Ukrainian food festival, car raffle and more around Bridgeville, Carnegie area

Ukrainian food festival slated

The Parish of Sts. Peter & Paul Ukrainian Orthodox Church will host the Ninth Annual Ukrainian Food Festival, featuring delicious homemade Ukrainian foods and pastries, 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Sept. 11-12. The Covid-safe festival will offer phone orders, take out and limited outdoor dining at SS Peter & Paul Ukrainian Orthodox Church, 220 Mansfield Blvd. in Carnegie. For more information, visit or call 412-527-5359.

Chamber car raffle tickets available

The South West Communities Chamber of Commerce is celebrating its 37th Annual Car Raffle by giving away a 2020 Ford AWD EcoSport from Wolz & Wind Ford. Tickets are only $65 ($67 if purchased online). This is the main fundraising driving for the South West Communities Chamber of Commerce.

The Car Raffle Winner will be chosen on Sept. 30 at the Railyard. The event is free to attend. The raffle winner will be drawn at approximately 5 p.m. Due to covid-19 and the uncertainty of the economic atmosphere, if the cost of the car exceeds the amount raised by fundraising efforts, the drawing will immediately turn into a 50-50 drawing. If the amount raised matches or exceeds the pricing of the car, the raffle will continue as normal with the option to choose the car or the $18,000 cash amount.

To avoid online costs, mail a check for $65 to 990 Washington Pike, Bridgeville, PA 15017. Please include your name, phone, email and address, and your ticket will be mailed to you upon acceptance of the check. For more information, visit

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