The Sainte-Agnès church will organize an exhibition of crafts and vendors
A holiday crafts and vendor exhibit will be held from 10 am to 2 pm on October 2 at Mack Hall in St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish, 200 Leger Road, North Huntingdon.
There will be around 40 tables of artisans and vendors from the region. There will be auction baskets, a raffle and a concession stand.
Free entry. Proceeds from this event benefit the church’s senior youth ministry. For more information, call 724-864-6364.
Norwin Library hosts book sale
Friends of Norwin’s Public Library at 100 Caruthers Lane, Irwin, will be holding a ‘Buy the Bag’ used book sale October 13-16 during regular library hours.
Book lovers can buy a brown grocery bag at the door for $ 5 and fill it with books.
All proceeds will go to the Norwin Public Library.
Masks are mandatory for sale and there may be time limits for navigation.
For more information, call 724-863-4700.
Stewartsville Lions to Sell BBQ Chicken
The Stewartsville Lions Club will be holding their end of season barbecue chicken sale on September 26 at Holiday Travel, across from Norwin Towne Square, along Route 30, North Huntingdon.
The sale begins at 11 a.m. and will continue until sold out. Meals cost $ 8 and consist of half a chicken, applesauce, bun, dessert, and drink.
Customers are requested to remain in their vehicle for ordering and curbside delivery.
For more information, call 724-289-8807 or 412-751-4308.
Sheetz sells $ 3.74 million lottery ticket
A $ 3.74 million Match 6 Lotto jackpot ticket was sold on September 12 at a Sheetz store in North Huntingdon, state lottery officials said.
The ticket was purchased at the convenience store on Ronda Court near the Walmart along Route 30.
The ticket matched the six winning numbers, 22-28-36-37-46-49. The store owner earns a bonus of $ 10,000 for the sale of the winning ticket.
Anyone with the jackpot ticket must sign it, call the lottery officials at 1-800-692-7481 or visit palottery.com to find out how to claim the prize.
Come, talk to organize creative writing classes
Irwin’s Come, Talk Inc., an initiative dedicated to improving mental health and suicide prevention, will host creative writing classes on the first and third Tuesday of the month from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. in its offices inside the Norwin Chamber of Commerce, 321 Main Street, Irwin.
Classes are open to teenagers and adults. Drinks and afternoon tea will be offered. Bring a journal or notebook and a pen or pencil. Please confirm your attendance the day before the course. Walk-ins are welcome if space is available.
RSVPs can be sent to Amanda at [email protected]
Man inducted into Martial Arts Hall of Fame
John Morgart Jr. of North Huntingdon, 4th degree black belt (master) and founder of Wei Son Do Martial Arts, recently received an award for “Founder of the Year” and was inducted into the International Hall of Fame. Martial Arts.
Morgart has studied different styles of martial arts including Tang Soo Do, Tae Kwon Do, Judo, Jujitsu, Hapkido, Kickboxing, Krav Maga and Chun Kuk Do / The United Fighting Arts Federation under the guidance and guidance of Grandmaster Chuck Norris and The United Fighting Federation of the Arts.