Fill up on fries and other comfort food at Walker's Bar and Grill, a savory spot for American cuisine.
Low-fat, gluten-free and anything else you've been looking for waits here.
Not a popular place for dress-up dining, most Walker's Bar and Grill patrons come in casual attire.
No time to sit down? No worries! This restaurant offers a take out option so you can grab your food on the go.
At Walker's Bar and Grill you can save some cash on parking when you park in the free lot down the street.
Walker's Bar and Grill offers a nice selection of mid-range cuisine, so you can expect a meal there to cost about $30 or less per person.
When you are ready to try a new restaurant for lunch or dinner, make your way over to Walker's Bar and Grill for tasty American fare.
Walker's Bar and Grill has been highly-rated by restaurant-goers, so stop by today and see what the hype is about.
From scenic sites to exciting attractions, Airline Pilots Association International in Coraopolis is a prime choice for your next vacation.
Take advantage of the quick and easy parking near Airline Pilots Association International.
The Mentoring Partnership of Southwestern PA
The Mentoring Partnership of Southwestern PA (MPSWPA) recruits, trains, and prepares volunteers to make positive impacts on local youth through a network of 146 local mentoring programs. The partnership’s education curriculum covers topics that are vital to the mentor-mentee relationship, such as communication skills, cultural diversity, and setting boundaries, so that mentors can offer the best support possible to the youth they're paired with. Annually, more than 1,400 mentors complete the training process and go on to connect with local youth through programs such as the Promise Coaches campaign, which helps local high-school students graduate. Additionally, the MPSWPA consults with mentoring programs to streamline their processes and improve results.
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The YMCA Adventure Warrior Race gives kids and adults a chance to prove themselves against ropes courses, mud, water obstacles, and other unexpected mental and physical challenges—all while supporting a good cause. Amid the breathtaking views and tranquil waters of Lake Tris, runners maneuver around trees and carry heavy objects up the sometimes snow-covered Laurel Highlands mountains, climbing up to 1,000 feet as they go. Warriors aged 16 and older make a 4-mile circuit, whereas younger participants run age-appropriate distances of a half mile or a full mile. Trophies and the respect of all the woodland creatures are awarded to the top male and female runners, top male and female teams, and top co-ed team. According to the Daily American, funds raised from the race provide camp scholarships that allow kids to attend residential and day programs at the 263-acre YMCA Camp T. Frank Soles.
About 12 miles south of downtown Pittsburgh, young students examine insect larva among the remains of a decomposing log, wade through a creek as they search for salamanders, and test water percolation in forest soils. At The Outdoor Classroom, situated in a 475-acre park, students participate in outdoor field trips where they gain opportunities to connect with the natural world—a new experience for many of these preschoolers and third- to seventh-grade students. The field-trip curricula, such as introductions to ecosystems or examinations of relationships in natural communities, are designed to reinforce the national curricula modules followed by many school districts. In addition to field-trip opportunities, The Outdoor Classroom also sponsors summer day camps and community education programs about topics that reinforce the connection between people and southwestern Pennsylvania's environment, such as backyard gardening.
East End Cooperative Ministry (EECM) was founded in 1970 by a team of local seminary students to distribute breakfast to children who were going to school without meals. Today, the organization combines the goodwill of more than 40 congregations, local businesses, and volunteers to run a trio of programs dedicated to alleviating hunger, providing housing, and serving youth in the community. Its Meals on Wheels program, emergency food pantry, and soup kitchen distribute warm lunches and fresh groceries to an average of 400 people every day. Individuals experiencing homelessness can rest in the onsite shelter, which houses more than 40 men every night and provides access to social services. EECM further seeks to end the cycle of poverty with a series of in-school and afterschool programs that engage youth on vital issues including drug-use prevention and sustainability.