• Pittsburgh Penguins serve Thanksgiving dinner to Homestead residents

    By: Marina Weis

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    HOMESTEAD: - The Pittsburgh Penguins served up a hearty Thanksgiving meal to a crowd that packed Rainbow Kitchen in Homestead on Monday afternoon.

    The media was asked not to spoil the surprise for the families who regularly visit the Rainbow Kitchen.

    “The entire city does so much for us,” Bryan Rust said. “We have so much support from them. So it’s always nice to come out and do things for them. Try to put some smiles on people’s faces.”


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    The team mastered an assembly line: Phil Kessel was first to dish out the goods, while Connor Sheary, Rust and others navigated the crowd, served smiling residents and took selfies.

    This was the first time the Penguins visited Rainbow Kitchen. The non-profit has provided aid to the Homestead community since 1984.


     

     

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