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| Thursday, November 20, 2014 5:24 p.m.
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Philip G. Pavely | Trib Total Media
The Penguins' Paul Martin serves a turkey to Hill District resident Raymond Burgess Thursday, Nov. 20, 2014. Penguins players distributed 100 free meals through the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank at the Hill House Kaufmann Center.
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Philip G. Pavely | Trib Total Media
In this file photo from Nov. 20, 2014, the Penguins' Beau Bennett distributes canned goods at the Hill House Kaufmann Center. Bennett is current undergoing a test for mumps, the virus making its way through the National Hockey League that has already sidelined team captain Sidney Crosby.
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Philip G. Pavely | Trib Total Media
The Penguins' Beau Bennett serves canned goods to Hill District residents Thursday, Nov. 20, 2014. Penguins players distributed 100 free meals through the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank at the Hill House Kaufmann Center.
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Jason Bridge | Trib Total Media
Saint Irenaeus School first-grader Emily Kallen sings 'America' (My Country 'Tis of Thee) with the other students from kindergarden through fourth grade during a service for veterans at the school's Blough Hall in Oakmont on Thursday, Nov. 20, 2014.
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Jason Bridge | Trib Total Media
Saint Irenaeus fourth grader Steven Kolar serves his father, Scott Kolar, with refreshments who served in the Air Force, after a service for veterans at the school's Blough Hall in Oakmont on Thursday, Nov. 20, 2014.
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Louis B. Ruediger | Trib Total Media
Lenepe Elementary students Cade Hartman (from left), Zowie Wills and Garron Bennett attempt to make a windmill move during a program about energy on Thursday, Nov. 20, 2014.
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Evan Sanders | Trib Total Media
Flanked by family members and led by Attorney Thomas Dickey (front), Bradley Felker (plaid hoodie), 28, the victim’s father, and his aunt, Stacy Dee Felker, 35, both of Summit Township, Somerset County, leave the office of District Judge Douglas Bell in Meyersdale on Thursday, Nov. 20, 2014. The father and great-aunt of a 4-year-old girl killed in an all-terrain vehicle crash in Somerset County on Oct. 27 are working out a plea deal on five criminal charges of child endangerment. Bradley Felker owned the ATV driven by Stacy Dee Felker's 14-year-old daughter who was illegally driving the vehicle on a public roadway when it crashed, killing Tailynn Felker.
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James Knox | Trib Total Media
Firefighters extinguish a fire Thursday Nov. 20, 2014 at the Red Valve Company in the 500 block of North Bell Avenue in Carnegie.
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Justin Merriman | Trib Total Media
Chuck Lantzman, president of Snow and Ice Management Company on the North Side, stands near his snow dragon snow melter machine Thursday, Nov. 20, 2014.
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Stephanie Strasburg | Trib Total Media
Individuals are silhouetted against the windows in an exercise room in between classes at the Penn Hills YMCA Thursday, Nov. 20, 2014.

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