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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It’s apparent that during hard times, the Pittsburgh region always comes together to help one another.
During Saturday’s drive-up distribution at the South Hills Village Mall in Bethel Park, the Greater Pittsburgh Food Bank passed one million pounds of food given away since March 15 -- when the organization began responding to the coronavirus pandemic.
According to a release, the food bank distributed about 2,900 boxes of food (72,000 pounds) to 963 vehicles on Saturday, and more than 20,000 vehicles have been served during the 21 drive-up events so far.
The food bank has multiple distributions planned for next week:
- May 19, 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. -- Big Butler Fairgrounds; 1127 New Castle Road
- May 20, 1 p.m. - 3 p.m. -- Pittsburgh International Airport
- May 22, 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. -- PPG Paints Arena
The Norvelt Volunteer Fire Department and Ladies Auxiliary is holding a drive-thru only fish fry. You’ll only be able to use cash. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Westmoreland County Food Bank.
The West Homestead Fire Department joined the Munhall Fire Department and family and friends to hold a birthday celebration for Lilly Guciardo.
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