Pleasant Hills Garden Club contention going to a ‘birds’ – Tribune
March 4, 2015 - garden totes
The Pleasant Hills Garden Club will accommodate Monday to hear a speak on â€œBirds and Bird Gardensâ€� by Bob Mulvihill, ornithologist with a National Aviary.
His speak starts during 12:30 p.m. in a Community Room in a Pleasant Hills Borough Building, 410 E. Bruceton Road. Nonmembers are welcome.
The Pleasant Hills Public Library is a site for AARP Tax Help Volunteers on Tuesdays, from 12:30 to 8 p.m., by Apr 7.
AARP Foundation Tax-Aide is accessible giveaway to taxpayers with low and assuage incomes. Special courtesy is given to those ages 60 and older.
Bring government-issued identification, final year’s taxation return, Social Security cards or other executive support for all dependents, checkbook or preprinted direct-deposit information, W-2s from any employer, stagnation remuneration and grant statements, and forms display seductiveness or dividends earned.
The library will have usually 1040, 1040A, 1040EZ forms for distribution. All other forms and instruction booklets can be printed from a Internet or downloaded.
Tax forms will be accessible in a run during unchanging handling hours. The library is located during 302 Old Clairton Road.
For 2015, new fees for adult teams to use a precinct round fields in Pleasant Hills are in place.
The assign will be $250 per adult team. This includes a $150 confidence deposit, that will be returned during a finish of a deteriorate if there is no repairs finished to a ball field.
Make checks payable to a Borough of Pleasant Hills and contention them to a administration dialect in a precinct building during 410 East Bruceton Road.
South Baldwin Volunteer Fire Company is bringing behind a â€œspring blingâ€� whack May 9, from 6 to 9:30 p.m., in a South Baldwin Volunteer Fire Company amicable hall, 5311 McAnnulty Road.
The eventuality will embody a buffet, drink and soothing drinks, side raffles and a Chinese auction. Each sheet includes 3 numbers to win. Prizes embody a Coach handbag, Michael Kors tote, Kate Spade watch, Kitchen Aid mixer, money and a â€œQueen for a Dayâ€� grand prize.
Tickets are $30. Only 333 tickets will be sold.
For tickets, send an email to email@example.com.
Enrollment has begun for kindergartners in a Baldwin-Whitehall School District for a 2015-16 propagandize year.
Open enrollment will be hold by Mar 31.
To register, finish online pre-registration by a online enrollment portal during bwschools.net.
Next, relatives should report an appointment online during a finish of preregistration to accommodate with a executive registrar during 4900 Curry Road anytime before Mar 31 from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. to contention a child’s immunization records; birth, baptismal or sanatorium certificate; and explanation of residency with a debt or franchise agreement and a application bill.
An appointment afterwards should be scheduled by a executive registrar for compulsory screening and other course activities during a child’s school.
Required screening dates are set for Apr 23 during McAnnulty Elementary and Apr 30 during Paynter Elementary.
For some-more information, hit 412-884-6300, ext. 7012, firstname.lastname@example.org or revisit bwschools.net.
Purse and money whack
The second annual Borough and Township Police Association â€œPurse and Cash Bashâ€� will be hold on Apr 11 during a Broughton glow hall, South Park.
Cost of a tickets are $35, with a $20 entrance for a guest.
Only 500 tickets will be sold.
Tickets embody appetizers, dinner, desserts and refreshments.
The eventuality includes Coach, Michael Kors and Brahmin bags, with a grand esteem sketch for a Louis Vuitton carryall with monogram.
Attendees contingency be 18 years old.
To sequence tickets, call Michelle Kilburn during 412-728-8484.
For some-more information, go to boroandtwp.com or a Facebook page underneath â€œBorough Township Police Association.â€�