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Charitable Penguins

from the Globe and Mail,
Each autumn for more than 15 years, when the pretty and prodigious foliage of Allegheny County begins bursting with orange and red, Penguins players make a visit to a local mall, meeting up with children aged 5 to 12 who have been selected by the Salvation Army to go shopping for winter coats and boots, hats and mittens. The charity donates $100 (U.S.) for each child; the players donate their time. Sometimes toys slip in among the gloves and galoshes.

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