Fall Events with SHUC

6th Annual Squirrel Hill Treasure Awards

November 2nd, 2016

  Each year, the Squirrel Hill Urban Coalition honors one place and three people or organizations that have had a strong impact on Squirrel Hill. They’re designated as ‘Treasures.” Past honorees have included the Manor Theater, Karla Boos of Quantum Theater, Honorable Mayor Sophie Masloff and the Homewood Cemetery.   For our 2016 Annual Treasure

Join Us for the 2nd Annual Golf with SHUC! Event

Friday, September 9th, 2016

Golf with SHUC returns to the Bob O’Connor golf course for the second year in a row! SHUC has once again partnered up with First Tee Pittsburgh to present this great fundraiser on September 9th, 2016. The afternoon features a relaxed 9-hole shamble followed by dinner. Following up on last year’s success, the event is

Summer 2016The Environmental Issue

Pittsburgh’s Environmentally Conscious Mayors from Squirrel Hill

By Helen Wilson Vice-President, Squirrel Hill Historical Society   Pittsburgh officially became a city on March 18, 1816, with the signing of incorporation papers that gave its citizens the right to govern themselves. The event probably didn’t cause much of a stir in Squirrel Hill because it didn’t belong to Pittsburgh until it was annexed

Sixth Presbyterian Church Certified as a national Presbyterian Earth Care Congregation

By Nora Johnson   Sixth Church, located at the corner of Forbes and Murray Avenues in the heart of Squirrel Hill, has been an active environmental congregation for some time, collecting recyclable materials, replacing energy inefficient fixtures and thermostats, planting trees along Murray Avenue last year and taking part regularly in the Squirrel Hill Urban