- Township Of Upper St Clair
- Community Service Projects Galore on MLK Day
- Participants Brave Weather During Winter Wellness Dash
- State Representative Presents Check to Upper St. Clair
- Newly and Re-Elected Commissioners Sworn In
- Columbia Gas Pipeline Project Set to Begin in January
- Commissioner Seitanakis Recognized For Service
- Community and Recreation Center Kicks Off Holiday Season
- Upper St. Clair to Again Host All-Star Weekend
- 2020 Budget Passed With No Tax Increase
- Upper St. Clair Recognizes Girls Golf Team
While many folks had the day off, a group of 100 volunteers made MLK Day a day on!
The annual MLK Day of Service took place at the Community & Recreation Center. Volunteers took turns performing a variety of community service projects, including the making of cookies for the unsheltered and disadvantaged; snuffle mats and toys for dogs, cats, and bunnies at rescue agencies; blankets for head start programs; T-shirt bags for food pantries; cards for VA Oakland patients and senior citizens; treat bags for VA Oakland patients; and valentines for senior citizens.
A big thank you for everyone involved. It's work and dedication like your's that makes our Pittsburgh community so great!
The annual one-mile race was held on Saturday, Jan. 18 at the Community & Recreation Center. Runners of all ages and abilities ran through a very cold rain. A special congratulations to the first place finisher, Heath Piper, who finished the mile in five minutes, 37 seconds.
On Saturday, the Community & Recreation Center made spirits bright with its annual Holidays at the C&RC event.
Attendees enjoyed live holiday music, crafts, hot chocolate, cookies and a visit from Santa Claus. Jolly Old Saint Nicholas arrived in grand fashion -- on top of an Upper St. Clair Volunteer Fire Department fire truck!
Bado's Pizza Grill was also on hand selling sandwiches, pasta and soup.
Thank you to all the attendees, performers, volunteers and staff for making the event fun for everyone!
The Miracle League of the South Hills, located in Upper St. Clair, has been chosen for the second year in a row to host the 2020 Pirates Charities All-Star Weekend.
In addition, Pirates Charities awarded the Miracle League of the South Hills the “We Believe” Honoree, which is given to the Pirates Charities beneficiary of the year.
"It's an unbelievable honor to receive this award. The Pittsburgh Pirates organization is second to none when it comes to giving back to their community. This award is a reflection of our awesome players, buddies, volunteers, and their families that truly make the Miracle League of the South Hills and amazing place," said Tim Gebhart, Executive Director of the Miracle League of the South Hills.
"We are humbled and honored to get this award. The Pirates Organization has been so amazing to us since the beginning. Thank you Patty Salerno and your team for being a huge reason why the Miracle League of the South Hills exists in my hometown,” said Sean Casey, co-founder and President of the Miracle League of the South Hills and Upper St. Clair resident.
The 2020 Pirates Charities All-Star Weekend is expected to take place in August.
“The positive impact and joy the Miracle League of the South Hills brings to our community is simply wonderful. We are proud to help the organization again prepare and host the Pirates Charities All-Star Weekend,” said Matthew R. Serakowski, Township Manager of Upper St. Clair.
The Miracle League of the South Hills is located at 1551 Mayview Road, Upper St. Clair, PA 15241. The League provides children and adults of all abilities the chance to play baseball. For more information, visit https://www.
Residents from all over the South Hills gathered to enjoy fall-themed activities. There were hayrides, apple slingshots, s'mores making, corn pit, petting zoo, crafts and much more. Many attendees enjoyed the live entertainment while eating their lunches purchased from the food trucks.
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The sun shone brightly on the participants the morning of Saturday, October 19, 2019 at Boyce Mayview Park. Athletes of all ages ran or walked two miles while be doused in vibrant color. Fun was had by all. Thanks to all the participants and organizers!
The Fitness team at the Community & Recreation Center at Boyce Mayview Park (C&RC) is offering a new service this fall 2019 – health coaching!
Whether your goal is to lose weight, increase energy, or improve on nutrition, a health coach at the C&RC will take time to listen to your concerns and guide you toward reaching your goals.
“We will provide support and inspiration to make positive and lasting changes to your mental, physical, and emotional well-being. No matter what condition or ailments you may have, a health coach can help you achieve a thriving life,” said Maura Trombetta, fitness coordinator.
In addition, working with a Health Coach will help you learn how to develop self-efficacy and resilience to gain strength and knowledge on personal setbacks.
Health coaching differs from personal training. Rather than designing a safe, effective fitness program, a health coach focuses on helping clients with behavior change, increasing activity, developing healthy eating practices, and lifestyle behaviors. If your health coach determines a need for personal training a 10% off discount will apply to the New Client Special only.
Health coaching services include:
-Readiness for lifestyle change assessment
-Weekly meetings and daily check-ins
-Managing obstacles to change and how to overcome them
-Nutrition and exercise log review
Not sure if you are ready to commit? Meet with a health coach for a complimentary readiness assessment. It takes just 30 minutes. Contact:
Maura Trombetta, BS, ACSM EP-C, Fitness Coordinator
412-221-1099 est. 623