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In This Issue May 2020

Apr 30, 2020 03:52PM ● By North Hills Monthly magazine

(Seated l-r): Nicole Bell and Melanie Saflin (Standing l-r): Julie Snider, Grace Coleman and Sally Power, Photo by Dena Koenig Photography

Seated l-r Nicole Bell and Melanie Saflin Standing l-r Julie Snider Grace Coleman and Sally Power Photo by Dena Koenig Photography

Inspired Women: Paying it Forward Supports Local Community, Global Causes

During this time of crisis, it’s heartwarming to see people in the community come together to help out those in need. Read More » 

 

Nicole Bell posing for the Inspired Women Pay it Forward feature  Photography by Dena Koenig Photography

Creating a Cover—while Social Distancing

One of the keys to the success of Inspired Women: Paying it Forward is that it’s all about creating a tight-knit group of women who, through shared goals and collaboration, want to make a... Read More » 

 

Female Entrepreneurs Find Flexibility Unique Niches Lead to Success

Female Entrepreneurs Find Flexibility, Unique Niches Lead to Success

Owning your own business may sound like the great American dream, but it isn’t as easy as it seems. Read More » 

 

Confronting the Superwoman Myth a Conversation with Dr Ann Gatty

Confronting the Superwoman Myth: a Conversation with Dr. Ann Gatty

Dr. Ann Gatty has a passion for helping businesses succeed—in particular, women-owned businesses. Read More » 

 

Photos courtesy of  Maria Kretschmann

Local Farmer, Artist Starts After the Fall Cider

It is easy to say that farming is in Maria Kretschmann’s blood. She grew up on an 80-acre farm in New Sewickley Township, working on the land and going to farmers’ markets since she was a... Read More » 

 

Carnegie Science Center

Northgate School District Teacher Earns Prestigious Carnegie Science Award

The Carnegie Science Center recently named its Carnegie Science Awards program honorees. Read More » 

 

Photo courtesy  maskMakers PGH

Maker Community Pitching in to Fill COVID Needs

You have to admire the makers—those people who, when they see a problem, create a solution using their own ingenuity. Read More » 

 

hAPPy at Home The Best Apps for Surviving a Corona Quarantine

hAPPy at Home: The Best Apps for Surviving a Corona Quarantine

With people spending more time at home than usual, apps can play a vital role in keeping individuals connected and entertained. Read More » 

 

Lets Hear it for the Helpers

Let’s Hear it for the Helpers!

Every time you turn on the TV or hop on the Internet, it seems like the news is worse. Read More » 

 

Seated BethAnn Dolan Standing Ryan Scott Danielle Sutterlin and Dakota Basista

Students Create Assistive Glove to Help Hampton High School Teacher

When Hampton High School sophomores Danielle Sutterlin and Dakota Basista set out to create an assistive glove to enter in Source America. Read More » 

 

Ricardo Serrano-Perez spends time with Vincentian residents by hosting game nights cultural presentations and finger painting

Younger and Older Generations Connecting through Students in Residence Program

It is a unique program and certainly one novel to the region—college students residing with senior citizens. Read More » 

 

The Book Bag Project Encourages Love of Reading in Children

The Book Bag Project Encourages Love of Reading in Children

The statistics are well-known to educators; children who come from homes with books have a greater chance for success. Read More »