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Murrysville tattoo parlor will host 3rd annual St. Jude fundraiser

For the third year in a row, Patriotic Pain Tattoo shop owner Scott Riddle of Greensburg will be making his mark in the fight against childhood cancer.

The Murrysville tattoo parlor will once swap donations for small cancer-ribbon tattoos on Sept. 10 from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., donating the proceeds to the Memphis-based St. Jude Children’s Hospital.

Tattoos will be given in exchange for a $15 donation. Riddle was inspired to start the fundraiser by friends whose 4-year-old daughter was suffering with late-stage cancer.

The shop is at 5658 William Penn Highway in Murrysville.

For more, call 724-325-6374 or visit Riddle’s Facebook page .

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