The Squirrel Hill Urban Coalition is pleased to announce the 2016 Squirrel Hill Treasure Award Honorees:

Friendship Circle: A dynamic civic organization leading the way to greater neighborhood inclusion


Classic Lines, books and more: A vibrant independent business fostering community ties.


Pittsburgh Citiparks: An essential Community Partner enlivening our urban backyard.


Community Day School: An Invaluable Historical Building and Educational Institution – Our 2016 Place Treasure


In lieu of speeches, a short film will celebrate the contributions of the Treasures. For the past 5 years, over $240,000 has been collected from the Treasure Celebration to support the ongoing work of the Squirrel Hill Urban Coalition.

Wednesday, November 2nd, 2016 at 6 p.m.

Pittsburgh Golf Club
5280 Northumberland St
Squirrel Hill, PA 15217

6:00pm – Receiving line and hors d’ouvres

6:45pm – Buffet Supper

7:30pm – Coffee and Dessert

7:45pm – Honoree Film and Awards Presentation

$90 per person / Complimentary Valet Parking

An Ad Book will be distributed.

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In Honor of

Previous Treasures


Bill Isler

David Stock

Mike Chen

Taylor Allderdice High School as the Place Treasure


Honorable Mayor Bill Peduto
60th Mayor of City of Pittsburgh

 Hebrew Free Loan Association
The Pittsburgh branch of a nonsectarian nonprofit organization that offers interest-free loans. A pioneer in microloans.

 Pamela’s Diner
Pittsburgh’s favorite breakfast spot.

 The Homewood Cemetery as the Place Treasure


Karla Boos
Founder and Artistic Director of Quantum Theatre

 Rabbi James Gibson of Temple Sinai
Celebrating 25 years of service

 Wendell Freeland, Esq.
An original incorporator of the Sq. Hill Urban Coalition and a revered Tuskegee Airman

 The historic WPA mural at the
Squirrel Hill Post Office