Saturday, December 1, 2012
Kellen Auth, 8, began selling bottled water at the Sewickley Farmer's Market to support a special mission in Chimbote, Peru.
Kellen Auth felt it was important to give back and make a difference in the lives of others. The fourth grader at St. James School in Sewickley began selling bottled water every Saturday at the Farmer’s Market and donating the proceeds to the Chimbote Foundation Inc. It was at school that 8-year-old Kellen first learned about the mission, one that his homeroom class is supporting this year. His teacher, Lynda Reilsono said she spoke to the class at the beginning of the year about the mission and those less fortunate. Reilsono said Kellen took in everything she said and applied it. Within the next two weeks, he started bringing in money. “I think what he did was wonderful," Reilsono said."I was shocked when he came in with all that money…
Sunday, April 15, 2012
Saturday was the first day of the Sewickley Farmers' Market and the trout fishing season in Pennsylvania.
Saturday was a day of firsts in the Sewickley Patch. The first day of the Sewickley Farmers' Market was held in the parking lot at St. James Church. The market proved to be a popular event as many ventured out to browse and shop. Saturday was also the first day of trout, and by the looks of the gathering at the Big Sewickley Creek, anglers were eagerly awaiting this fishing day. Did you attend the market, fish for trout, or recently celebrate a different "first?" Let us know in the comments!
Friday, April 13, 2012
Patch gives you a look ahead at area events this weekend.
- THE NEIGHBORHOOD FILES
- Jenna Staul
Friday, April 13, 2012
Sewickley Farmer's Market When/Where: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday in the St. James Church parking lot. Why Go: The fresh, homemade and homegrown market returns for the first time this season. Little Athens Catering plans to sell homemade Greek foods. The McElhaney Family will be selling a full compliment of beef products. Be sure to stop by to see what else is in store. Admission: Free. Coppelia When/Where: 8 p.m. Friday at 803 Liberty Ave. Pittsburgh Why/Go: The Pittsburgh Ballet performs their version of this romantic comedy featuring an unlikely love triangle. Admission: $22.75 Amphibians of the Night When/Where: 7-9 p.m. Saturday at Fern Hollow Nature Center, Sewickley Heights. Why Go: Learn more about salamandars, toads and …