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Monroeville celebrates 2nd Community Day

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A foam party? Why not? Althea Mason, 5, is having the time of her life at Monroeville’s 2nd annual Community Day. The event kicked off with a 5K run/walk race followed by a day-long celebration with food and craft vendors, kids activities, and live entertainment featuring American Idol contestant Nate Walker. The event, held July 27, was presented by The Monroeville Foundation, Forbes Hospital and the Allegheny Health Network.
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Carson Aikins, 7, is having the time of his life at the afternoon foam party during Monroeville’s 2nd annual Community Day. The event kicked off with a 5K run/walk race followed by a day-long celebration with food and craft vendors, kids activities, and live entertainment featuring American Idol contestant Nate Walker. The event, held July 27, was presented by The Monroeville Foundation, Forbes Hospital and the Allegheny Health Network. A foam party was the highlight of the afternoon.
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Taryn Hanechak, 4, walks hand-in-hand through Monroeville Community Park with grandpa, Steven Hanechak. Monroeville’s 2nd annual Community Day kicked off with a 5K run/walk race followed by a day-long celebration with food and craft vendors, kids activities, and live entertainment featuring American Idol contestant Nate Walker. The event, held July 27, was presented by The Monroeville Foundation, Forbes Hospital and the Allegheny Health Network.
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Taryn Hanechak, 4, waits “in the wings” for local artist Kim Sauers to add the finishing touches to her balloon sculpture. Monroeville’s 2nd annual Community Day kicked off with a 5K run/walk race followed by a day-long celebration with food and craft vendors, kids activities, and live entertainment featuring American Idol contestant Nate Walker. The event, held July 27, was presented by The Monroeville Foundation, Forbes Hospital and the Allegheny Health Network.
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Tyeere Dorsey, 6, and Kamari Dorsey, 3, make friends with Spiderman at the Forbes Hospital/AHN tent. Monroeville’s 2nd annual Community Day kicked off with a 5K run/walk race followed by a day-long celebration with food and craft vendors, kids activities, and live entertainment featuring American Idol contestant Nate Walker. The event, held July 27, was presented by The Monroeville Foundation, Forbes Hospital and the Allegheny Health Network.

Monroeville’s 2nd annual Community Day kicked off with a 5K run/walk race followed by a daylong celebration with food and craft vendors, kids activities and live entertainment featuring “American Idol” contestant Nate Walker. The event, held July 27, was presented by The Monroeville Foundation, Forbes Hospital and Allegheny Health Network.

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