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Friday - November 16, 2012

Keith Hodan | Tribune-Review - Bruno Berry, a sophomore at Carnegie Mellon University, practices slacklining stunts on the campus of the Oakland school, Friday, November 16th, 2012. He and friends spent the sunny afternoon working on tricks and stunts on the nylon webbing, which while taut, still stretches and bounces.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>  Keith Hodan | Tribune-Review</em></div>Bruno Berry, a sophomore at Carnegie Mellon University, practices slacklining stunts on the campus of the Oakland school, Friday, November 16th, 2012. He and friends spent the sunny afternoon working on tricks and stunts on the nylon webbing, which while taut, still stretches and bounces.
Justin Merriman | Tribune-Review - Bishop David Zubik leads a prayer as part of the Christian Leaders Fellowship, an ecumenical group of local bishops and denominational executives, that held a prayer service at the annual dedication of the Pittsburgh Crèche, on Friday, November 16 at noon in the plaza in front of US Steel Towers on Grant Street, Downtown.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em> Justin Merriman | Tribune-Review </em></div>Bishop David Zubik leads a prayer as part of the Christian Leaders Fellowship, an ecumenical group of local bishops and denominational executives, that held a prayer service at the annual dedication of the Pittsburgh Crèche, on Friday, November 16 at noon in the plaza in front of US Steel Towers on Grant Street, Downtown.
Keith Hodan | Tribune-Review - Cheryl Temple comforts her husband, Jim, as he becomes emotional while reading the famous New York Sun editorial reply to the letter written by his grandmother, Virginia O'Hanlon, about the existence of Santa Claus. The couple, from New York, were part of the Toys for Tots kickoff at Carnegie Mellon University in Oakland, Friday, November 16th, 2012. Students from the school's engineering program and the university police teamed up to encourage the university community and surrounding neighborhoods to donate unwrapped toys to the local drive. It ties into the national U.S. Marine Corps program that has been collecting toys for needy children since the early 1950's. Cheryl Temple read the letter written by 8-year-old Virginia in 1897, and Jim Temple then read the original unsigned response, published on September 21st, 1897, that was written by Francis P. Church. At right is the Navy R.O.T.C Color Guard, consisting of engineering students from CMU.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em> Keith Hodan | Tribune-Review</em></div>Cheryl Temple comforts her husband, Jim, as he becomes emotional while reading the famous New York Sun editorial reply to the letter written by his grandmother, Virginia O'Hanlon, about the existence of Santa Claus. The couple, from New York, were part of the Toys for Tots kickoff at Carnegie Mellon University in Oakland, Friday, November 16th, 2012. Students from the school's engineering program and the university police teamed up to encourage the university community and surrounding neighborhoods to donate unwrapped toys to the local drive. It ties into the national U.S. Marine Corps program that has been collecting toys for needy children since the early 1950's.    Cheryl Temple read the letter written by 8-year-old Virginia in 1897, and Jim Temple then read the original unsigned response, published on September 21st, 1897, that was written by Francis P. Church.    At right is the Navy R.O.T.C Color Guard, consisting of engineering students from CMU.
Keith Hodan | Tribune-Review - University of Pittsburgh seniors Desiree White and William Middleton, along with over 70 other volunteers, plant an American elm tree along the Martin Luther King Jr. East Busway in Homewood, Friday, November 16th, 2012. The volunteers worked together to plant almost 300 trees, the final piece to the Busway Landscape Strategy. The plan is an initiative led by the city's Urban Redevelopment Authority, which aims to transform the busway slope into a green community asset that will strengthen market values while reducing noise and air pollution. White was representing the Zeta Phi Beta sorority, while Middleton represented the Phi Beta Sigma fraternity.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em> Keith Hodan | Tribune-Review</em></div>University of Pittsburgh seniors Desiree White and William Middleton, along with over 70 other volunteers, plant an American elm tree along the Martin Luther King Jr. East Busway in Homewood, Friday, November 16th, 2012. The volunteers worked together to plant almost 300 trees, the final piece to the Busway Landscape Strategy. The plan is an initiative led by the city's Urban Redevelopment Authority, which aims to transform the busway slope into a green community asset that will strengthen market values while reducing noise and air pollution.    White was representing the Zeta Phi Beta sorority, while Middleton represented the Phi Beta Sigma fraternity.
Keith Hodan | Tribune-Review - Volunteers plant trees along the Martin Luther King Jr. East Busway in Homewood, Friday, November 16th, 2012. The 70 volunteers worked together to plant almost 300 trees, the final piece to the Busway Landscape Strategy. The plan is an initiative led by the city's Urban Redevelopment Authority, which aims to transform the busway slope into a green community asset that will strengthen market values while reducing noise and air pollution.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em> Keith Hodan | Tribune-Review</em></div>Volunteers plant trees along the Martin Luther King Jr. East Busway in Homewood, Friday, November 16th, 2012. The 70 volunteers worked together to plant almost 300 trees, the final piece to the Busway Landscape Strategy. The plan is an initiative led by the city's Urban Redevelopment Authority, which aims to transform the busway slope into a green community asset that will strengthen market values while reducing noise and air pollution.
Keith Hodan | Tribune-Review - Erin Graney (left,) of Bloomfield and Ashton Armstrong, along with over 70 other volunteers, plant a red pine tree along the Martin Luther King Jr. East Busway in Homewood, Friday, November 16th, 2012. The volunteers worked together to plant almost 300 trees, the final piece to the Busway Landscape Strategy. The plan is an initiative led by the city's Urban Redevelopment Authority, which aims to transform the busway slope into a green community asset that will strengthen market values while reducing noise and air pollution. Graney and Armstrong were representing Americorps Vista members.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em> Keith Hodan | Tribune-Review</em></div>Erin Graney (left,) of Bloomfield and Ashton Armstrong, along with over 70 other volunteers, plant a red pine tree along the Martin Luther King Jr. East Busway in Homewood, Friday, November 16th, 2012. The volunteers worked together to plant almost 300 trees, the final piece to the Busway Landscape Strategy. The plan is an initiative led by the city's Urban Redevelopment Authority, which aims to transform the busway slope into a green community asset that will strengthen market values while reducing noise and air pollution.     Graney and Armstrong were representing Americorps Vista members.
Keith Hodan | Tribune-Review - Pittsburgh Job Corps members Greg Applegarth, Thomas Hall, Charles Crenshaw, Brennon Johnson, Yasrell Richardson, and Jennifer Isacco (from left,) along with over 70 other volunteers, plant a Western oak along the Martin Luther King Jr. East Busway in Homewood, Friday, November 16th, 2012. The volunteers worked together to plant almost 300 trees, the final piece to the Busway Landscape Strategy. The plan is an initiative led by the city's Urban Redevelopment Authority, which aims to transform the busway slope into a green community asset that will strengthen market values while reducing noise and air pollution.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>  Keith Hodan | Tribune-Review</em></div>Pittsburgh Job Corps members Greg Applegarth, Thomas Hall, Charles Crenshaw, Brennon Johnson, Yasrell Richardson, and Jennifer Isacco (from left,) along with over 70 other volunteers, plant a Western oak along the Martin Luther King Jr. East Busway in Homewood, Friday, November 16th, 2012. The volunteers worked together to plant almost 300 trees, the final piece to the Busway Landscape Strategy. The plan is an initiative led by the city's Urban Redevelopment Authority, which aims to transform the busway slope into a green community asset that will strengthen market values while reducing noise and air pollution.

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