 1975 Ryder Cup and 2002 Curtis Cup. Each event saw a regional person have a major role in the outcome of the matches. The series can be viewed live on Facebook at Fireside Chats with Dave.