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CEU’s For First Responders

Thursday, June 3rd, 2021

Annual Golf Registration/Sponsor Opportunities 🏌️‍♂️🏌️‍♀️

Thursday, June 3rd, 2021

SEE YOU AT THE COURSE!!

If you have any questions, please call Nicole Amabile at 724-856-4303

THANK YOU FOR YOUR REGISTRATION AND SPONSORSHIP

Golf Course

Welcome to Sylvan Heights

The amenities are nice, but the real star of the show here is the 18 hole, 6264 yard municipal golf course. Here at Sylvan Heights we have multiple tee distances to accommodate players of all skill and age levels, from a seasoned pro to a young newcomer to the game. Our design is carved into the rolling terrain of New Castle, Pennsylvania. This course is the perfect combination of nature and challenge. Sylvan Heights is a must-play Pennsylvania golf course!

 

 

 

Current Needs 10.5.21

Wednesday, June 2nd, 2021

At this time, if you are able to help, our Wish List includes:

Conditioner

Body Wash

Adult prize items

Food

Household items

Cleaning supplies

Men’s clothes

Bath mats

Large sizes of boys pants 10-16

**Gift cards and monetary donations.

OR purchase from our Wish List at  AMAZONSMILE.

 

THANK YOU FOR YOUR CONTINUED SUPPORT!

 

Donate Thru Amazon Smile!

Wednesday, May 19th, 2021

DONATE THRU AMAZON SMILE

 

Crime Victims Week

Thursday, April 22nd, 2021

Amazon Wish List

Tuesday, March 23rd, 2021

AMAZON WISH LIST

Human Trafficking Events

Thursday, January 2nd, 2020

HOUSE PINS – REDUCED

Tuesday, October 22nd, 2019

House Pins and Wild Women Pins now at a reduced price of $5.00.  Stop by the office to select yours today.

Domestic Violence, Gun Safety Protections

Tuesday, November 20th, 2018

Harrisburg, PA – Governor Tom Wolf thanked advocates today for their ongoing support of victims of domestic violence during a ceremonial bill signing of Act 79 of 2018, the first bill to truly take guns away from the dangerous abusers who use them to kill, terrorize and control.

“Domestic violence is a scourge on our society and this bill and its reforms will go a long way to protect victims, hold abusers accountable and keep guns out of the hands of dangerous individuals,” said Gov. Wolf. “I want to personally thank the hundreds of advocates and everyday citizens who made their voices heard and got this bill to my desk. Pennsylvania did the right thing with House Bill 2060 to protect victims of domestic violence.

In taking this important step forward toward protecting women, families, and communities against violent domestic abusers, Gov. Wolf was joined by Rep. Marguerite Quinn, Sen. Tom Killion, Executive Director of Ceasefire Shira Goodman, Executive Director of the Pennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic Violence Susan Higginbotham, leader of the Pennsylvania chapter of Moms Demand Action Deb Marteslo, Chair of the Pennsylvania Commission for Women Randi Teplitz, domestic abuse survivor Angela Quarles, legislators, and representatives of the Commission for Women and Everytown for Gun Safety.

The new law includes additional safeguards to help protect victims of domestic violence, including:

  • New requirements around prohibiting abusers who have been issued a final protection from abuse orders issued after a contested hearing or conviction for misdemeanor crimes of domestic violence from possessing firearms and requires them to turn in their guns to law enforcement agencies within 24 hours while the order is in effect;
  • Eliminates the concern about simply relinquishing a firearm to a family member or friend;
  • Allows for the time that an individual is incarcerated not to be counted for the 90 days of a temporary PFA.

Due to the urgency of enacting the legislation, Gov. Wolf officially signed the bill into law immediately after receiving it on Oct. 12. He urges the General Assembly to continue making Pennsylvania safer by passing commonsense gun safety reforms, such as requiring anyone purchasing a firearm to go through a State Police background check.

“I hope that this bill is the beginning of more bipartisan work to find commonsense ways to keep dangerous weapons away from dangerous people,” said Gov. Wolf. “We owe the citizens of this commonwealth a safe place and we need to continue working together – politics aside – to make that a reality.”

 

Shelter Offers Victims Help

Monday, August 20th, 2018