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North Park site of Penguins Foundation event

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| Tuesday, January 8, 2019 11:21 a.m
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Westin Kerr, 4, of Allison Park, gives Iceburgh a high-five during a Penguins Foundation program called “Give Hockey a Shot,” on Saturday, Jan. 5, 2019 at North Park Skating Rink.
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Iceburgh plays goalie during a Penguins Foundation program called “Give Hockey a Shot,” on Saturday, Jan. 5, 2019 at North Park.
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Cassie Grottenthaler, 12 , of McCandless, gets her face painted during a Penguins Foundation program called “Give Hockey a Shot,” on Saturday, Jan. 5, 2019 at North Park.
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Renee Mendicino, and Iceburgh help Ellie Mendicino, 4, with a skating lesson during a Penguins Foundation program on Saturday, Jan. 5, 2019 at North Park.
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Former Pittsburgh Penguin player Tyler Kennedy plays some one-on-one during a Penguins Foundation program called “Give Hockey a Shot,” on Saturday, Jan. 5, at North Park Skating Rink.

On Saturday, Jan. 5, 2019, at North Park Skating Rink, the Penguins Foundation hosted a program called “Give Hockey a Chance.” The event included former Pens star Tyler Kennedy, as well as team mascot Iceburgh, skating and playing with children from throughout the area.

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