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North Hills Monthly

In This Issue, February 2019

Jan 30, 2019 06:37PM ● By North Hills Monthly magazine
National Wear Red Day

American Heart Association Provides Education, Outreach to Battle Cardiovascular Disease

Cardiovascular disease is pervasive in this country: it is listed as the underlying cause of death in one out of every three deaths, and it claims more lives than cancer. Read More » 


The Pilates Centre LLC

What Type of Exercise is Best for You?

Pilates. Swimming. Boxing. Yoga. Cardio. Spinning.


Choose the Best Apps to Stay Healthy in 2019

Choose the Best Apps to Stay Healthy in 2019

Ah, New Year’s resolutions…so many good intentions, but so tough to maintain for more than a few days. Read More » 


Oxford Athletic Club

When is Exercise the Most Beneficial?

Early birds may like hitting the gym first thing in the morning, while others prefer classes or a run after work. Is one better than the other when it comes to fitness? Read More » 


Lora Venturella reads to children in North Hills Cares summer reading program

North Hills Cares Inc. Focuses on Needs of Families in Northern Communities

Lynne Sciulli, Lora Venturella and Beth McIntyre were friends who worked on school events for their children for many years. Read More » 


Kids Parents Getting Hooked on Youth Hockey

Kids, Parents Getting Hooked on Youth Hockey

“Hockey parents,” says hockey mom and team manager Shelly Rushe, “are insane.” Read More » 


Northland Public Library

Today’s Libraries about Far More than Lending Books

Libraries may be different than those of yesteryear, but they may also be more vital than ever to local communities. Read More » 


Lou Stanasolovich CFP  Founder President CEO and Chief Investment Officer

Innovative Fee-Only, Fiduciary Firm, Legend Financial Advisors, Inc.® and its National Award-Winning Advisory Team Celebrates 25 Years in Business

In 1993, when founder, Lou Stanasolovich incorporated Legend Financial Advisors, Inc.® (Legend), he did so with the idea that Legend would focus on providing objective, leading-edge finan... Read More » 


Its a Boy Or a Girl Eurasian Eagle Owl Chick Hatches at National Aviary

It’s a Boy! Or a Girl! Eurasian Eagle Owl Chick Hatches at National Aviary

On Jan. 12, a Eurasian Eagle Owl chick hatched at the National Aviary. Read More » 


Photo courtesy of This Magic Moment Bridal Studio

Personal Style the Hallmark of 2019 Wedding Fashions

A new year is upon us, and with that comes a look at what’s new in 2019 wedding trends. Read More » 


For Richer or for PoorerFinancial Planning Wise for Wedding and for Life

For Richer or for Poorer...Financial Planning Wise for Wedding and for Life

According to The Knot, in 2017, the average cost of a wedding was $32,641. Read More » 


Bottlebrush Gallery gifts

Personalization Key to Wedding Party Gifts

Giving gifts to your bridesmaids or groomsmen is a popular way to thank them for being part of your special day. Read More » 


Corn snake at Nates Reptile Rescue photo by CARMAA

Unwanted Reptiles Find Help from Local Rescues

When most people think of rescued or adoptable animals, they think about dogs and cats or even rabbits. Read More » 


Horseshoe Curve photo courtesy Explore Altoona

Horseshoe Curve Only the Start of Altoona’s Attractions

If you get a heart-shaped box of candy this year for Valentine’s Day, you can thank James A. (Pike) Gardner, who the confectionary industry credits for packaging chocolate this way. Read More »