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Thursday - June 20, 2013

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Marva Hale (front sitting), 66, of Baldwin, and Earl 'Cheech' Parker, of Beltzhoover, watch fellow bikers speed away as they sit outside the Jessop Employees Club in Washington at the after-funeral party for the late Vincent Kelley on Thursday, June 20, 2013. Vincent Kelley, 46 at the time of his death, was shot several times and killed at the Giant Eagle in North Strabane last Sunday, June 16, 2012, when he tried to subdue a bank robber who robbed the Citizen's Bank branch in the store. Kelley's brother Mark Kelley wore a t-shirt printed with the emblem of their motorcycle club 'Brothers of the Hammer' on the front and the name 'Mystro' written across the back. His late brother earned the name, he said, for his band leader ways and, 'Because he was always the one to get the ball rolling.' His surviving daughter, Sierra Kelley, 19, of Washington, gestured to the gathered crowd of people. 'This is what he did,' she said while holding her 9-month-old son, 'He brings people together.'
Mark Kelley (front), 42, of Washington, and Joe Kelley, 39, of Huston, stand outside the Jessop Employees Club in Washington as they gather with friends, family, and fellow bikers to remember their slain brother, Vincent Kelley, on Thursday, June 20, 2013. Vincent Kelley, 46 at the time of his death, was shot several times and killed at the Giant Eagle in North Strabane last Sunday, June 16, 2012, when he tried to subdue a bank robber who robbed the Citizen's Bank branch in the store. Mark Kelley wore a t-shirt printed with the emblem of their motorcycle club 'Brothers of the Hammer' on the front and the name 'Mystro' written across the back. His late brother earned the name, he said, for his band leader ways and, 'Because he was always the one to get the ball rolling.'
Sierra Kelley, 19, of Washington, holds her nine-month-old son Romeo Porter, also of Washington, as she sits on the motorcycle of her late father, Vincent Kelley, at a party after his funeral in Washington on Thursday, June 20, 2013. Vincent Kelley, 46 at the time of his death, was shot several times and killed at the Giant Eagle in North Strabane last Sunday, June 16, 2012, when he tried to subdue a bank robber who robbed the Citizen's Bank branch in the store. A crowd of fellow 'Brothers of the Hammer' bikers, family, and friends gathered on Thursday at the Jessop Employees Club to celebrate his life. 'This is what he did,' said his daughter Sierra Kelley as she held her son, 'He brings people together.'
Andrew Russell | Tribune-Review
Emmie Martin, 2 of Mount Washington splashes in the water at the fountain at South Side Works, June 20, 2013.
Sidney Davis | Tribune-Review
Caleb Sonafelt, age 5 of Monroeville, splashes around in the Garden City Pool in Monroeville on Thursday June 20, 2013. Hs mother Angela Jones watches from behind the boy.
Sidney Davis | Tribune-Review
Alex Lazor, age 16, does a backflip into the Garden City Pool in Monroeville on Thursday June 20, 2013. Alex works as a lifeguard at the community pool.
Philip G. Pavely | Tribune-Review
Edgewood residents Ruth and Wil Rouleau (from left) purchase some strawberries from Justin and Jeff McKinney on the opening day of the Wilkinsburg Farmer's Market from Thursday, June 20, 2013. JJ McKinney Farm, from Zelienople, has been attending the annual summer market for most of the 20 years it has served the community.
Keith Hodan | Tribune-Review
Paden Shoaf, 10, of Moon, rides his Ripstick along the North Shore, Thursday, June 20, 2013.
Keith Hodan | Tribune-Review
Ava DeBruyn (left), 4 1/2, and her sister, Cora, 2, lure geese along the Allegheny River on the North Shore on Thursday, June 20, 2013.
Justin Merriman | Tribune-Review
Eric Whistler, 11, of O'Hara Township, (center), his sister, Maria, 13, (right) and cousin, Drew Meinert, (left), enjoy the warm weather as they spend time on the water at North Park Lake on Thursday afternoon, June 20, 2013.
Eric Felack | Valley News Dispatch
From left, Lillian Gibbon, 8, Emily Orris, 12, and Kyle Orris, 15, are joined by Dario Marsili, 16, all of Vandergrift, in clearing out weeds and mulching around trees on Grant Avenue in Vandergrift as part of the Vandergrift Improvement Program's borough cleanup initiative on Thursday, June 20, 2013.
Jasmine Goldband | Tribune-Review
Bentley Bondy, 23 of Mount Lebanon walks along Fort Pitt Boulevard, Downtown Thursday evening casting a long shadow from the sun. 'I was exploring around Downtown,' she said. Friday is the longest day of sunlight all year also know as the summer solstice.
Lindsay Dill | Tribune-Review
Kristen Williams, 5, of Greensburg fires a hydraulic water launcher as Mayme Morgan , 3, of Greensburg screams in playful terror at the Keystone State Park beach on Friday, June 21, 2013 .

Daily images from around the region by Trib Total Media staff photographers.

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