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Fanfare: Car awarded in Eat’n Park’s ‘Caring for Kids’ campaign

Josh Yohe
| Sunday, January 24, 2016 9:00 p.m
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John Altdorfer | For the Tribune-Review
MUSTANG SMILEY: Caitlin Hazelton and Joey Warren represented the Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh Foundation at Woltz & Wind Ford in Carnegie during the presentation of a 2016 Ford Mustand SE, the grand prize of a raffle conducted by Eat'n Park's 'Caring for Kids' campaign to benefit Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh. Jan. 20, 2016.
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John Altdorfer | For the Tribune-Review
MUSTANG SMILEY: Megan Carlini, Kathy Wagler and Dan Wind represented the Ford Motor Co. at Woltz & Wind Ford in Carnegie during the presentation of a 2016 Ford Mustand SE, the grand prize of a raffle conducted by Eat'n Park's 'Caring for Kids' campaign to benefit Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh. Jan. 20, 2016.

A 2016 Ford Mustang SE was presented Jan. 20 at Woltz & Wind Ford in Carnegie as the grand prize of Eat’n Park’s “Caring for Kids” campaign to benefit Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh.

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