University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg holds 'dream' fund-raiser
By The Tribune-Review
Published: Thursday, March 14, 2013, 12:01 a.m.
The faculty and staff at the University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg will play against the school's students in a charity basketball game to benefit a Greensburg girl battling cancer.
The game to benefit Kaeleigh Beregi, 9, will be held on the Greensburg campus March 21.
Kaeleigh was recently granted her dream of a princess party by the White Oak-based nonprofit group Jamie's Dream Team. The party was partly sponsored by the Pitt-Greensburg Student Government Association, Dream Team founder Jamie Holmes said.
The 7 p.m. game at Chambers Hall will feature a half-time program dedicated to Kaeleigh, as well as numerous raffles on items ranging from tickets to Penguins and Pirates games to signed Steelers merchandise, a television and jewelry. Game admission is $3.
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