1974 NFL AP Defensive Rookie of the Year
1974 All-Rookie Team
1976 NFL AP Defensive Player of the Year
9 Pro Bowl Selections
6-time First Team All-Pro...
4 Super Bowl Rings
1 Gold Jacket
Holy! Holy! That's magnificent, Michael!
I hate to tease a day late, but on Valentine's Day we ran these features...Mousse Tart for two with fresh berries and gelato, seafood lasagna, lobster and filet... and prime rib. Amazing food, amazing presentation and an amazing evening booked the max from 4:00 pm till 8:30. Thanks to all who joined us.
WE’RE BACK! Fuggedaboutit Part 4 (that’s Forget-About-It for your non- New Yorkers): Jersey Bound
Grab your “Associates” and join our host, 3 Rivers Wealth Man...agement Group, for an un-fuggedable Sopranos themed evening in support of local not for profit Pittsburgh Bridges & their Bridges Kids Club with all proceeds from the event going directy to helping local service members and their families.
TICKETS INCLUDE ALL FOOD, 4 HOURS OF OPEN BAR FOR EVENT DURATION, ALL LIBATION TASTINGS, $250 IN CASINO CHIPS, ENTERTAINMENT, LADIES TRIP TO BLING BAR/GUYS COMPLIMENTARY CIGAR AND MORE!
DON'T DISAPPOINT THE FAMILY, BE THERE.......OR SLEEP WITH THE FISHES! Fri March 2nd 7 - 11pm
18th Annual Hearts & Jokers Valentines Event Friday, February 9th
There is a school in Washington called the First Love Christian Academy. It’s a private school with 50 kids from all over the world. This school has 100% coll...ege placement rate and a basketball team fielded from all over the globe.. 9 former students play division one ball. The budget is tight, so Angelos occasionally feeds the kids. It was lasagna day Friday. I have reached out to 37 restaurants to help out and Feed the kids once a month. We are just beginning and Palazzo with Matt and Susanne Sager jumped right in. We would not turn down help from anyone wanting to treat these kids to lunch or breakfast. Maybe once a month, you might enjoy preparing something for 50 kids .. it’s rewarding and going to an underfunded , brilliant program working with special kids who could never have this opportunity to achieve where they live. I don’t visit much however because those basketball players are some really tall kids! A couple are 6’8”!!! But this is one seriously worthwhile school right here in Washpa, at the old Patten school. Message me if you’d like to help.