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Butler County, PA Treasures: A Mother’s Day Gift Guide

Published: May 4th, 2021 - by: Maria

Mother’s Day is about celebrating the special ladies in your life, whether that be a wife, mom, stepmom, grandmother, aunt, godmother, caregiver, or other positive female mother figures and mentors. Say thank you for everything she does by cherishing her this Mother’s Day with special quality time and locally-sourced presents. We know it can be difficult to pick out the perfect gift, so we made sure to include something for every kind of price point and every kind of mom in this Mother’s Day Gift Guide of Butler County treasures.


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How Can I Support Local Businesses? SHOPPING Edition

Published: March 20th, 2020 - by: Website Manager

Cabin fever getting the best of you?  Itching to shop till you drop? We’ve compiled a list of stores that would be thrilled to have your business!  Many local stores have put in lots of work modifying their business models to change with the new mandates and suggestions to keep their customers happy and healthy.


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How Can I Support Local Businesses? Let's Talk About Our Takeout

Published: March 17th, 2020 - by: Website Manager

Local businesses are turning to creative solutions and innovations in order to keep their business thriving during a challenging situation. In the midst of an environment of ever changing updates and modifications, our community remains constant - we support one another!  We want our community businesses to know that we’re here for them.


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Butler County Libraries

Published: March 10th, 2020 - by: Kiley

Public libraries have a history rich with innovation and determined individuals.  Andrew Carnegie paved the way for many of the libraries in Butler County through funding and advocating.  In addition to his contributions, local Women’s clubs championed for public libraries. These women not only took care of the day-to-day tasks of running the libraries but also gathered books and oversaw funding and staffing.  


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