The Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation is distributing 1,500 PensPals activity booklets, presented by PPG, at the City of Pittsburgh Parks and Recreation’s meal distribution sites on Monday, August 17 and 24.
The series of PensPals booklets aim to provide learning support to children with limited technology resources by sharing science, math and arts activities that can be done at home.
The booklets will be available at the following CitiParks locations:
- Ammon Rec Center: 2217 Bedford Avenue
- Arlington Rec Center: 2201 Salisbury Street
- Jefferson Rec Center: 605 Redknap Street
- Magee Rec Center: 745 Greenfield Avenue
- Moore Park: 1801 Pioneer Avenue
- Paulson Rec Center: 1201 Paulson Street
- Warrington Rec Center: 329 Warrington Avenue
- Salvation Army Homewood: 8020 Frankstown Avenue
- Salvation Army Westside: 1821 Broadhead-Fording Road
“Thanks to PPG, we are excited to introduce our PensPals booklets to Pittsburgh youth. With education being a core pillar of Penguins Foundation programming, we hope that these activities assist in growing the minds of our region’s children, as well as their interest in the great game of hockey,” said Jim Britt, executive director of the Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation.