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Event at Monroeville Community Pool benefits families impacted by SIDS

| Friday, Aug. 31, 2018, 5:42 a.m.
Celebrating the end of summer. The Little Fox-Toby's Foundation partnered with the Monroeville Community Pool, the Monroeville Department of Parks and Recreation and Dad's Pub 'n Grub to host a Back to School at Monroeville Pool on Wednesday, August 29. Rylee Dayton, 5, and Luciana Kapp, 6, cool off under the giant umbrella water spray. Both girls are from Monroeville.  Proceeds from the event will go towards The Little Fox - Toby's Foundation, founded by Katie and Dan Stern of Monroeville following the sudden death of their infant son. Through the foundation the Stern's hope to raise awarness and support for other local families dealing with SIDS.  Lillian DeDomenic  |  For The Tribune Review
Celebrating the end of summer. The Little Fox-Toby's Foundation partnered with the Monroeville Community Pool, the Monroeville Department of Parks and Recreation and Dad's Pub 'n Grub to host a Back to School at Monroeville Pool on Wednesday, August 29. Rylee Dayton, 5, and Luciana Kapp, 6, cool off under the giant umbrella water spray. Both girls are from Monroeville. Proceeds from the event will go towards The Little Fox - Toby's Foundation, founded by Katie and Dan Stern of Monroeville following the sudden death of their infant son. Through the foundation the Stern's hope to raise awarness and support for other local families dealing with SIDS. Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune Review
Celebrating the end of summer. The Little Fox-Toby's Foundation partnered with the Monroeville Community Pool, the Monroeville Department of Parks and Recreation and Dad's Pub 'n Grub to host a Back to School at Monroeville Pool on Wednesday, August 29. Shawnra Wynn helps Cora Whetstone, 6, tie dye her very own Little Fox t-shirt. The shirts were sold at part of the fundraiser. Proceeds from the event will go towards The Little Fox - Toby's Foundation, founded by Katie and Dan Stern of Monroeville following the sudden death of their infant son. Through the foundation the Stern's hope to raise awarness and support for other local families dealing with SIDS.  Lillian DeDomenic  |  For The Tribune Review
Celebrating the end of summer. The Little Fox-Toby's Foundation partnered with the Monroeville Community Pool, the Monroeville Department of Parks and Recreation and Dad's Pub 'n Grub to host a Back to School at Monroeville Pool on Wednesday, August 29. Shawnra Wynn helps Cora Whetstone, 6, tie dye her very own Little Fox t-shirt. The shirts were sold at part of the fundraiser. Proceeds from the event will go towards The Little Fox - Toby's Foundation, founded by Katie and Dan Stern of Monroeville following the sudden death of their infant son. Through the foundation the Stern's hope to raise awarness and support for other local families dealing with SIDS. Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune Review
Celebrating the end of summer. The Little Fox-Toby's Foundation partnered with the Monroeville Community Pool, the Monroeville Department of Parks and Recreation and Dad's Pub 'n Grub to host a Back to School at Monroeville Pool on Wednesday, August 29. Rylee Dayton, 5, Luciana Kapp, 6, and Grace Supancic, 5, cool off under the giant umbrella water spray. Proceeds from the event will go towards The Little Fox - Toby's Foundation, founded by Katie and Dan Stern of Monroeville following the sudden death of their infant son. Through the foundation the Stern's hope to raise awarness and support for other local families dealing with SIDS.  Lillian DeDomenic  |  For The Tribune Review
Celebrating the end of summer. The Little Fox-Toby's Foundation partnered with the Monroeville Community Pool, the Monroeville Department of Parks and Recreation and Dad's Pub 'n Grub to host a Back to School at Monroeville Pool on Wednesday, August 29. Rylee Dayton, 5, Luciana Kapp, 6, and Grace Supancic, 5, cool off under the giant umbrella water spray. Proceeds from the event will go towards The Little Fox - Toby's Foundation, founded by Katie and Dan Stern of Monroeville following the sudden death of their infant son. Through the foundation the Stern's hope to raise awarness and support for other local families dealing with SIDS. Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune Review

The Little Fox-Toby’s Foundation partnered with the Monroeville Community Pool, the Monroeville Department of Parks and Recreation and Dad’s Pub ‘n Grub to host a fundraiser event at Monroeville Pool on Aug. 29. Proceeds from the event will go towards The Little Fox-Toby’s Foundation, founded by Katie and Dan Stern of Monroeville following the sudden death of their infant son. Through the foundation, the Sterns hope to raise awareness and support for other local families impacted by SIDS.

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