The Moon Township neighborhood will host its annual Christmas season light-up night on Sunday.
- THE NEIGHBORHOOD FILES
- Jenna Staul
Friday, December 14, 2012
Moon Township's Woodland Ridge neighborhood will host its annual Christmas season light-up night at 7 p.m. Sunday. The event, now in its 23rd year, features Christmas displays on more than 100 homes in the housing plan, located off Thorn Run Road. The community is invited to tour the neighborhood during the evening. Click here for photos from last year's event and visit Robinson-Moon Patch on Monday for a glimpse of this year's light-up night.
More than 100 local families attended the annual event, which is made possible through community donations.
- VOLUNTEERS IN THE NEWS
- Jenna Staul
Wednesday, December 5, 2012
Moon residents Nita Neugebauer and Jan Wertz got the idea one Christmas season, as volunteers for the West Hills Food Pantry. "It was probably 22 years ago now," Neugebauer said. "Some students from Carnegie Mellon brought over a box with some books and toys, just small used toys. And, boy, has it grown since then." The West Hills Food Pantry on Tuesday held its annual Christmas shop at Sharon Community Presbyterian Church. The event, spearheaded by pantry volunteers, served more than 140 families from the Moon and Coraopolis area. Families trickled in throughout the morning, sifting through tables of board games, housewares and gently used clothing. The pantry offers the gifts for free to eligible families in need in the community every…