Daily Archive: July 11, 2012


Old school

I feel like reminiscing on this night, boys and girls. First I want to hit the rewind button to transport us back to the land of the late legendary Pirates broadcaster Bob “The Gunner” Prince, but before we put the cart before the donkey, I have a bottle of crow feather removal solvent for anyone who needs it in regards to the “new found” success of the Pittsburgh Pirates. There are truly a few “bugs loose on the rug” as the “Gunner” would proclaim in his gravely sometimes “Jack Daniels” laced voice.


Tabernacle Baptist Pre-Women’s Day Bazaar

by Joby BrownFor New Pittsburgh Courier BEAVER COUNTY—The first bazaar at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Beaver Falls, June 16, treated visitors from many area communities to a beautiful, sun drenched day of food, activities and fellowship. TABERNACLE BOOTH—Beverly Broadie, Rosetta Slappy and Esther Tillman serve hot dogs, sausages and beverages. (Photos by Joby Brown)


Mother & Sons Day At Macy’s

Macy’s downtown Pittsburgh, along with Alle­gheny Family Network, sponsored a Mother and Sons Luncheon Day. In the festive auditorium on the 11th floor of Macy’s. One-hundred and fifty families from the greater Pittsburgh area, gathered to celebrate the day. Exquisite pastries on decorative tables prepared by Macy’s Chief Norm, along with a heart healthy lunch, was the menu of the event. SHELLY THOMPSON WITH SON, DARRIS


Church Circuit

Revival in the Park JULY 12—The Beltzhoover Civic Association will host their 2nd Annual Community Revival in the Park at 6:30 p.m. at McKinley Park,…