The Manor Group throws a Halloween party; Super Seniors to meet; planned radon workshop and more


Mansion Leisure Tip for Hosting the Halloween Party

A children’s Halloween party will be held from 6 to 7:30 p.m. on October 28 at the Manor Community Hall on Main Street.

The Manor Recreation Board is sponsoring the party and will provide refreshments, a costume contest, craft games and a disc jockey.

Costumes will be judged at 7 p.m.

Group of seniors to meet

There will be a discussion about arthritis at the Westmoreland County Super Seniors meeting at noon Nov. 1 at Community United Methodist Church, Route 130, Harrison City.

Lunch is $6 and reservations are required for first-time attendees.

To reserve, call Linda Briggs at 724-744-3993.

Harrison City Church Sponsors Bingo

Advance tickets are being sold for Super Bingo scheduled for 2 p.m. Oct. 30 at St. Barbara’s Parish, Raymaley Drive, Harrison City.

Lunch is included for admission. Doors open at 12:30 p.m.

For more information, call 724-744-4584 or 724-744-7474.

The church is handicapped accessible.

Radon monitoring workshop planned

A free Virtual Radon Monitoring Workshop via Zoom running from 6:30-8pm on October 20 will offer information on the dangers of radon, Protect PT’s radon air monitoring program, how to install monitors radon gas and how to see radon levels in your home.

Protect PT, a Harrison City-based environmental organization, will host a virtual radon monitoring workshop. Attendees will have the option of renting a radon monitor for $12 to use for 30 days to see radon levels in their home.

Community members can register for this event and rent radon monitors from Protect PT at

For more information, visit or call 724-392-7023.

Girl Scout Troop Creates Lending Library

Girl Scout Troop 52678 and Protect PT, a Harrison City environmental nonprofit, have introduced a new free book borrowing resource to the Penn-Trafford community.

Girl Scout Amelia Renwick helped create the lending library outside Protect PT’s Route 130 office in Harrison City. The project was made to earn her Girl Scout Silver Award, which is the highest recognition for achievement in Girl Scouting for girls in grades six through eight.

Residents are encouraged to donate used books and purchase new ones to expand resources within their community and home.

Joe Napsha is a staff writer for Tribune-Review. You can contact Joe by email at [email protected] or via Twitter .


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