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Photo gallery: End of Summer Concert and Picnic at Children's Hospital

| Monday, Aug. 26, 2013, 12:09 a.m.
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Stormy Richter, 5, of Waynesburg sips on a soft drink during the 4th Annual End of Summer Concert and Picnic for inpatients and their families at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh on Sunday August 25, 2013.
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Volunteer Margaret Snodgrass pauses to look at the progress with the facepaint she is applying to Kyzyah Jamison, 5, of Clairton at the 4th Annual End of Summer Concert and Picnic at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh on Sunday Aug. 25, 2013 for inpatients and their families.
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Veronica Crum, 8 of South Fork in Cambria County dances to the music of the Rhythms of Life Band at the 4th Annual End of Summer Concert and Picnic for patients and families at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh on Sunday Aug. 25, 2013.
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Cheryl Martin of Erie helps her son Aspen, 19 months, to hoop it up at the 4th Annual End of Summer Concert and Picnic at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh on Sunday Aug. 25, 2013.

Patients and their families got a free picnic and concert Sunday at Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh in Lawrenceville.

The annual End of Summer Concert and Picnic capped a year of family events sponsored by First Niagara bank at the hospital. Bank employees volunteered at the party.

The Music Smiles program of The Sonny Pugar Memorial — named for a local musician who died of cancer in 2004 — provides music from the Rhythms of Life Band each year. Music Smiles also sponsors performances at other hospitals and the monthly parents' night out at Children's.

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