January 12, 2020 Newsletter

It Is That Time Of The Year Again!!!
Dues For The Senior Men’s Club Are Due!!!
Dues are $35.00 For The Year
You Can Give Your Dues To Ray Koper Directly Or Send Your Check To Senior Men’s Club c/o Sewickley Valley YMCA.

January 17, 2020
Robin Cole
Former Pittsburgh Steeler

Well Steeler fans prepare yourself for a real treat. Our guest will be another member of the famed Steelers, Robin Cole.

Robin was born in 1955 in Compton, Ca. He was one of ten children and played his high school football at Compton High. He went on to the University of New Mexico where he earned All American honors and became the first player to be drafted in the first-round from that school. As a first-round draft pick of the Pittsburgh Steelers he replaced Andy Russell as right outside linebacker. He played linebacker and defensive end for twelve seasons and played in Super Bowl XIII and Super Bowl XIV. He was elected to the Pro Bowl in 1984. He ended his Pro career with the New York Jets in 1988.

Mr. Cole makes presentations to many corporate groups, sports teams, churches, schools and prisons. He trained at the Ford Motor Institute to be a dealer. In addition, he has served on several charitable boards including the American Heart Association, March of Dimes, Big Brothers and Big Sisters. He is a lifetime member of the NAACP. Finally, he is the co-founder and president of the Robin Cole Foundation.

So, come out for a very interesting and entertaining presentation by Robin Cole.

January 24, 2020
The Allegheny Institute

This week we will welcome Frank Gamrat, Ph.D. and Eric Montartir from The Allegheny Institute. As they have in the past, Frank and Eric will bring us up to date on the research they are doing at The Allegheny Institute.

The Allegany Institute is a non-profit research organization. It’s mission looks at the impact of burdensome and intrusive government activities on taxpayers and businesses. They work to formulate and advocate public policies that roll back the size and scope of local governments. They pattern their efforts on the principles of free enterprise, property rights, civil and individual freedoms.

So, come and learn about their current efforts and what they consider as being important issues of the region.

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