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Photo Gallery: Sharpsburg fundraiser

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Darrow Herd feeds his daughter Gianna during the fundraiser at Sharpsburg Family Worship Center on June 16, 2019.
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Bridget Kane volunteers to serve food during a fundraiser at the Sharpsburg Family Worship Center to help a family after a fire on Cecil Street.
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Laila Nicholson and Kamya Brown hold a sign inviting people to join them for the spaghetti dinner for the fundraiser for members of their family that lost everything in a house fire on April 30, 2019 on Cecil Street in Sharpsburg.
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Jordan and Brianna Cooley set up baskets and donated items for the auction at the Sharpsburg Family Worship Center to raise funds after they lost everything in a house fire on April 30, 2019.

Sharpsburg resident Sarah Moran, along with friends and family, hosted a spaghetti dinner fundraiser on June 16 at the Sharpsburg Family Worship Center on Clay Street.

Moran and her three children lost everything in a house fire at their home on Cecil Street on April 30, 2019. The fire was caused by faulty electrical wires, according to the Allegheny County Fire Marshal.

Donations are being accepted at Sharpsburg Family Worship Center. Call 412-799-0701.

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