By: Paula Green Emily Skopov’s “No Crayon Left Behind” nonprofit has been a colorful asset to the community, both locally and abroad. It all began five years ago, when Skopov was celebrating her son’s 7th birthday at the Red Robin restaurant in Cranberry Twp. He didn’t use the complimentary crayons. Out of curiosity, […]
Nestled in the woods on Route 19 just north of Zelienople, the Log Cabin Inn has been serving classic American cuisine in an intimate, casual atmosphere for twenty-five years.
The Emmaus Community of Pittsburgh (Emmaus), a South Side based non-profit that provides permanent homes and other non-residential supports for individuals with intellectual disabilities, has special group of students volunteers from the North Hills area called “The Friends of Emmaus”. The group consists of students from Vincentian Academy and North Allegheny Schools. “The Friends of […]
By Joella Baker My summer camps have been very busy. Serving nearly 250 kids this summer, I have a great opportunity to talk to the kids about what they eat and when they eat. In fact, I went as far as to bring a nutritionist in to several of my camps to discuss nutrition and […]