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Friday - March 1, 2013

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Dressed as Rapunzel with flowers in her hair, Kylie Gentilo makes her mother, Tara, smile with a hug, Friday, March 1st, 2013, at the Consol Energy Center. Kylie, along with five other young girls, were treated by the Make-A-Wish Foundation to an event where they were able to dress up as Disney princesses for a day, and meet performers and characters from the Disney On Ice show. The girls and their families also received free tickets to the show Friday night at the Consol Energy Center. Volunteers from the South Hills Beauty Academy assisted in styling the wigs and also in applying the princess make-up. Afterward, the new princesses got to walk the red carpet in a fashion show for their families. Keith Hodan | Tribune-Review
Dressed as Princess Jasmine, Jasmine McClintock, 11, of Monroeville, receives a hug from Mickey Mouse, Friday, March 1st, 2013, at the Consol Energy Center. Jasmine, along with five other young girls, were treated by the Make-A-Wish Foundation to an event where they were able to dress up as Disney princesses for a day, and meet performers and characters from the Disney On Ice show. The girls and their families also received free tickets to the show Friday night at the Consol Energy Center. Volunteers from the South Hills Beauty Academy assisted in styling the wigs and also in applying the princess make-up. Afterward, the new princesses got to walk the red carpet in a fashion show for their families. Keith Hodan | Tribune-Review
Dressed as Cinderella, Jasmine Rychorcewicz,11, of Fox Chapel, smiles as she looks in a mirror, Friday, March 1st, 2013, at the Consol Energy Center. Jasmine, along with five other young girls, were treated by the Make-A-Wish Foundation to an event where they were able to dress up as Disney princesses for a day, and meet performers and characters from the Disney On Ice show. The girls and their families also received free tickets to the show Friday night at the Consol Energy Center. Volunteers from the South Hills Beauty Academy assisted in styling the wigs and also in applying the princess make-up. Afterward, the new princesses got to walk the red carpet in a fashion show for their families. Keith Hodan | Tribune-Review
Erica Wilson, 4, of Forest Hills, shows off her painted fingernails and Princess Aurora costume as she visits with Mickey and Minnie Mouse, Friday, March 1st, 2013, at the Consol Energy Center. Erica, along with five other young girls, were treated by the Make-A-Wish Foundation to an event where they were able to dress up as Disney princesses for a day, and meet performers and characters from the Disney On Ice show. The girls and their families also received free tickets to the show Friday night at the Consol Energy Center. Volunteers from the South Hills Beauty Academy assisted in styling the wigs and also in applying the princess make-up. Afterward, the new princesses got to walk the red carpet in a fashion show for their families. Keith Hodan | Tribune-Review
Dressed as Princess Ariel from the Little Mermaid, Ariah Rogers, 6, from Somerset, Friday, March 1st, 2013, visits with Mickey and Minnie Mouse at the Consol Energy Center. Ariah, along with five other young girls, were treated by the Make-A-Wish Foundation to an event where they were able to dress up as Disney princesses for a day, and meet performers and characters from the Disney On Ice show. The girls and their families also received free tickets to the show Friday night at the Consol Energy Center. Volunteers from the South Hills Beauty Academy assisted in styling the wigs and also in applying the princess make-up. Afterward, the new princesses got to walk the red carpet in a fashion show for their families. Keith Hodan | Tribune-Review
Dressed as Snow White, Jasmine Quinn, 10, of Industry, reacts with joy as she visits with Mickey and Minnie Mouse, Friday, March 1st, 2013, at the Consol Energy Center. Jasmine, along with five other young girls, were treated by the Make-A-Wish Foundation to an event where they were able to dress up as Disney princesses for a day, and meet performers and characters from the Disney On Ice show. The girls and their families also received free tickets to the show Friday night at the Consol Energy Center. Volunteers from the South Hills Beauty Academy assisted in styling the wigs and also in applying the princess make-up. Afterward, the new princesses got to walk the red carpet in a fashion show for their families. Keith Hodan | Tribune-Review
Rescue workers extricate a passenger from a car that got wedged in a culvert off Pleasant Valley Road in Hempfield on March 1, 2013. Guy Wathen | Tribune-Review
Eric Felack, Valley News Dispatch
District Justice Frank J. Pallone Jr. of New Kensington reads 'The Cat In the Hat, The Movie' to fourth-graders at H.D. Berkey Elementary in Arnold on Friday, March 1, 2013 as part of national Dr. Seuss Read Across America Day. Members of the community read to students at all New Kensington-Arnold elementary schools. Eric Felack | Valley News Dispatch
Eric Felack, Valley News Dispatch
Framed in the horns of the Golden Ram mascot statue, Larry Bieranoski of Allegheny Township walks on the track at Highlands High School as part of a daily fitness program from his job at the nearby Allegheny Ludlum research facility in Harrison. Eric Felack | Valley News Dispatch
Pittsburgh Mayor Luke Ravenstahl gives a news conference in the mayor's conference room Friday March 1, 2013, in the City County Building downtown announcing he will not seek re-election. James Knox | Tribune-Review

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