Meet Some Steelers, Get Some Autographs, Help Some Kids
Members of the Pittsburgh Steelers' defensive line and the team's entire rookie class will be signing autographs for charity later this week.
Looking to add to your Pittsburgh Steelers' autograph collection?
Look no further than The Block Northway in Ross Township. From 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 9, defensive linemen Cam Heyward, Daniel McCullers, Stephon Tuitt, and Javon Hargrave, along with coaches and members of the entire 2016 rookie class will be available to to sign autographs and take pictures.
The event benefits Jeremiah's Place, which provides emergency care for infants and children whose families are in crisis.
Players will sign any items for $20 per autograph per player. A $100 donation entitles you to autographs from all players with a minimum of eight in attendance. Photos with players are $10 each. The event will be held in the mall's north corridor in front of Marshalls.
All of the proceeds will benefit Jeremiah's Place. Learn more about its mission in the video below.
So Michael Scott, the GOAT, and a chemist walk into an arena… pic.twitter.com/ma16nnBFzv
— Pittsburgh Penguins (@penguins) December 6, 2016
#Spotted: Famous Fans at the Penguins Game
Actors Steve Carell and Bryan Cranston were spotted at the Penguins' game Monday night at PPG Paints Arena.
The Pens tweeted a photo of the pair with owner Mario Lemieux along with references to Carell's character Michael Scott on “The Office” and Cranston as the chemist-turned-drug dealer Walter White on “Breaking Bad.”
Carell and Cranston are in Pittsburgh to film “Last Flag Flying,” which is based on the book of the same name. It also stars Laurence Fishburne. Filming began last month in and around Pittsburgh.