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In This Issue, October 2016

Oct 01, 2016 02:26PM ● By North Hills Monthly magazine
Seated l-r Jeremy Hartzell JD MBA Jeffrey V Yannuzzi CPA  Robert D Spears CPA JD top row l-r Sean Kocan CPA CFE  Richard E Spence CPA CVA CCIFP Edward J Goncz CPA Photo by Alicia Photography

HBK Cares - Oct 01, 2016 02:08PM

Pittsburgh’s HBK CPAs & Consultants fosters a culture of local service and community involvement Read More » 

 

Shady Side Academy

Future Leaders Getting Well-rounded Education through the Arts - Oct 01, 2016 02:06PM

Andy Warhol. Meryl Streep. Yo-Yo Ma. These names evoke awe and admiration. Where will the next great artist, actor or cellist come from? Read More » 

 

Chatham University Eden Hall Campus

Local Colleges Expanding in Unique Ways - Oct 01, 2016 02:07PM

News of a current decline in high school graduates and less college enrollment has been widely reported, but two local colleges are experiencing growth; both on and off-campus. Read More » 

 

Ben and Ariel Chamis

Young Musical Prodigies Share Talents with Seniors and More - Oct 01, 2016 02:09PM

If you were only listening, and not watching them perform live, you would think that you were hearing musically gifted adults who had devoted years of their lives to mastering the piano a... Read More » 

 

How is The Education Partnership Crucial to Student Success - Oct 01 2016 0209PM

How is The Education Partnership Crucial to Student Success? - Oct 01, 2016 02:09PM

It’s a sobering truth, but many children in our region, particularly those who attend schools in low-income areas, do not have access to basic school supplies. Read More » 

 

2016 Pine-Richland Field Hockey seniors

They’ve Got Spirit, Yes They Do! Boosters Provide Ongoing Support to Students - Oct 01, 2016 02:06PM

Booster clubs—especially at the college level—sometimes get a bad rap. Read More » 

 

Photos courtesy of Tom Miller Photography

Kids with Special Needs Find Confidence with Steel City Icebergs - Oct 01, 2016 02:10PM

Sports have the unique ability to provide an experience that serves real life while rewarding drive, teamwork and heart, as well as allowing players to define success at an individual level. Read More » 

 

Ghosts Nat TJ Porfeli and Brett McGinnis

Ghost Hunters Get a Chance to Visit Pittsburgh Haunts - Oct 01, 2016 02:08PM

Even though she considers herself a total skeptic, Heather Curtis jumped at the chance to try a real-life ghost hunt. Read More » 

 

Olive Tap

Flavor of Pittsburgh Food Tour a Tasty Treat - Oct 01, 2016 02:08PM

This was my first reporting assignment to require a uniform of loose-fitting clothing and a scheduled nap time afterward. Read More » 

 

Knead Community Cafe volunteers

First Western PA Pay-What-You-Can Cafe to Open in New Kensington - Oct 01, 2016 02:09PM

Knead Community Cafe founders Kevin and Mary Bode think combining fresh, locally sourced ingredients with a sense of community will serve as a recipe for success. Read More » 

 

Get Out Your Pink Ribbon October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month - Oct 01 2016 0206PM

Get Out Your Pink Ribbon: October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month - Oct 01, 2016 02:06PM

October marks the beginning of Breast Cancer Awareness month, an annual campaign that aims to increase knowledge and awareness of the disease. Read More » 

 

Churchview Farm

Local Chefs Team with Churchview for Farm-Fresh Experience - Oct 01, 2016 02:06PM

Date nights, or typical evenings out with friends, often include dinner and a movie. Read More » 

 

Lets Fix America Dolly for President - Oct 01 2016 0208PM

Let’s “Fix” America: Dolly for President - Oct 01, 2016 02:08PM

Dolly is shy, startled by loud noises, practically toothless, and full of cat attitude. Read More » 

 

The Boal Mansion

Columbus Chapel and Boal Mansion Showcase a World of History - Oct 01, 2016 02:10PM

On a lightly forested lot in Boalsburg, PA, sits a chapel made of stone. Read More » 

 

 

North Hills Monthly Magazine - October 2016