Pride of Etna

"We will act today so that in the future our community is an attractive place that is thriving and economically sound.  We envsion and Etna that is known for a good school system and cooperative government.  Our future includes a focus on safety and a respected, community-oriented police force.  We continue to address issues of flood control."

Once a month this group volunteers on the third Saturday to do a Pride of Etna Cleanup campaign.  They meet at the Municipal Building at 9:45 a.m. and spend an hour picking up litter and pulling weeds out of the curb line throughout the community!  One hour – and there’s coffee and donuts – compliments of the Mayor!!!  It is a fun way to get your Saturday morning started – with plenty of time left for your own personal needs!!  Please consider coming down some Saturday morning and giving us a hand!  The sense of pride is a good way to get your weekend going!!

The Cops VS Kids annual basketball game

The Cops VS Kids annual basketball game and Teen Day is held each year the last weekend of August! The competition is always fierce at this event pitting our youth against our police officers!! Last summer, the kids were victorious, beating the cops 48-46! Free food (courtesy of all the Etna Churches) and free swimming follow the competition. This event is sponsored by the Pride of Etna committee, the Etna Police Department and our local churches!!

The Etna Teen Advisory Board – E.T.A.B.

The Etna Teen Advisory Board – made up of volunteer youth ages 13 through 18 who meet monthly and discuss how they can partner with the community on ways to engage our youth.

The Etna Teen Advisory Board is looking for new members.  If you are age 13 through 18 and interested in joining the Teen Advisory Board, give us a call at 412-781-0569.  The Etna Teen Advisory Board provides insight to Council on issues facing the youth of our community.  They are an integral part of the annual “Etna Teen Day Celebration” planning and have initiated projects within the community.  Give us a call to learn more.

The Pride Of Etna Committee now boasts 18 members. They are:
Becca Acri*
Dave Becki
Sue Brown
Bob Casey
Meghan Curran*
Neil Curran*
Pat Laughlin
Rudy Milcic
Mary Ellen Ramage
Pete Ramage
Eve Schaffer
Bob Snyder
Faith Snyder
Shirley Voller
Tor Voller

* E.T.A.B. graduate

These are a mixture of residents, officials and business owners. Interested in participating, come to a monthly meeting. Meetings are held the second Thursday of the month and begin at 7:30 p.m. in the Municipal Building

North Hills Community Outreach

North Hills Community Outreach provides many different services to low-income individuals and families in need in northern Allegheny County. Their services include: 

Food Pantry

Budgeting Skills

Utilities and Emergencies

Ask The Attorney

WorkAble Employment Services

Education Assistance

Smart Investments for Women

Free Tax Preparation

Self-Sufficiency Program

Support Groups

Programs For Seniors

Sharing Projects

Transportation Assistance

Outside resources

 For more information, visit their website, or call 412-408-3830.

437 Butler St., Pittsburgh, PA 15223   I      (412) 781-0569

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