In the District 2005

 

 

September 9, 2005 - Congressman Doyle participates in the dedication ceremony for Phase I of the Nine Mile Run stream restoration project by planting a native shrub along the banks of the restoration area. Congressman Doyle has secured federal funding for this initiative and a number of other local water improvement efforts over the last ten years.
September 9, 2005 - Congressman Doyle participates in the dedication ceremony for Phase I of the Nine Mile Run stream restoration project by planting a native shrub along the banks of the restoration area. Congressman Doyle has secured federal funding for this initiative and a number of other local water improvement efforts over the last ten years.
Congressman Doyle presents check to Jason Wells (on far left) and Kevin Jordan (left center) of the NorthShore Community Alliance for work on NCA’s Technology Education Center
August 17 , 2005 -- Congressman Doyle presents check to Jason Wells (on far left) and Kevin Jordan (left center) of the NorthShore Community Alliance for work on NCA’s Technology Education Center.
 Jaime Paolino (Gateway High School), Eric Nash (Woodland Hills High School), Demetra Rushè (Woodland Hills High School), Heather Davis (West Mifflin High School), Emily Conforti (Gateway High School), Katherine Marron (Woodland Hills High School), Grace Rajnovic (Pittsburgh High School for the Creative and Performing Arts), Michael Dengler (Pittsburgh High School for the Creative and Performing Arts), Brittany Farrel (Sto-Rox High School), and Joe Miller (West Mifflin High School). There were 59 entries from 11 schools throughout the 14th Congressional District.  Jaime Paolino (Gateway High School), Eric Nash (Woodland Hills High School), Demetra Rushè (Woodland Hills High School), Heather Davis (West Mifflin High School), Emily Conforti (Gateway High School), Katherine Marron (Woodland Hills High School), Grace Rajnovic (Pittsburgh High School for the Creative and Performing Arts), Michael Dengler (Pittsburgh High School for the Creative and Performing Arts), Brittany Farrel (Sto-Rox High School), and Joe Miller (West Mifflin High School). There were 59 entries from 11 schools throughout the 14th Congressional District.  Jaime Paolino (Gateway High School), Eric Nash (Woodland Hills High School), Demetra Rushè (Woodland Hills High School), Heather Davis (West Mifflin High School), Emily Conforti (Gateway High School), Katherine Marron (Woodland Hills High School), Grace Rajnovic (Pittsburgh High School for the Creative and Performing Arts), Michael Dengler (Pittsburgh High School for the Creative and Performing Arts), Brittany Farrel (Sto-Rox High School), and Joe Miller (West Mifflin High School). There were 59 entries from 11 schools throughout the 14th Congressional District.
 Jaime Paolino (Gateway High School), Eric Nash (Woodland Hills High School), Demetra Rushè (Woodland Hills High School), Heather Davis (West Mifflin High School), Emily Conforti (Gateway High School), Katherine Marron (Woodland Hills High School), Grace Rajnovic (Pittsburgh High School for the Creative and Performing Arts), Michael Dengler (Pittsburgh High School for the Creative and Performing Arts), Brittany Farrel (Sto-Rox High School), and Joe Miller (West Mifflin High School). There were 59 entries from 11 schools throughout the 14th Congressional District.

 Jaime Paolino (Gateway High School), Eric Nash (Woodland Hills High School), Demetra Rushè (Woodland Hills High School), Heather Davis (West Mifflin High School), Emily Conforti (Gateway High School), Katherine Marron (Woodland Hills High School), Grace Rajnovic (Pittsburgh High School for the Creative and Performing Arts), Michael Dengler (Pittsburgh High School for the Creative and Performing Arts), Brittany Farrel (Sto-Rox High School), and Joe Miller (West Mifflin High School). There were 59 entries from 11 schools throughout the 14th Congressional District.

 Jaime Paolino (Gateway High School), Eric Nash (Woodland Hills High School), Demetra Rushè (Woodland Hills High School), Heather Davis (West Mifflin High School), Emily Conforti (Gateway High School), Katherine Marron (Woodland Hills High School), Grace Rajnovic (Pittsburgh High School for the Creative and Performing Arts), Michael Dengler (Pittsburgh High School for the Creative and Performing Arts), Brittany Farrel (Sto-Rox High School), and Joe Miller (West Mifflin High School). There were 59 entries from 11 schools throughout the 14th Congressional District.
 Jaime Paolino (Gateway High School), Eric Nash (Woodland Hills High School), Demetra Rushè (Woodland Hills High School), Heather Davis (West Mifflin High School), Emily Conforti (Gateway High School), Katherine Marron (Woodland Hills High School), Grace Rajnovic (Pittsburgh High School for the Creative and Performing Arts), Michael Dengler (Pittsburgh High School for the Creative and Performing Arts), Brittany Farrel (Sto-Rox High School), and Joe Miller (West Mifflin High School). There were 59 entries from 11 schools throughout the 14th Congressional District.
May 13, 2005 -- Congressman Doyle hosted his 11th annual Congressional Arts Competition and presented awards to the winners. Lindsay Kilroy from Woodland Hills High School won the First Prize for an acrylic painting entitled "Self Portrait Reflection." Lindsay's artwork will be displayed in the United States Capitol for the next year. The second place prize went to Nicole Oldham from Penn Hills High School for her artwork "Two Potatoes and a Yam." The third place prize went to Lauren Heidingsfelder from Woodland Hills High School for her watercolor, "All American Art." The fourth place prize went to Holly Cook from Penn Hills High School for her colored pencil entry entitled "Colonial Cottage." The fifth place prize went to Lyndsay Haines from Montour High School for her pencil drawing entitled "Summer Garden." The judges awarded 10 Honorable Mentions to: Jaime Paolino (Gateway High School), Eric Nash (Woodland Hills High School), Demetra Rushè (Woodland Hills High School), Heather Davis (West Mifflin High School), Emily Conforti (Gateway High School), Katherine Marron (Woodland Hills High School), Grace Rajnovic (Pittsburgh High School for the Creative and Performing Arts), Michael Dengler (Pittsburgh High School for the Creative and Performing Arts), Brittany Farrel (Sto-Rox High School), and Joe Miller (West Mifflin High School). There were 59 entries from 11 schools throughout the 14th Congressional District.
May 6, 2005 - Congressman Doyle organized a free Glaucoma and vision screening at the Elder-Ado Senior Center in Pittsburgh’s Hilltop Community. Pictured clockwise at this event are Congressman Doyle, Kevin Gaughan, President, Pittsburgh Hilltop Lions Club, Sharmon Paschal Thornton, Consultant, Friends of the Congressional Glaucoma Caucus Foundation, State Representative Harry Readshaw, member, Pittsburgh Hilltop Lions Club.
May 6, 2005 - Congressman Doyle organized a free Glaucoma and vision screening at the Elder-Ado Senior Center in Pittsburgh’s Hilltop Community. Pictured clockwise at this event are Congressman Doyle, Kevin Gaughan, President, Pittsburgh Hilltop Lions Club, Sharmon Paschal Thornton, Consultant, Friends of the Congressional Glaucoma Caucus Foundation, State Representative Harry Readshaw, member, Pittsburgh Hilltop Lions Club.
February 7, 2005 - Congressman Doyle presented a check for $59,360 to the Ingram Volunteer Fire Department. The federal funding from the Department of Homeland Security's Assistance to Firefighters Grant (AFG) program will be used to buy new firefighting equipment.
February 7, 2005 - Congressman Doyle presented a check for $59,360 to the Ingram Volunteer Fire Department. The federal funding from the Department of Homeland Security's Assistance to Firefighters Grant (AFG) program will be used to buy new firefighting equipment.