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Pens, Highmark join for dek hockey initiative

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Tuesday, May 20, 2014, 6:18 p.m.

Five dek hockey rinks will be constructed in the region this summer as part of a Project Power Play initiative between the Penguins Foundation and Highmark.

The rinks are scheduled for Renzie Park in McKeesport, Bloomfield Park in Pittsburgh, Settler's Cabin in Oakdale, North Park in Allison Park and Graham Park in Cranberry.

Project Power Play is a $2.3 million initiative introduced in 2012 for the construction of 12 rinks over a four-year period. Six rinks have been built.

— Staff report

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