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RMU class holds pie-eating contest benefit

| Wednesday, April 16, 2014, 12:48 p.m.
Kristina Serafini | Sewickley He
'Chef Ed' Moore of West Aliquippa (second from right) reacts after winning a pie-eating contest inside Robert Morris University's Nicholson Center on Friday, April 11, 2014. The event, organized by Sewickley resident Jessica Scioscia and other undergraduate students in Dr. Ann Jabro's Communication Seminar class, was held to raise money for the Delta Foundation of Pittsburgh.
Kristina Serafini | Sewickley He
'Chef Ed' Moore of West Aliquippa laughs as he gets ready dig into a whipped cream pie during a pie-eating contest inside Robert Morris University's Nicholson Center on Friday, April 11, 2014. The event, organized by Sewickley resident Jessica Scioscia and other undergraduate students in Dr. Ann Jabro's Communication Seminar class, was held to raise money for the Delta Foundation of Pittsburgh.

A pie-eating contest was held Friday, April 11, 2014, at Robert Morris University's Nicholson Center to raise money for the Delta Foundation of Pittsburgh.

The event was organized by Sewickley resident Jessica Scioscia and other undergraduate students in Ann Jabro's Communication Seminar class.

The Delta Foundation of Pittsburgh hosts events such as Pittsburgh Pride and raises awareness of LGBT issues.

Kristina Serafini is a photographer and staff writer for Trib Total Media. She can be reached at 412-324-1405 or kserafini@tribweb.com.

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