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Gallery: Photos from around the Fox Chapel area

| Wednesday, May 2, 2012, 8:26 p.m.
Maria Powers helps Joey McGivney get ready to drop his T-shirt into a bucket of dye on Commercial Avenue in Aspinwall as part of a borough fun that featured tie-dyeing. Photo by Jan Pakler
Will Moyer, 22, of Fox Chapel, second from the left, leads a group of friends and supporters across the Hot Metal Bridge in Pittsburgh. Moyer is a member of a group of Grove City alumni who rode across the country to raise $25,000 for a needs-based, diversity scholarship. Andrew Russell | Tribune-Review
Maylee Lazzari plays in sprinkler at the community park in Blawnox as a rainbow forms around her. Photo by Jan Pakler
Player Morris, 3, and her brother, Cameron, 2, try to beat the heat over the weekend by running through the sprinklers in front of their home in Aspinwall. Photo by Jan Pakler
The boys from Elijah Straw’s Aspinwall baseball team take a knee and pause in a moment of remembrance for their teammate, who was killed in a car accident. Photo by Jan Pakler.
The colorful flower pots were a big draw at the Tapestry and Tassels booth during the Gardenfest event at Boyd Community Center on Saturday, May 12, 2012. Photo by Jan Pakler

This is a gallery of photographs taken in and around the Fox Chapel, Apsinwall and Blawnox communities.

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