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Tawnya Panizzi
| Friday, Aug. 3, 2018, 1:57 p.m.
More than 200 mentors (Bigs) and mentees (Littles) from Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Pittsburgh celebrated the group’s annual summer picnic on July 28 at Camp Guyasuta in O’Hara.Attendees were treated to scavenger hunts, swimming and other sports at the 175-acre Boy Scout-owned facility.
More than 200 mentors (Bigs) and mentees (Littles) from Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Pittsburgh celebrated the group’s annual summer picnic on July 28 at Camp Guyasuta in O’Hara.Attendees were treated to scavenger hunts, swimming and other sports at the 175-acre Boy Scout-owned facility.
More than 200 mentors (Bigs) and mentees (Littles) from Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Pittsburgh celebrated the group’s annual summer picnic on July 28 at Camp Guyasuta in O’Hara.Attendees were treated to scavenger hunts, swimming and other sports at the 175-acre Boy Scout-owned facility.
More than 200 mentors (Bigs) and mentees (Littles) from Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Pittsburgh celebrated the group’s annual summer picnic on July 28 at Camp Guyasuta in O’Hara.Attendees were treated to scavenger hunts, swimming and other sports at the 175-acre Boy Scout-owned facility.
More than 200 mentors (Bigs) and mentees (Littles) from Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Pittsburgh celebrated the group’s annual summer picnic on July 28 at Camp Guyasuta in O’Hara.Attendees were treated to scavenger hunts, swimming and other sports at the 175-acre Boy Scout-owned facility.
More than 200 mentors (Bigs) and mentees (Littles) from Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Pittsburgh celebrated the group’s annual summer picnic on July 28 at Camp Guyasuta in O’Hara.Attendees were treated to scavenger hunts, swimming and other sports at the 175-acre Boy Scout-owned facility.
More than 200 mentors (Bigs) and mentees (Littles) from Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Pittsburgh celebrated the group’s annual summer picnic on July 28 at Camp Guyasuta in O’Hara.Attendees were treated to scavenger hunts, swimming and other sports at the 175-acre Boy Scout-owned facility.
More than 200 mentors (Bigs) and mentees (Littles) from Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Pittsburgh celebrated the group’s annual summer picnic on July 28 at Camp Guyasuta in O’Hara.Attendees were treated to scavenger hunts, swimming and other sports at the 175-acre Boy Scout-owned facility.

More than 200 mentors (Bigs) and mentees (Littles) from Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Pittsburgh celebrated the group’s annual summer picnic on July 28 at Camp Guyasuta in O’Hara.

The 175-acre Boy Scout-owned facility sees more than 30,000 people each year utilizing its rope course, walking trail and basketball courts.

For this event, attendees were treated to scavenger hunts, swimming and other sports.

Big Brothers Big Sisters was founded in 1965 as a youth mentoring agency to develop relationships providing children ages 6 to 18 with a solid foundation. The target population includes children from single-parent families, low-income households and underperforming schools. For more, visit bbbspgh.org.

Tawnya Panizzi is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Tawnya at 412-782-2121, ext. 2, tpanizzi@tribweb.com or via Twitter @tawnyatrib.

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