Canonsburg Hospital looking for donors and sponsors for upcoming annual Halloween Trail

One of Washington County’s favorite fall traditions is back as Allegheny Health Network’s Canonsburg Hospital hosts its annual Halloween Trail. This year’s event is scheduled for Thursday, October 25 from 4 to 5:30 p.m. at the hospital’s outdoor trail. Children ages 12 and under are invited to don their favorite costumes and trick or treat along the trail.  With more than 20 stops along the way, the kids will encounter “haunted hosts” from Canonsburg Hospital, as well as representatives from local businesses and the United States military, who will be distributing treats while decked out in some well-known Halloween costumes.

“Our annual event is a highlight of the Halloween season for local kids and families,” said Angela Costa, Vice President of Patient Care Services and Chief Nursing Officer, Canonsburg Hospital. “For more than 25 years, it has been bringing the community together in a fun, memorable way, and the hospital staff always gets a treat out of seeing the kids all dressed up.”

The event is free, and complimentary parking is available. Treats, bags, and candy will be provided, and AHN also will be giving away fidget spinners. In the event of inclement weather, the Halloween Trail will be held indoors at Canonsburg Hospital.

Looking for corporate sponsors/donors and volunteers

The hospital is looking for corporations to sponsor and host stations on the trail. *Hosting a station includes:  decorating the station, providing staff, costumes and giveaways* Donations of costumes, candy, decorations, etc can be mailed to the address below or arranged to be picked up.

If you are interested in participating in or donating to our annual Halloween Trail, Please complete and mail this form to:

Canonsburg Hospital
Volunteer Services
100 Medical Blvd
Canonsburg, PA  15317
Attn: Keith Zimmer

Or email to Keith at Keith.Zimmer@AHN.ORG

4TH ANNUAL Pittsburgh Chinese Cultural Festival

The Pittsburgh Chinese Cultural Festival celebrates the rich culture of China, past and present, through entertainment, music, art, food and exhibits.

This fun filled day includes:  local performances, renowned UNESCO Masters of Arts & Crafts from Wuhan, China, food from Pittsburgh’s BEST Chinese Restaurants and exhibits of handcrafted items, information and much more!

Hosted by the Pittsburgh Chinese Cultural Center, a non-profit organization that promotes the awareness of Chinese culture, appreciation of cultural diversity and facilitates assimilation of Chinese immigrants into the Pittsburgh community.

September 22, 2018

Mellon Park

Pittsburgh, PA 15232

11:00 AM to 7:00 PM


FREE Parking

FREE to the public

Learn more at

Summer Fade Away in Southpointe Town Center

Thursday, August 2 at 4 PM - 9 PM

Southpointe Town Center
1700 Main St, Canonsburg, Pennsylvania 15317

Free to attend!

Chances are, you know someone who has been touched by autism. My personal connection is that my son, Nathan, was diagnosed at 18 months with autism spectrum disorder. Thanks to therapy and a lot of support, Nathan attends public school and is doing wonderfully. I launched the Fade Away Festival as a way to help other families impacted by autism.�

Last year, the Fade Away hosted over 1000 attendees and raised over $25,000 to support children with special needs. With your help, we hope to make this year’s event - on Thursday, August 2nd, 2018 in Southpointe – our best yet!�

This year, we are asking you to not only join us for this FREE event, filled with entertainment, food, beer, games and more but please share this event with your friends and family! We are here to bring the community together to enjoy a great night out!

TRPIL Capital Campaign 5K Run/Walk

Dear Friend of TRIPIL,

Please join us at South Strabane Community Park, 750 Floral Hill Drive, Washington, for the third annual Transitional Paths to Independent Living (TRPIL) Capital Campaign SK Walk * Run * Roll on Saturday, April 28th, 2018. Registration will start at 8 AM; the event will begin at 9 AM.
We are holding this event to help fund the TRPIL Capital Campaign's effort to renovate the former YWCA building at 42 West Maiden Street, Washington, into TRPIL's brand new headquarters. All of the proceeds will go towards this cause and help us to construct a brand new, universally accessible headquarters and community center in downtown Washington.

Soon we will be finished with Phase 1 of this reconstruction, and we'll be able to move in! From there we will begin Phase 2: the restoration of the historic stage and auditorium, which will become available for public use.

Sponsorship signage at the main pavilion, water/rest stations, and distance marker signs along the SK fun run's course is available. The sponsorship deadline is March 31, 2018. Please make all donations and sponsorships payable to TRPIL.
For sponsorship opportunities for this event you may contact Joann Naser ( at 724-223-5115. 


Kathleen Kleinmann Chief Executive Officer

Southpointe Rotary Club meets every Wednesday

The Canonsburg Houston Southpointe Rotary Club meets every Wednesday 5:30PM to 6:30PM at the Southpointe Network Center in the lobby of the Printscape Arena, 117 Southpointe Blvd. (Formerly Iceoplex). Just a few of our events include the fund raiser Roast of Judge Ret. Richard Disalle, Cannon House visit to elderly with games and fellowship, pie fund raiser, and more.  

Rich Disalle receiving an award from Gov. Steve Arnowitz  For more info contact D MacTaggart at 724-263-9238.

First Strides Youth Hockey Program at the Printscape Arena

The new ownership of the Printscape Arena at Southpointe (formerly the Iceoplex) have started a new program that is 100% free to introduce youth to hockey.

About The First Strides Youth Hockey Program

  • Children are bused to the Printscape Arena at Southpointe
  • Private tour of the ice rink and facility
  • Dress for hockey in full equipment
  • Hit ice where they are broken in three groups based on skill level
  • Learn to ice skate and other hockey specific drills
  • Instruction is provided by top local coaches and athletes
  • Group photo on the ice at the end of the session
  • Each child receives a packet with items such as free public skating passes, discounted tickets to a pro hockey game, nutritional information and more.


Program instruction provided by the Printscape Arena Hockey Staff in partnership with the Wheeling Nailers (ECHL), Canon McMillian School District (Canon Mac Big Macs), Peters Township School District (Peters Township Indians) and Trinity School District (Trinity Hillers).

For more information email program director Cody Skraitz at or call (724) 745-6666

Printscape Arena at Southpointe First Strides Youth Hockey Program

Southpointe Chamber Network Center at Printscape Arena

The Southpointe Chamber now has a 'Network Center'  at the Printscape Arena main foyer area.  This is a room dedicated to community workshops,  meetings and gatherings for social networking.  Featured is seating for 18,  three Network TV Screens,  central sound system,  teleconference equipment and CCTV camera for video connection.  The room is available as a courtesy to members by calling the Southpointe Chamber Office at 724-873-7777. Ext 22. 

Video Highlights from the Roast of Rich DiSalle

Southpointe Rotary Club had a great turnout for the honorable (Retired) Judge Richard DiSalle Roast

The Canonsburg Houston Southpointe Rotary held a banquet Roast at the Southpointe Golf Club honoring Retired Judge Richard DiSalle. Attendance to the sit-down banquet style dinner exceeded over 100 prominent lawyers, judges, Magistrates, attorneys, and key community business principles.

The event was co-sponsored by the Southpointe Chamber with Don Hodor as master of ceremony. Speakers roasting the judge were Steven Richman, a retired local attorney, Judge John DiSalle, (son of Richard Disalle), Jim Mcdonald, Southpointe Chamber Board member and President of Monaloh Basin Engineering, Commissioner Diana Irey Vaughan and Rotarian Charles Keller.
A special, Rotary Paul Harris award was presented by District Rotary Governor Steve Arnowitz followed by a proclamation from the State of Pennsylvania presented by Senator Camera Bartolotta.
Sponsors included Washington Financial, Southpointe Telecom, AT&T Cellular and Urchick Business Consultants.
Jazz entertainment was sponsored by the Washington Jazz Society with Judge John DiSalle on saxiphone, Dan Baker on guitar and Greg Therman on Bass.

Sportopia Fun and Fitness Summer Camps at The Iceoplex

Looking for something to keep your child active this summer?

Sportopia Summer Camps, conveniently located in Southpointe, is a 9 week summer camp series.  Our goal is to provide and create an atmosphere to encourage children to try new experiences, develop new friendships and enjoy fun and fitness along the way!

Each day of the week will have sports, games, activities, as well as crafts, movies, free time and snack. Each participant will have the option to pack a lunch or order their lunch ahead of time for additional fee.

Price for each day of camp includes: care of child, all supplies for crafts and activities, t-shirt and snack each day registered for camp. Any sports, games, activities include but not limited to; basketball, soccer, volleyball, ice skating, capture the flag, dodgeball, four square, board games, crafts and an educational "unplugged" hour each day.

Camper must be between the ages of 5 to 12 by June 12, 2017.

​Multi child discounts are available (5% off each child).  Contact the camp director for directions on how to sign up multiple family members for Sportopia.

Prospects to Enhance Pennsylvania’s Opportunities in Petrochemical Manufacturing March 2017 Report

Read the full report below.


Watch the video above for the full breakfast seminar on Opportunities in Petrochemical Manufacturing.

Prospects to Enhance Pennsylvania’s Opportunities in Petrochemical Manufacturing Report

On April 19, 2017 The Southpointe Chamber of Commerce held an informative breakfast seminar featuring Denise Brinley, Assistant Secretary of Strategic Industry Initiatives for the Pennsylvania Department of Community & Economic Development, and Michelle Mcgregor, Senior Advisor of Energy Programs for The Nature Conservancy. The seminar focused on business opportunities in Petrochemical Manufacturing in Pennsylvania in relation to the new Shell Cracker plant as well as future developments. Below you will find a link to the full report that was referenced in the seminar.

IHS Markit is exclusively responsible for this report and all of the analysis and content contained herein. This report relies heavily on proprietary data collected on a regular basis by IHS Markit, by IHS Markit’s proprietary models and analysis, and by secondary data provided by various US government agencies supported by interviews with industry representatives and other experts. The scope of research was limited to the two primary components of NGL (ethane and propane), and how these two products could be used to enhance manufacturing opportunities in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

US NGL supply and demand

As shown in Figure 2.1, NGL production is a by-product of crude oil and natural gas production and has end
use opportunities in chemical plant, refineries, and commercial distributors. Since 2008, production of
natural gas from tight oil and shale gas plays has increased significantly, resulting in rapid growth in the
overall NGL production in the United States. NGL are by-products of natural gas production and refinery
runs and most of the NGL production in the United States is sourced from natural gas.

Figure 2.2 shows the current and significant forecast changes in the NGL supply and demand balances through 2030. NGL production from natural gas processing and refinery operations averaged about 3.4 million b/d between 2010 and 2015. With growing natural gas production, the total NGL production is estimated to nearly double—to average about 6.3 million b/d from 2026 to 2030 solely because of natural gas processing. In contrast, NGL production from refinery operations is not expected to grow through the rest of the forecast period. Imports of NGL have been declining since 2005 and will continue to decrease to minimum levels (some level of imports are required to balance the markets).

The US demand for NGL is expected to grow, driven primarily by the feedstock needs of the petrochemical industry. Demand for NGL in other sectors is expected to be flat to declining over the long term. The total demand for NGL from the various sectors in the United States will still not be enough to consume all of the NGL production, resulting in increased exports of NGL to international markets. Total exports from the United States averaged 0.5 million b/d between 2011 and 2015 and it is expected to average around 2.3 million b/d between 2026 and 2030.