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Saturday - April 13, 2013

| Saturday, April 13, 2013, 9:00 p.m.
Keith Hodan | Tribune-Review
Jayme Satterwhite, of Garfield, and other volunteers work together to build a new playground in Homewood, Saturday, April 13th, 2013.
Heidi Murrin | Tribune-Review
Kathy DiLorenzo with her apartment building, The Encore, rear in Pittsburgh Saturday, April 13, 2013.
Keith Hodan | Tribune-Review
Local mayors (from left,) Aliquippa Mayor Dwan Walker, Edgewood Mayor Ed Cook, and Wilkinsburg Mayor John Thompson listen as State Representative Ed Gainey speaks at a community meeting in Wilkinsburg to drum up support for the Manchin / Toomey legislation, Saturday, April 13th, 2013.
Keith Hodan | Tribune-Review
KaBOOM! volunteer Courtney Counts (left) of Washington, D.C., and Megan Leake, a University of Pittsburgh student, work together to assemble a piece of equipment at a new playground in Homewood, Saturday, April 13th, 2013. The playground is located in Homewood Children's Village on Kelly Street.
Keith Hodan | Tribune-Review
KaBOOM! volunteer Courtney Counts (front) of Washington, D.C., and Megan Leake, a University of Pittsburgh student, work together to assemble a piece of equipment at a new playground in Homewood, Saturday, April 13th, 2013. The playground is located in Homewood Children's Village on Kelly Street.
Keith Hodan | Tribune-Review
Alicia Young, 8, of Sto-Rox, gives her mentor, Chayce Bianchin, a hug during the Jump Into Spring Event at the Jewish Community Center in Squirrel Hill, Saturday, April 13th, 2013. The Strong Women, Strong Girls event featured 160 college-age women and 530 local young girls participating in healthy activities designed to empower the young girls.
Keith Hodan | Tribune-Review
Alicia Young, 8, of Sto-Rox, gives her mentor, Chayce Bianchin, a hug during the Jump Into Spring Event at the Jewish Community Center in Squirrel Hill, Saturday, April 13th, 2013. The Strong Women, Strong Girls event featured 160 college-age women and 530 local young girls participating in healthy activities designed to empower the young girls.

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