Steelers’ Cameron Heyward to host 30th birthday party with Boys & Girls Club |

Steelers’ Cameron Heyward to host 30th birthday party with Boys & Girls Club

Chris Adamski
Steelers defensive end Cameron Heyward visits with youth football players before practice Thursday, July 26, 2018, at Saint Vincent.

Cameron Heyward isn’t letting the Big 3-0 prevent him from celebrating like a kid.

The Pittsburgh Steelers star defensive lineman is scheduled to host a party Tuesday at Dave & Busters. The third annual “Heyward House Birthday Bash” will benefit his namesake foundation that benefits children’s causes — and on the invite list are children from the Boys & Girls Club of Western Pennsylvania.

Heyward and Steelers teammates will play arcade-style games with the youngsters — and serve them dinner, including, of course, birthday cake.

“Having this opportunity to spend time with the children that we work to support in our community means the world to me and is one of my favorite days of the year,” Heyward said in a statement. “We are going to have some fun and a great afternoon for these very deserving kids.”

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Chris Adamski is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Chris by email at [email protected] or via Twitter .

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