You read about the special meeting and reception on Monday, Feb. 6, that commemorated Mt. Lebanon’s founding in 1912 and launched a year of celebratory Centennial events. Now see video from the event filmed and edited by the Public Information Office’s Judy Macoskey.
If you missed the fun this week, there will be plenty of events through the year including a bigger and better-than-ever July 4 celebration with fireworks and activities Uptown and a grand parade on the afternoon of Saturday, Sept. 8.
People who attended the February 6 celebration made toasts to Mt. Lebanon’s past and future and signed a guest book. If you’d your toasts, memories or remarks to be recorded for history, email them to email@example.com. We’ll publish them, along with pictures of the year’s celebrations, in our December issue.