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‘Benevolent bash’ benefits Beverly’s Birthdays

Mary Pickels
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Beverly’s Birthdays will partner with Wigle Whiskey for an upcoming fundraiser for the North Huntingdon nonprofit providing needy children with birthday cheer.

Sweet treats and beverages will be on the menu when North Huntingdon nonprofit Beverly’s Birthdays teams up with Wigle Whiskey and Level 7 for a fundraising “Birthday Benevolence Bash.”

The 5-8 p.m. June 21 event at Level 7 lounge at the AC Hotel Pittsburgh, 1126 Smallman St., Pittsburgh, will benefit the charity that works to ensure needy area children enjoy a birthday celebration.

During the event, and through the end of June, $7 of each Wigle Whiskey Wigle-Rita sold at Level 7 will be donated to Beverly’s Birthdays.

Guests can enjoy free Wigle Whiskey samples, birthday treats from Nothing Bundt Cakes and raffle prizes from La Prima Espresso and Wigle, along with a grand prize of a Level 7 happy hour for the winner and 10 coworkers.

Details: 724-590-5106 or beverlysbirthdays.org .

Mary Pickels is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Mary at 724-836-5401, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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