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Steelers Super Bowl Shirts That Could Have Been are Now Being Used for a Good Cause

22 Dec

Just saw this on the 96.1 KISS website. These are the Steelers “Super Bowl Champion” shirts that “would have been” had we won the Super Bowl last year. However, fret not — they’re going to be used for a good cause. These shirts will be sent to countries in need by an organization called World Vision. That’s the way to spread the holiday spirit! And, that’s OK, let’s just win THIS year so we can have even cooler shirts 😉   GO STEELERS!

Read more: http://www.961kiss.com/pages/morningfreakshow.html?an=Steelers-championship-gear#ixzz1hEri8v7n

Another Year, LeBeau Style: Steelers Keep Beloved Defensive Coordinator, Dick LeBeau

16 Feb

Good news, Steeler Nation!  Dick LeBeau is to return as Steelers Defensive Coordinator for at least another year!

Many of fans and players (including LaMarr Woodley) tweeted their joy at this news.

LeBeau, a Football Hall of Fame inductee,  is one of the most respected Steelers icons! The 72-year-old is returning for his 52nd year in the NFL!

“I’m not coaching anywhere but here,” LeBeau said today after returning from four days off to start getting ready for the NFL combine that begins Feb. 23 in Indianapolis.

 

The Humanitarian Artists of Pittsburgh present “Faces and Places of the Black & Gold” event this Sunday at LaRoche! Benefits Homeless Children’s Education Fun – Art Auction, Steelers, Jane Orie, and More!

5 Aug

This Sunday, join the The Humanitarian Artists of Pittsburgh for a charity event featuring fine art, esteemed guests, and all-around fun! Come out for a great cause!

The Humanitarian Artists of Pittsburgh will host the “Faces and Places of the Black & Gold” event that will benefit the Homeless Children’s Education fund of Pittsburgh.

This family-friendly event is open to all fans of the Black & Gold, and will take places from 3pm-8pm at the Zappala College Center of LaRoche College in McCandless.

Guests will include Pittsburgh Steelers, Rocky Bleier, Franco Harris, John ‘Frenchy’ Fuqua, James Farrior, Nick Eason, Ted Toles (Pittsburgh Crawfords Negro Baseball League), along with keynote speaker, Senator Jane Clare Orie.

The Humanitarian Artists of Pittsburgh is a foundation that wishes to generate funds for local & regional non-profit charities in Pittsburgh and throughout western Pennsylvania.  At the event, the 4 artists that make up the coalition – Larry Klukaszewski (New Kensington, PA), Willie Hobbs (Butler, PA), Denny Karchner (formerly of Clearfield, PA) and, Charles Ott of Pittsburgh (“Steel City Artist) will be auctioning off their original and fine art prints that they hope greatly benefit the Homeless Children’s Fund of Pittsburgh. The mission of their foundation is to help as many organizations as possible to continue to fulfill their missions, starting with this one!

So come one, come all, and support this great cause! Join other Pittsburghers, art collectors with discriminating taste, fellow do-gooders, and, of course, prominent guests such as Pittsburgh athletes and other public figures.

Come enjoy yourselves for a lovely afternoon surrounded by beautiful pieces of Pittsburgh-centric art, legendary athletes, friends, and family …… and be sure to spread the word, too!

If you have any questions or would like to purchase tickets for the event you may contact Larry Klukaszewski (724) 882-0756 or Willie Hobbs (724) 968-2474.

For more information:

http://humanitarianartistsofpittsburghmyblog.wordpress.com/

http://steelcityartist.com/?page_id=355

http://www.homelessfund.org/

Also, don’t forget to follow Friend of Glitzburgh @STEELCITYARTIST on Twitter!