Summer Guide: Your Source For Camps, Activities and more


The Northside Youth Summer Guide is out!

Not only is it currently on stands in more than 200 businesses, churches and organizations across the Northside, but it is now available online. Just read below to find out information about the guide.

For a PDF file of all the camps, as well as summer activities please click the link below for a packet of information you can keep out and print all summer long!

The Northside Youth Summer Guide was a joint effort between The Northside Chronicle and the Northside Health Improvement Partnership, a collection of businesses and organizations helping to improve the lives of youth across the Northside. We would also like to thank our generous sponsors, whose help has allowed us to list all the camps and activities, free of charge, to the many deserving groups on the Northside that dedicate their time and efforts to improving the lives of youth everywhere.

Our sponsors are listed below.

Allegheny General Hospital –

The Pittsburgh Pirates –

The Allegheny YMCA –

The American Heart Association Local Branch

The Northside Leadership Conference –

Here at The Northside Chronicle, we pledge that we will bring our readers the news that matters to them. Since 1985, our newspaper has made it its mission to provide the context and coverage that major news outlets won’t and we continue to work hard to produce top-notch coverage of our community. We believe that the Northside is a vibrant and engaging community, and we are proud to do our part to bring together people of all walks of life and provide them with a forum for community expression.

The Northside Health Improvement Partnership (NSHIP) is a collaborative effort of community and health related organizations. The mission of the NSHIP is to improve the health of all Northside residents. Participating members of NSHIP include but are not limited to Allegheny General Hospital, Northside Leadership Conference, Allegheny County Health Department, Central Northside Neighborhood Council, Councilwoman Darlene Harris, Councilwoman Tonya Payne, Northside Christian Health Center, American Heart Association, Highmark, VITAS Innovative Hospice Care, Mercy Behavioral Health, American Cancer Society, BRAVO Health, Gateway Health Plan, Community College of Allegheny County, Home Instead, Troy Hill Citizens, Inc., and Fineview Citizen’s Council.

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