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The WEECC Is No Longer Active

Our community is now represented by the:
Elliott Community Group

In late 2010 community involvement with the West End Elliott Citizens Council ceased after 47 years of service. This started with the loss of two very active friends and neighbors: Elmer Clark who passed on in 2009, and Norene Beatty who moved to another nearby community. The last known participant was Matt Hogue.

These pages are no longer maintainted, and remain online for historical review.
Overlook Dedicated In Memory Of Elmer

Dedication Plaque Family and Mayor Elmer M. Clark
Elmer M Clark
Sept. 29, 1940 - Dec. 3, 2009
He was one of the greatest assets that the West End Elliott Citizens Council ever had. He lived and breathed for the children and the community. - Norene Beatty

View and sign Elmer's remberence guestbook
Also see Post Gazette: news story, and obituary.

- The communities with a view -
Why the "white space" at the bottom of some pages (like the  lists page)?

Pages that have "named anchors" (e.g. <a NAME="link_destination"></a>, also called a target) within them need to have a enough space at the bottom so that all browsers can scroll each "target-anchor" to the top of the page when a link jumps to the anchor. If there is not enough page space below an anchor, then jumping into the page using that target anchor may not place the anchor at the top of the page (at least in some browsers). This would be an inconsitent, and confusing interface for the user. For example: this bad link to a named anchor below should place the text "White Space For Anchors" at the top of the page, but instead puts it at the bottom of the page since there is no white space below it; on the other hand, this good link puts "Why the..." right at the top of the page since there is plenty of white below.

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Modified: 9/14/1999 7:46:10 PM

White space for anchors, read me.