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  1. Community Pancake Breakfast: Christy Park

    October 22, 2022, 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM

    McKeesport Area Shared Ministry, Christy Park UMC

    The McKeesport Area Shared Ministry will host a pancake breakfast on Saturday, October 22 -- welcoming friends and neighbors for a morning of food and fellowship.

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  2. Fix'n Wag'n: Vaccine & Microchip Clinic

    October 22, 2022, 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM

    McKeesport Fire Department Station No. 2

    The Fix'n Wag'n Vaccine and Microchip Clinic will take place on Saturday, October 22, 2022, at McKeesport Fire Department's No. 2 Station, 2200 Eden Park Boulevard. In addition to the $10 veterinary fee per animal, vaccine costs vary. For dogs, one-year rabies is $15; three-year rabies, $25; DHLPP/DHPP one-year, $15; DHLPP/DHPP three-year, $25; leptospirosis, $15; lyme, $35; bordetella, $25; and influenza $30. For cats, one-year rabies is $15; three-year rabies, $25; FVRCP one-year, $15; FVRCP three-year, $25; FelV one-year, $20; and FelV three-year, $30. Available tests include Canine 4DX Snap test and Feline 3DX Snap test. Microchips are $15 per animal. Flea, tick, and heartworm prevention are available. Services are provided for cash or credit only. There is a 6 percent processing fee for credit cars. Checks will not be accepted. Dogs must be on a leash, and cats must be in carriers.

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  3. Meet the Author: Bob Cranmer

    October 22, 2022, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

    Bob Cranmer, author of "The Demon of Brownsville Road," will be at the library to describe the book he wrote about his experience in a haunted house he purchased on Brownsville Road. Signed copies. Pleases register! In March 1792 a mother and her three young children were killed by marauding Native Americans in the vicinity of Fort Pitt during the Northwest Indian War. The book maintains that this massacre occurred on the ground where the house is built and that the four individuals are buried in the front yard. The premise for the demonic infestation is that the evil spirit that precipitated the vicious killing of these innocents remained on the grounds and eventually inhabited the house that would be built there. In December 1988, Bob and Lesa Cranmer and their four children moved into the house. This began the long string of events that eventually led to a “demonic entity” being expelled from their home in 2006 by priests of the Catholic Church.

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