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Snow is in the Forecast: Will you be a Snow Angel?
Have you seen it? Snow is in the forecast! To children (and some snow-loving adults), the chance of snow brings great delight. For others, mainly area seniors and the disabled, snow can be terrifying as they rely on meal delivery, home healthcare and other assistance so they can reman independent and residing in their home. In Service of Seniors currently has 278 seniors thoughout Allegheny County who have requested assistance with snow shoveling this winter through the Snow Angels program. Would you consider becoming a Snow Angel shoveling the snow for a senior/disabled individual this winter?
For more information, or to volunteer, visit AlleghenySnowAngels.org. If you have friends, family members, neighbors or community groups that might be interested in volunteering, please share this with them. Also, please consider posting via your personal Facebook, Twitter or Instagram account using the hashtag #PGHSnowAngels so we can continue to recruit volunteers.
The Snow Angels program is being sponsored this year by Edgar Snyder & Associates.
State Budget Impasse Enters Sixth Month - No End in Sight
If you have not already done so, raise your voice and tell Governor Wolfe and members of the State Legislature to solve the budget impasse today. Residents of Pennsylvania can send an email by going here.