Elliot resident wins at the Redd Up ‘Bob Awards’

Gina Turner, a Clean Pittsburgh steward in the Elliott neighborhood of Pittsburgh was selected “Volunteer of the Year” for 2011. She organizes and leads spring and fall Redd Ups in the neighborhood that contains the most visited city-view attractions, the West End Overlook.

The “Bob Awards”, named after late Mayor Bob O’Connor, were presented March 22, at the Schenley Park Ice Skating Ring meeting Room. Along with Ms. Turner six Public Work Department Supervisors received “Bobbies” as well.

Three neighborhoods also received “Bobbies”. South Side Flats and South Side Slops as Most Connected, Allentown as Most Improved, and Lawrenceville as Neighborhood of the Year.


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