Orchard Park Neighborhood Association

Orchard Park Neighborhood Association


Welcome to the Orchard Park Neighborhood Association (OPNA) Website. The OPNA has been serving the Orchard Park community since 2008. 



Click here for a list of local churches and fire halls providing fish dinners and other eats during Lent. 


The 2014 Membership Drive will begin in April.  Watch your mailbox for our annual mailing which, in addition to membership forms, contains valuable information on upcoming OPNA events and programs.   

Pine Creek Cemetery - Sunday, May 4, 1:00 PM

Orchard Park residents are invited to attend a special service being planned to remember a figure from our history.  On Sunday, May 4th, at 1 PM, we will gather at the Pine Creek Cemetery (on North Pioneer Road behind the Quality Inn) to remember Richard Morrow, on the 150th anniversary of his death at the Battle of the Wilderness in 1864.  Richard was the youngest son of Richard and Mary Morrow, early pioneers who settled the land upon which a large part of Orchard Park now sits.   We thought it fitting to remember this young man and acknowledge his sacrifice as the nation observes the Civil War's sesquicentennial.  Pastor Dan Muttart of the First Presbyterian Church of Bakerstown will be participating in the service as will re-enactors from the 9th Pennsylvania Reserves.  Among them will be Jim Smith, whose march to Gettysburg for the 150th anniversary of that battle was covered in a Post-Gazette article last year. 


1st Place ----- The Bursick/Barsolo Family  - 1236 Woodhill Drive  -  A $75 donation was
                          made in their name to the West Deer Dog Shelter. 

2nd Place ---- The Gross Family  -  1144 Woodhill Drive  -  A $50 donation was made in
                         their name to Rebuilding Together Pittsburgh.

3rd Place ----  The Buriak Family  -  330 Forestwood Drive  -  A $25 donation was made
                        in their name to the Allegheny Land Trust - Pittsburgh Cut Flower Project.
                        They also chose to match our donation with an additional $25 contribution to the Cut Flower Project. 

Although not eligible for prizes, the homes rounding out the judges' top five picks were:

The Orellana family 1009 Cider Mill Drive

The Gabor family 604 Greenspring Drive 

Thanks to everyone who entered!
To see photos of the prize winners click on the  "Recent Events" tab.    

Thanks to everyone who supported this year's sale, and helped us surpass our $1000 goal.  When added to the money donated through the Holiday Decorating Contest, we were able to send a total of $1110.00 to the Allegheny Land Trust to support the Pittsburgh Cut Flower Project!


Orchard Park Neighborhood Association
Gibsonia, PA 15044

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