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FUNDRAISER

Troy Hill -- Most Holy Name Church, 1700 Harpster St., will hold an Oldies Dance fundraiser with DJ Terry Lee on June 1. A meet and greet is scheduled for 7 p.m., the dance starts at 8 p.m. Admission is $10 per person. Food, draft beer, mixers and bottled water will be available for purchase. Reserved seating is available. Advanced ticket sales only. Tickets are on sale at the church's Rectory, 412-231-2994, ext 3., and The Attic Record Store in Millvale, 412-821-8484.

Hampton -- St. Paul's United Methodist Church, Ferguson Road, will host a "Dinner and Mark Twain" fundraiser for North Hills Community Outreach at 6 p.m. June 12. Alan Solter will perform as Mark Twain. A silent auction, dinner and desserts and music by the North Allegheny Fiddlers are also a part of the event which is being sponsored by Dollar Bank and Mars National Bank. Tickets are $30. To reserve by June 4, please contact Cheryl at 412-487-6316, option 1.

MEETINGS

McCandless -- Longvue Acres Garden Club will meet from 7:30 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at Northmont United Presbyterian Church, 8169 Perry Highway. Guest speaker Sandy Csikari, Penn State University master gardener, will recommend low maintenance plants to use in landscaping. Information: Claudia at 412-367-3066.

SPORTS

Cranberry -- Team tryouts for Stars United Soccer Club begin June 3 at Graham Park and North Boundary Park. For dates, times, locations and a printable tryout form: www.starsunited.org.

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