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Join the Rotary Clubs of Bethel-St. Clair and Northern Allegheny, Pittsburgh Police, and Holy Assumption of St. Mary Orthodox Church this Thanksgiving for the annual “Get Stuffed with Love” event. 
Help those in need in the community by cooking, assembling, and delivering food to feed the hungry on Thanksgiving Day. This year, we expect to feed approximately 3,500 residents in the City of Pittsburgh. Donations can be made up to Thanksgiving day, but donations are always accepted so even after Thanksgiving it would still go towards the program. 
In need of a meal on Thanksgiving? 
Contact your Community Resource Officer in the Zone in which you live.
Zone 4 — 412-422-6559: Officers Shannon Leshen, Tom Pauley & Dave Shifren 
Dinner requests should be made by Friday, November 18th so they have an idea on the number of requests in time for preparation and packaging of the meals. 

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The National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day aims to provide a safe, convenient, and responsible means of disposing of prescription drugs, while also educating the general public about the potential for abuse of medications.  All City of Pittsburgh police zones will be participating in this program, which allows for you to bring in any unused/unwanted/expired medications so that they may be safely and properly disposed of. The information for the upcoming drop off date is as follows:  
TIME:  10:00 AM – 2:00 PM
                   5858 NORTHUMBERLAND STREET
                    PITTSBURGH, PA. 15217
(Or any City Of Pittsburgh Police Station:
locations included in link below) 
     For additional information please check out this link:  http://pittsburghpa.gov/publicsafety/article.htm?id=6588

Mayor William Peduto's administration is implementing a new mapping tool to make building permit and zoning information easy to search and view.  
Legislation is being introduced to Pittsburgh City Council on Tuesday to purchase software and support services from "buildingeye," a firm that builds interactive city maps to track planning, permit, license and violation data. 
Through the data visualization tool, residents, businesses, developers and others will be able to view and search a detailed map that shows all building and zoning data happening in every neighborhood citywide. The tool is currently used by city and county governments in San Francisco, Colorado, Oregon and elsewhere. 

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Join the Pittsburgh Department of Public Safety & the Public Safety Zone Councils for a City Wide Public Safety Meeting. 
Public Safety in the Digital Age
Learn about the various ways technology is used to enhance Public Safety.
Main Speaker: Public Safety Director, Wendell Hissrich 
Wednesday, October 19th 6-8pm at
Pgh Federation Of Teachers
10 S. 19th Street, South Side 
Check out the attached flyer for more information

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National Financial Goal Day Tuesday, October 11, 2016 5:45 to 7:45 pm
Squirrel Away Some Acorns!
And save for your financial future. 
Oakland Career Center
294 Semple Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15213 
Join a fall harvest-themed celebration of National Financial Goal Day.
Enjoy a delicious DINNER and DESSERT.
Play some fun financial games and win PRIZES.
Childcare with FUN activities for your children (ages 4-11).
Enter for a big end-of-the-evening RAFFLE and $100 prize! 
See attached flyer for more info and to RSVP! 

Oakwatch : The Oakland Code Enforcement Project
Third Wednesdays (alternating meeting times at Noon and 6pm)
October 19, 6pm at the Oakland Career Center, 294 Semple St, Pgh, PA 15213.
Check the webpage for further details and any last minute changes.
Oakwatch webpage 

Green Team : Putting the “oak” back in Oakland
Third Thursdays
October 20, 6pm at the Oakland Career Center, 294 Semple St, Pgh, PA 15213.
Check the webpage for further details and any last minute changes.
Green Team webpage

The 2016 Harvest Tasting takes place at the Produce Terminal on Smallman Street in the Strip District, Pittsburgh, PA 
The 5th Annual Farm to Table Harvest Tasting is a casual gathering that gives food lovers first-hand experiences of the quality and diversity of locally grown, produced and prepared food. 
This is a great event to meet local Pittsburghers who value their food and are excited to learn how to access local food and beverages. The atmosphere is relaxing: music and local food conversation abounds. 
Tickets are $25/person prior to the event and $30/person at the door.  Children 2-15 are $15/person prior to the event and $20/person at the door. 
Group Registration
Group ticket discounts available.