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Saturday, August 29, 2015
Passes are available for purchase at the front desk of the South Fayette Township Library.
*30% off on select regular, sale, and clearance merchandise.
*25% off on select designer apparel collections for him & her, designer handbangs, impulse, men’s shoes, Wacaol, Tumi, Wustoff, Henkels, Kate Space home and All-Clad,
*10% off on all furniture, mattresses, rugs, and electrics/electronics.
The board of the South Fayette Township Library, 515 Millers Run Road, and the Bridgeville Public Library, 505 McMillen Street, have renewed their management services agreement for the calendar year of 2015.
For the second year, the South Fayette library will provide oversight, management, accounting and coordination of support services. In return, the Bridgeville library will pay a $20,000 fee that will help fund employee programs, staff training, and a salary bonus for the director.
Bob Milacci, president of the South Fayette library board, said the libraries will focus on cross-training employees to work at both locations and will look for opportunities to share resources such as programming space.
South Fayette residents have eagerly welcomed the new Children’s Community Pediatrics/Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC facility to our community. In addition to expert pediatric and express care, this new facility offers a variety of community education classes.
The South Fayette Twp. Library is pleased to announce a partnership with the new Children’s Community Pediatrics (CCP) facility in South Fayette. We will be working together to keep South Fayette residents informed about upcoming events at both facilities.
Baby Basics is a free Children’s Community Education class that is offered to expecting parents. This class is led by Children’s Community Pediatrics (CCP) pediatrician where you will learn about routine care, breast and formula feedings, signs of sickness, what to expect in labor and delivery, and other important information. Baby Basics establishes a comfortable setting for expectant parents to get the vital information that they need.
In the future, we are planning to off Children’s Community Education classes at the library, and library programs at the CCP facility. Please click here to answer a 4 question survey to determine which CCP classes your family would be interested in attending both at the library and the new CCP facility.