Here are positive things happening within our community (5/2/20)

Here are positive things happening within our community (5/2/20)
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PITTSBURGH — We know that the coronavirus pandemic is an overwhelming and stressful time for everybody, so we’re going to put together some positive things that are happening within our community to help those in need.

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Boogie with a virtual dance party

The Washington County Food Bank is inviting people to cut a rug with their Virtual Dance Party!

💃🕺Virtual Dance Party is live! Spinning from 8PM-10PM today, and another set tomorrow from 8PM-10PM. Tune into...

Posted by Greater Washington County Food Bank on Friday, May 1, 2020

South Pittsburgh Catholic group distributing meals, school supply kits

The Catholic Community of South Pittsburgh is planning to hand out 1,200 meals and 400 school supply kits to people in need in the area.

South Pittsburgh Catholics to Distribute More Than 1,000 Meals

This Sunday, volunteers through the Catholic Community of South Pittsburgh (CCSP) will be distributing 1,200 meals as well as school supplies. Fr. Stephen Kresak, pastor/administrator of CCSP, gives details on how you can participate, and how this work spreads the love and comfort of Jesus during this challenging time. Jennifer Antkowiak shares this Story of Faith here: https://tinyurl.com/ybjno658.

Posted by Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh on Friday, May 1, 2020

Serra Catholic High School teachers deliver signs for seniors

Teachers from Serra Catholic High School delivered yard signs to all 78 graduating seniors!

Serra Catholic High School teachers salute seniors!

Teachers from Serra Catholic High School saluted seniors today! They delivered personalized yard signs to all 78 graduating seniors, including Rebecca Sullivan of North Versailles. "I was really surprised," she said. "It's been hard staying at home, thinking about all the memories we can't make, but we've been trying to make the best of the situation."

Posted by Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh on Friday, May 1, 2020

Bruegger’s Bagels wants to celebrate heroes

Teachers, hospital workers, even moms: those all people Bruegger’s Bagels wants to help honor.

Teacher Appreciation Week. Whether it is a parent or teacher from school via Zoom educators are working harder than ever. Bruegger’s is offering 20% off all gift card purchases next week (5/4-5/10) in honor of Teacher Appreciation Week.

Hospital Heroes. Gift a breakfast to our hospital heroes and Bruegger’s will take care of the delivery to a local hospital. Simply email cateringsupport@bagelbrands.com and include your name, city and phone number.

Momumental May. Moms across the nation have been wearing more hats than ever during the shutdown – not just the huge job of mom, but also teacher, activities director, entertainer and short order cook, just to name a few. That’s why Bruegger’s Bagels is extending Mother’s Day to celebrate moms May 8-31 for ‘Momumental May.”

Treat Mom to breakfast in bed with a Hot & Ready Brunch Box, which includes six bagels, one tub of 100% made-in-Vermont cream cheese, three egg sandwiches (one Farmhouse and two Bacon and Cheddar), four blueberry muffins and four twice-baked hash browns for just $29.99.

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