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Armstrong In The Loop Podcast covers interesting people, places and events in Western PA. Join host Seth Prentice, as he interviews people to share their message with the community!


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Armstrong In The Loop Podcast covers interesting people, places and events in Western PA. Join host Seth Prentice, as he interviews people to share their message with the community!





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Megan Shane, The Connected Nest

This week we're excited to have back Megan Shane as she's recently started a new non-profit called The Connected Nest. The Connected Nest makes room for community support that helps to provide space for those on the journey to or through parenthood to talk about the challenges and the transitions. This way they can also celebrate the successes together. They are always here for new community partners, volunteers and participants. The path to and through parenthood doesn’t always go as expected or come with an active support system. They also know that solidarity can help challenges feel a little lighter, while celebrating successes with community brings greater joy. Our programs are designed and delivered with this in mind. Participants of their programs find greater community ties, better their mental health and increase their opportunities to feel empowered. Find out all about their 3 programs: Empowering Moms Program, Facing Fertility, and Equipping Parents. For more information: Facebook: Instagram: Special thanks to Megan Shane for joining us!


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Shanea Clancy, Clancy Consulting Services & Author of "Transforming Trauma Into Triumph"

This week's episode features one of our favorite returning guests, Shanea Clancy. Recently, Shanea has launched her Clancy Consulting Services which is offering diverse consulting services for individuals and organizations. Shanea is doing everything from public speaking to marketing services thru her website: We're excited as the same day this podcast is releasing (Wednesday, May 8th), Shanea's book is being released to the public, "Transforming Trauma Into Triumph". In this episode, we get into the book and dive into Shanea's story. This is all about her life and the journey she has been on. We don't want to give away the details in this description so make sure to listen or purchase a copy of her book: Special thanks to Shanea Clancy for joining us and having a great conversation!


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Pennsylvania State Rep. Stephenie Scialabba's Family First Initiative Event

We are very honored this week to have Pennsylvania State Representative of the 12th District, Stephenie Scialabba, as our guest to talk to us about her brand-new event that she is hosting in May. Rep. Scialabba previously hosted a Senior Expo, in 2023, that was very well attended by the public. There was an opportunity to grow the old event into something that would focus not only on Senior Citizen resources but resources for everyone, no matter the age. On Thursday, May 16th, Rep. Scialabba will be holding her 1st ever Family First Initiative Event at the Steamfitters Event Center in Harmony, PA. This is a free event and will host over 100 interactive tables, resources and special sessions. The event will run from 10am-6pm and there is plenty of parking at the facility so we welcome everyone to come out and attend this great event! There will be collection boxes at the event for old glasses and cellphones if you're looking to donate as two non-profits are collecting! For more information or to see the full list of vendors: We hope to see everyone on Thursday, May 16th at the Steamfitters Event Center! Special thanks to Representative Scialabba for joining us!


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Seneca Valley Foundation

We are very thankful to have the opportunity to have Annie Mersing, Director of Advancement at Seneca Valley School District & Director of Development for Seneca Valley Foundation, as our guest this week. Annie shares with us the importance of the foundation for Seneca Valley Area School District. The Seneca Valley Foundation (SVF) is a private, 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation dedicated to encouraging excellence and innovation in the Seneca Valley Schools. The Foundation achieves this by seeking donations and patrons to facilitate the development of new capital projects, programs and scholarships. Its board members consists of stakeholders from local business leaders, community leaders and school leaders. As a non-profit organization, the Foundation is also utilized as a vehicle by which memorial and other charitable donations may be made to the Seneca Valley School District. To make a donation online, visit Follow us on Twitter: @SVSDFoundation Facebook: LinkedIn: The Seneca Valley Foundation is excited to host the Harlem Wizards on Wednesday, April 17th. Come see the Seneca Valley All-Stars take the court vs Harlem Wizards. Doors open at 6pm and first tip is at 7pm. Proceeds benefit the SVHS LEAD Program- Learn, Explore, Act, Develop. LEAD (Learn, Explore, Act, Develop) is the district’s goal to support students’ social and emotional needs and help them thrive. At the Sr. High, the LEAD group of students and staff are driving a “SV Norms” movement that highlights positive behavior and attitudes to shape students into productive members of society. All proceeds from the incredible event will benefit this initiative. The Harlem Wizards are renowned for their dazzling basketball skills, incredible athleticism, and, of course, their unmatched ability to entertain audiences of all ages. This event promises to be a spectacular experience for everyone involved, especially our elite team of SV ALL-STARS who will confidently take on the Wizards and showcase their own athletic abilities on the court. (Stay tuned – SV All-Stars will be enthusiastically announced soon!) Event Details: Harlem Wizards vs. SV All-Stars Date: Wednesday, April 17 Time: 7 p.m. (Doors open at 6 p.m.) Venue: Sr. High School Gymnasium Tickets are on sale now! We encourage you to grab yours early, as this promises to be a sell-out event. Click here to purchase: Let's come together to make a positive impact on our community while enjoying a night of incredible athleticism and entertainment. Your support means the world to us, and we look forward to seeing you there! Special Thanks to Annie Mersing for joining us!


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Southern Butler County Business Association

We have quite the episode in store for all of you as we recorded live from the brand new podcasting studio inside the Butler County Chamber of Commerce office! We had the honor of being the first ever podcast episode to record in the studio and looking forward for many other shows to get the same opportunity in the near future! Not only did we get to record in an actual studio, we were honored to have Bill Dimond, President of the Southern Butler County Business Association (SBCBA), join us to record the episode. Bill is the first President of the newly created SBCBA and is excited to talk all about the organization's infancy as they just started at the end of 2023. This new business association is under the umbrella of the Butler County Chamber of Commerce but is responsible for running the organization. All of the members that make up the SBCBA are the ones putting together events, marketing, opportunities for small businesses and so much more! The organization recently created their own website,, and are able to accept applications for membership. Membership is free for everyone that joins in 2024 thanks to a startup grant from the Butler County Chamber. Dues are going to be under $50 for all sized businesses and organizations after 2024 to help offset the cost of running the SBCBA website. SBCBA is holding many events for networking, seminars for businesses and a business expo coming later in 2024. To learn more about these events: -Facebook -Instagram -LinkedIn Special thanks to Bill Dimond for joining us. We also want to thank the Butler County Chamber of Commerce for allowing us to record in their new studio!


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Butler High Theater All School Musical- "Elf The Musical"

We have another high school musical production to highlight on this week's show! We're excited to have Zach Marra, Delaney Ray, and the Director, Mr. VanLaningham join us to talk about this year's Butler High Theater All School Musical production of "Elf The Musical". This year's production will take place on March 15th & 16th at the Butler Area High School auditorium. Tickets can be purchased at the box office on the day of the show or May's Music Shoppe in Butler! Here is the entire cast and crew of Elf The Musical: Cast Zach Marra, Buddy; Delaney Ray, Jovie; Amara DiCerbo, Emily Hobbs; Genevieve Maximilien Garrido, Michael Hobbs; Patryk Lyon, Walter Hobbs; Katie White, Deb; Walter Couza, manager and Santa; Chloe Feil, Greenway; Rachel Wayne, Mrs. Claus; Bradley White, Chadwick; Konner Burek, Matthews. Ensemble Salem Bellaij, Marianna Benkart, Kalin Burek, Gabbi Catalfano, Paige Cihonski, Isabell Colonna, Olivia Cornish (dancer), Abby Cuffman, Piper Curry, Addison Dumbaugh, Gianna Duska (dancer), Micheal Erickson, Noel Ernst (dancer), Lilly Gallagher, Ava Gerber, Aliza Green, Luvenna Griffin. Katelyn Hanky, Maranda Horstman, Aryahna Kaltenbach, Cora Kowal, Ashlyn Lyon, Raeleigh Niemeyer, Lyric Pappas, Sienna Perhacs (dancer), Katie Portillo Rodas, Kathrine Reed, Chloe Schoentag, Ava Schultz (dancer), Cassandra Sklencar, Olivia Slater, Jacob Szul, Mars Szurek, Johnny Ward, Liza Wick, AnnaBelle Witt (dancer). Running crew Sage Albert, Elaine Green, Jenna McClymonds, Maura Gilliland We hope you go see the productions on March 15th and 16th! Special thanks to Zach, Delaney, and Mr. VanLaningham for joining us!


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Seneca Valley All-School Musical "Something Rotten!"

It is officially High School Musical season! We are lucky to kick off the 2024 musical season with members of the Seneca Valley All-School Musical production and cast. We're joined by Michael Marra (Director), Amber Hugus (Co-Producer), and Jackson Hugus (Lead actor). This year's production is Something Rotten! Something Rotten! is a musical comedy that premiered in 2015. The musical is set in 1595 London and tells the story of the Bottom brothers, Nick and Nigel, who are trying to write plays to find success. The brothers are overshadowed by the Renaissance rock-star playwright, William Shakespeare. In an attempt to find success, Nick seeks help from a soothsayer who tells him that the future of theater involves singing, dancing, and acting at the same time. We hear all about the comedy that this show brings and the call backs to famous musicals in one of the show's biggest production numbers. We also discuss all of the students that are apart of the show from cast, crew, tech and the orchestra! For more information about Seneca Valley All-School Musical: Facebook: To purchase tickets for Something Rotten!: Special thanks to Michael, Amber and Jackson for joining us! We'd also like to thank Jessica Kavanagh for coordinating the recording!


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Rotary Club of Zelienople Centennial Celebration (100 Years)

This week's episode features the Rotary Club of Zelienople as they're going to celebrate their 100 Years of service on February 17th! We are joined by 3 Rotarians: Kathy Corcoran, Archie Simpson and Rich Gigliotti. They share with the listeners all about the celebration at The Stables of Connoquenessing on Saturday, February 17th. Here is more information that the club has shared on their Eventbrite site: The Rotary Club of Zelienople Centennial Gala is an exciting, once in a lifetime event that you don't want to miss! Join us on Saturday, February 17, 2024 at The Stables at Connoquenessing as we celebrate our club's 100th anniversary in style. This in-person gathering promises to be a night filled with laughter, joy, and memories. Dress your best and get ready for an evening of fun and entertainment. Your $55 ticket includes a delicious mixed grill dinner and program. Cash bar will be on site. Keynote speaker will be Patrick Eakes, Rotary International Zones 33 & 34 Director. So mark your calendars and join us as we commemorate a century of service and community impact. Let's celebrate together at the Rotary Club of Zelienople Centennial Gala! For More Information about the Rotary Club of Zelienople: Website- Facebook- To get tickets to the Centennial Gala: Special thanks to Kathy, Archie and Rich for joining us!


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Leadership Butler County Class of 2023-2024

This week's episode features a program in Butler County that has helped over 600 inspiring leaders gain new skill sets to be more successful in their careers & personal lives. We are honored to have Ian Hunter and Jamie Conrad, Co-Chairs of the 2023-24 Leadership Butler County Class, to talk all about the program. This year's class has the honor of having the largest class size in the history of the program! Ian and Jamie talk about how this year's class has kicked off as they already have a few months under their belt (1st class in September, once a month programs). The most recent program, Media in Butler County, seemed to be a class favorite. The class recently selected their legacy project and it was announced to the public right before the start of 2024. This year's class will be partnering with the Prospect Boys and Girls Club to build new fencing, new dug outs, and a new concession stand! Construction has already started and the video can be found on the Leadership Butler County Facebook Page: This project requires $20,000-25,000 and in order to get the funds needed, the class is kicking off with a Murder Mystery Dinner Fundraiser on February 10th. This year's program is titled "One Love to Lose" and will be held at the Atrium. Tickets are currently on sale and going fast! Prices are $60 a person or $650 for a table of ten. To purchase tickets: We would like to wish Ian, Jamie and the rest of the class the best of luck with their project! We can't wait to see the unveiling later this year.


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Butler Chamber of Commerce 2023 Year in Review and 2024 Preview

Happy New Year! Welcome back to the start of year number 6 of Armstrong In The Loop Podcast! We hope everyone had a wonderful holiday and are ready for a full slate of new episodes to kick off 2024. This week's episode is our yearly tradition as we brought back Jordan Grady, Butler Chamber of Commerce Executive Director, to talk about 2023 & give us a preview of 2024. This is typically one of our longer episodes of the year but there is a lot of great information of what the chamber is doing for all of Butler County. For More Information about the chamber: Follow the Butler Chamber on Social Media: Facebook- Instagram- LinkedIn- Special thanks to Jordan Grady for joining us!


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Ellwood City Community Food Drive

This week, we welcome back Rhiannon Schnell from Ellwood City Borough to talk about the ongoing Ellwood City Community Food Drive sponsored by Ellwood City Borough. This wonderful initiative kicked off on October 16th and runs thru November 17th. All donations benefit the Holy Redeemer Food Pantry in Ellwood City. Here are the suggested items of need: Stuffing Yams Sweet Potatoes Turkey Gravy (Box, Jar or Mix Packet) Canned Vegetables (corn, green beans, carrots, mixed vegetables) Canned Pumpkin Cranberry Sauce Instant Potatoes Macaroni and Cheese Pie Crust Pie Filling Corn Bread Mix Banana Bread Mix Cake Mix Icing Please check all expiration dates before donating any items! Non-perishable items only! For additional information or to become a drop off point, please email Rhiannon Schnell at Special thanks to Rhiannon for joining us!


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Ellwood City "Hometown Holiday Toy Drive"

As September ends, it is time to start thinking about the holidays as they are fast approaching! This week's episode features the Ellwood City Hometown Holiday Toy Drive and we're honored to have Rhiannon Schnell, Board of Director member of the Ellwood City Chamber of Commerce & representative of the Ellwood City Borough. We start the episode off learning about what this wonderful Hometown Holiday Toy Drive is and why it is so important for the community. The toy drive is a collective effort between the Ellwood City Chamber of Commerce, the Ellwood City Borough and the Ellwood City Area School District. The school identifies families that may need extra help at Christmas time. The Chamber of Commerce handles the advertising and acts as the main sponsor of the event and the Borough handles toy collection and helps with distribution. What makes this toy drive so special is that it is specific to only the families that live in Ellwood City. Everything collected stays in the Ellwood City community! If you're wanting to donate but are wondering what is being accepted: New, unwrapped toys for really any age are appropriate. The toy drive helps families with children from kindergarten all the way to 12th grade. Also, if there are any smaller children in the family, we will do our best to help them out as well so really no toy is too young. We do accept monetary donations that would be used to purchase gift cards for some of the older kids if we do not have items suitable for someone in high school. We do encourage people to donate items that would be able to be used for older kids such as make up kits for older girls or hoodies for the boys. Checks can be made payable to the Ellwood City Chamber of Commerce and mailed to the Ellwood City Borough in care of Rhiannon Schnell at 525 Lawrence Avenue, Ellwood City PA 16117. Current Drop Off Locations for toys: -Busy Beaver Ellwood City -Wesbanco in Franklin Twp. And Ellwood City -Posies by Patti -The Color Cener -Air Physical Therapy -Wendydae Handmade -The Ellwood City Soccer Boosters have also agreed to campaign and collect toys so watch for them in the community Any business interested in becoming a drop off point can do so by emailing Special thanks to Rhiannon and the Ellwood City Hometown Holiday Toy committee for everything they're doing to make Christmas special for families this year!


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Mars Robotics Association

Our 150th episode of Armstrong In The Loop Podcast is finally here! We're honored to have members of the Mars Robotics Association join us this week to talk all about their organization. The students talk about how others can get involved, the difference between First Lego League and First Tech Challenge, and everything the students do in the community. They have a very robust website: Facebook: Instagram: YouTube: For more information on joining, becoming a sponsor or wanting to be involved, please email: Special thanks to the Mars Robotics Association for joining us!


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Community Care Connections Presents "3rd Annual Ruckus For All "

After a long hiatus due to summer events, we are back with brand new episodes! Just in time to celebrate our anniversary of the podcast as we started this show August 7th, 2019. We needed a great guest to celebrate our achievement and we're happy to have Ian Hunter, Director of Development & Community Outreach, from Community Care Connections join us this week! We kickoff the show by learning what is Community Care Connections. Since 1972, Community Care Connections, Inc. has provided programs and services for infants, children and adults who have developmental delays or disabilities. The Mission of Community Care Connections, Inc. is to provide programs and services that empower children and adults with disabilities to live more safely and independently in their homes, schools, neighborhoods and communities. The Vision of Community Care Connections, Inc. is to strive to provide the most innovative support services, personalized advocacy and dynamic leadership that enable persons with disabilities and their families to navigate an ever-changing service delivery system and build support systems that meet their diverse needs. We then turn our attention to their wonderful annual event, Ruckus For All. This year's event will be held Sunday, August 20th, from Noon to 4pm at the 11th Frame Bar and Grille! There are so many different fun activities for this event planned that you'll need to listen to hear everything Ian & the team at Community Care Connections has planned. This is a FREE event for EVERYONE! The main tagline for this fundraiser is: All! Include! Empower! Connect! Community Care Connections is still looking for sponsors, donations and volunteers. If you're interested, please contact Ian Hunter: For more information or to learn about Community Care Connections: Special Thanks to Ian Hunter for joining us!


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Remote Area Medical (RAM) Free Pop-Up Clinic

This week's episode highlights an upcoming event in Butler County that has helped hundreds of thousands of people all across the United States. Lynn McKinnis, Concordia Visiting Nurses, joins the podcast to talk about the upcoming Remote Area Medical Pop-Up Clinic that will be held November 11th & 12th at the Butler Intermediate High School. Concordia Lutheran Ministries has invited Remote Area Medical (RAM) to provide a dental, vision, and medical clinic in Butler PA on November 11-12, 2023. This will serve people in the Butler area who are uninsured, underinsured, or have insurance but cannot meet their deductibles or co-pays. All ages are welcome and no personal information is obtained from the patient unless they wish to give it. All services are completely free. As the community host, Concordia Lutheran Ministries has committed to securing the venue, recruiting all volunteers, providing food, lodging, supplies, insurance, paying for lab tests and coordinating follow-up care. In turn, RAM provides all the medical equipment, digital infrastructure, and a core staff to supervise the volunteers and manage patient flow. The key part in making an event like this happen is the medical volunteers (doctors, nurses, dentists, etc.) that participate and take time out of their lives to assist those in need. Lynn stresses the importance of getting medical volunteers as the more they have, the more people they can treat over the two-day event. If you would like to volunteer for the RAM Pop-Up Clinic: Special thanks to Concordia Lutheran Ministries and Lynn McKinnis for making this event possible for those in need!


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CURIO 6th Anniversary & Artist Reception Featuring Kyle Houser

This week's episode is a celebration as CURIO in Zelienople, PA is celebrating its 6th Anniversary! We're honored to have Co-Owner, Jason Shorr, join us to talk about the evolution of CURIO over the last 6 years and all of the new & exciting changes that they've made to the art studio. If that isn't enough, CURIO and BURGH'ERS Brewing have collaborated to brew a brand new beer "Creative Juices" to celebrate CURIO's 6th anniversary. In addition to all of these exciting announcements, Jason is excited to share that they will be starting a brand new Artist Reception series with the first one being held on Saturday, May 20th. Kyle Houser, artist and Executive Director of the Pittsburgh Center for Arts & Media, will kick off the new Artist Reception series. Kyle joins us at the midway point of the show to talk about his style of art and what his work means to him. He's been showcasing his artwork at CURIO since the start in 2017 so it is a great way to help celebrate CURIO's 6 years as well as how Kyle's current art "The Time Between" has changed from where he was as an artist. For more information on CURIO and their Artist Reception Series: Facebook: Instagram: For more information about Kyle Houser and the Pittsburgh Center for Arts & Media: Instagram: Pittsburgh Center for Arts & Media Website: Special Thanks to Jason and Kyle for joining us!


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Armstrong Presents: "Pizza with a Purpose" 2023

This week's episode is one we've been very excited about because we're announcing the grand return of Pizza with a Purpose! We're doing this a bit differently for this episode as Greg Rhoton, Co-host of Armstrong Street Scene, is hosting and the normal host, Seth Prentice, is being interviewed about Pizza with a Purpose. We also are thankful to be joined by Mindy Schnitgen, Founder and Executive Director of Inspired Hearts & Hands (IH2). We kick off the episode by learning about Pizza with a Purpose. This event was created in 2018 thru Armstrong's Breaking Bread initiative to help raise money and awareness for a local non-profit. We also wanted to create a competition of all the locally owned and operated pizza restaurants to showcase the best of the area! On Thursday, June 1st, we will be hosting Pizza with a Purpose at the UPMC Lemieux Sports Complex in Cranberry, Township from 6pm-8pm. The public is invited to attend and fill up an empty pizza box with the best slices of pizza in the North Hills of Pittsburgh. Pizza boxes are $25.00 and they include 10 slice tickets to try various slices of amazing pizza. Each box sold will purchase a brand new pair of shoes for the Inspired Hearts and Hands Kidz Equipped Program. We will also have an exciting announcement as we are celebrating 25 years of Zoom Internet by hosting a FREE Skate Night from 7pm-8pm. Tickets to the skate night also include skate rental. We are asking anyone wishing to skate to bring an unopened box of cereal as we're hosting a cereal drive for Inspired Hearts and Hands. If that wasn't enough, we will have former Pittsburgh Penguin and current radio personality, Phil Bourque, to do a Meet & Greet with the public starting at 6pm. Inspired Hearts and Hands will have raffle baskets, tickets, 50/50 and more as well! Stop by their table to learn more about this wonderful organization as well as consider making a donation! To learn more about Inspired Hearts and Hands: To learn more about Pizza with a Purpose, 25 years of Zoom Internet Skate Night, or to purchase tickets: Special thanks to Greg & Mindy for joining us! We hope to see all of you on June 1st!


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Christian Sports International (CSI) "For The Kids" Celebrity Golf Classic 2023

This week's episode is historic! For the first time ever we have 3 professional sports legends joining us to talk about the wonderful organization Christian Sports International and the upcoming "For The Kids" Celebrity Golf Classic. Our guests for this episode are: former Pittsburgh Pirate and Atlanta Brave Sid Bream, Four time Super Bowl Winner with the Pittsburgh Steelers Jon Kolb and former Pittsburgh Steeler Offensive Lineman Craig Wolfley. Sid and Jon have spent many years helping CSI with their Celebrity Golf Classic. We hear from both on CSI and what the organization means to them! We turn our attention to the "For The Kids" Celebrity Golf Classic on May 15th at the Treesdale Country Club in Gibsonia, PA. Former Pittsburgh Pirates and Atlanta Braves player Sid Bream and four time Pittsburgh Steelers Super Bowl Champion Jon Kolb, cordially invite you to play in Christian Sports International's 22nd Annual "for the kids" Celebrity Golf Classic on Monday, May 15, 2023. Come join them and many of their friends for a great day of playing golf at the famous Treesdale Golf & Country Club in Gibsonia, PA. Christian Sports International (CSI) is very pleased to announce that the guest speaker for its upcoming 22nd annual celebrity golf outing will be former Pittsburgh offensive lineman and current Steeler radio analyst, Craig Wolfley.Wolfley, a 12-year NFL veteran, played his first ten seasons in a Steeler uniform before finishing his career with Minnesota in 1991. For his success in the trenches, he was selected in 2000 as a member of the Steelers All-Century Team. Off the field, "Wolf" is recognized for his generous and spirited volunteer work with local non-profit organizations like CSI. As a public speaker, he delivers the positive messages of hope and faith to his audiences. Craig shares with us his excitement and part of his message for those attending on May 15th. We end the episode hearing from Sid, Jon and Craig about the other missions important to their lives as they're involved in many organizations. To register to golf, become a sponsor, or to learn more about the event: Follow CSI on Social Media: Facebook- Instagram- YouTube- Special thanks to Sid, Jon and Craig for giving up their time to join us!


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Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Program

We're excited about this week's episode as we welcome back Tim Kramer, VITA Program Coordinator for Center for Community Resources. Tax season is upon us and the race to file by April 18th, 2023 is quickly approaching. Tim starts off the episode by explaining what is the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program. The VITA program provides free income tax preparation services to any person or family with an annual income under $50,000. IRS certified volunteers help prepare your taxes for free and residents are receiving their refund in as little as 9 days. No Fees. No service charges. No loan interest! Interested people receive a screening for qualification guidelines, schedule an appointment and get free, professional tax preparation by IRS-certified volunteers. To get started, call: 724-431-3767 Tax Preparation is available at these five locations: -Clearview Mall -Slipper Rock University's Sustainable Enterprise Accelerator -Cranberry Township Municipal Center -Harvest Community Church -St. Luke's Lutheran School For more information, check out Center for Community Resources website:,begins%20on%20January%2018th%2C%202023.&text=Check%20it%20out%20on%20the%20map. Special Thanks to Tim Kramer for joining us!


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Re-Mixxd by Steel City Galleries Presents: YINZERCON 2023

HEY YINZ GUYS!!! We have such a treat for all of our listeners this week as we have two very special guests to talk about YINZERCON. Don Spagnolo, owner of Re-Mixxd & creator of YINZERCON, and Nick Bartley, Host of Hunting Nostalgia, join us to talk about the first-ever YINZERCON. Nick kicks off the episode by talking about the newest season of Hunting Nostalgia. There are great episodes coming up and Nick shares some of the guests that viewers will not want to miss. Catch all episodes on Hunting Nostalgia's YouTube page: This first-of-its-kind event will be held on Saturday, April 15th, from 11am-6pm at the Re-Mixxd by Steel City Galleries retail store located: Amcel Center 236 Finley Road 2nd Floor-Suite 28 Belle Vernon PA 15012 -What is YINZERCON? It's a celebration of all things Western Pennsylvania. The people, the food, the lingo, the warmth, the unapologetic pride in their hometowns that people from this area have and spread with them around the world. -Who is YINZERCON? It's all of us, me and you and all our friends, and it's some of Western PA's biggest and best-known celebrities and brands. -Why is YINZERCON? Because a Yinzer thought, "Wouldn't it be cool to have a bunch of everything and everyone we love together at one time?" Plus, you have to admit, the name makes you smile Confirmed guests for YINZERCON: -KDKA Meteorologist Mary Ours -KDKA Reporter and Belle Vernon Grad Erica Mokay -Kathy Svilar "The Shop N Save Lady" -93.7 The Fan Morning Show's Dorin Dickerson -93.7 The Fan PM Producer Donny Football -Joe Wos Cartoonist and Emmy Award Winning Host of Cartoon Academy -Pittsburgh Steelers 3x Super Bowl Champion John Banaszak -Nick Bartley host of Hunting Nostalgia -Pennsylvania Motor Speedway -Pittsburgh Iron Man -Robert Wholey Co. Iconic Strip District Seafood Market -Ekernally Yours Gourmet Popcorn -Vinnie Candelore Influencer-Artist -The Burgh Bus -Pittsburgh Thor -Yinza Steel City's Wrestling Hero -Comicsburgh -Broom Pittsburgh Based Band ***And many more! Tickets start at $25 and you receive that back on a Re-Mixxed gift card to use in-store! To purchase tickets or to learn more about YINZERCON: There will be a special YINZERCON Signature Series on Saturday, April 1st featuring WTAE's Sally Wiggin and Guy Junker. Free to attend and will be a great way to prepare for YINZERCON 2 weeks later! For more details on YINZERCON Signature Series check out Re-Mixxd by Steel City Galleries Social Media: Facebook: Instagram: We look forward to the first ever YINZERCON and can't thank Don enough for spending time with us promoting this wonderful event!