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July 29, 2020 Cranberry Local Sports


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Deadline arrives for SV school models

Seneca Valley School District parents must submit their students' learning model choice no later than Wednesday.

As part of the district's re-opening plan, parents may opt to have one or multiple students in their family attend school in-person, virtually or a combination of the two. Parents can make this choice by logging into the Seneca Valley Portal.

The district currently plans on in-person attendance as the default option, although Superintendent Tracy Vitale noted that this could change based on the latest information.

Sarver church hosts Aug. 27 blood drive

SARVER — Zion United Methodist Church, 438 Bear Creek Road, will host a blood drive from 1 to 7 p.m. Aug. 27.

To make an appointment, visit vitalant.org and search with group code C664 or call 412-209-7000. Appointments are recommended.

Park event canceled due to coronavirus

A presentation by Bill May on the history of Alameda Park scheduled for Aug. 13 in the park has been canceled.

May said the Butler Parks and Recreation Department canceled the program because of concerns that social distancing requirements due to the coronavirus couldn't be met at the Carousel Shelter in the Butler Township park.

May said his talks typically draw 200 to 300 people.

City limits parking for street cleaning

Parking will be restricted from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday on eight streets in Butler for street cleaning.

The streets are Ziegler, Standard, Heltie, Pleasant View, Woodland and Wilkens Avenues; Forest Avenue from West Boyd to Wallula avenues; and Eola Street.

Library plans Zoom movie night Friday

SAXONBURG — The South Butler Community Library plans to hold a kids' movie night via Zoom beginning at 7 p.m. Friday.

“Hero Elementary Superhero School” attendees earn a badge and raffle tickets in Beanstack.

Call the library at 724-352-4810 to register to attend and receive a Zoom link.

“Hero Elementary” is a school for budding superheroes where kids learn to master their innate powers, like flying and teleportation, while exploring science along the way.

Participants can wear superhero attire.

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