On Nov. 30, 2019, at the Comfort Inn Rodi Road, The Pittsburgh Council of Men held their annual holiday dinner dance. PCM was joined by friends and family from hundreds of miles away. Guests enjoyed a great meal, dancing and yours truly as the emcee.
PCM came together in 1972 when a small group of men had an idea that something needed to be done about the oppressiveness and discomposure that existed in the community among youth and some of its senior citizens.
In the fall of 1972, Attorney George W. Shields, a PCM member, facilitated the incorporation as a non-profit organization of Pennsylvania.
Their first charity ball was held on Nov. 24, 1973 at the Blackridge Civic Association. Over the years PCM has donated thousands of dollars to various agencies and community organizations. President Don Trent says new members are welcome.
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by Debbie Norrell, Lifestyles Editor