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‘Babies and Beards:’ Magee Newborns Kick Off Penguins Playoff Celebration

WHAT: The Pittsburgh Penguins’ mascot, Iceburgh, is leading a nursery pep rally at Magee-Womens Hospital of UPMC as the hockey team enters the first round of the playoffs. Iceburgh will present the babies with special onesies that will allow them to get in on the playoff beard action.
 
In collaboration with the Pittsburgh Penguins®, Magee is relaunching “A Great Day for a New Baby.” Every baby born at Magee will receive a Penguins onesie, bib and hooded towel and washcloth set.
 
WHY: As the official women’s health provider of the Pittsburgh Penguins, Magee is proud to collaborate with the Penguins organization to celebrate babies and families in and around Pittsburgh.
 
WHEN: 10:30 to 11 a.m., Wednesday, April 12
 
WHERE: Magee-Womens Hospital of UPMC, 300 Halket St., Pittsburgh, 15213
 
Note to Media: To cover this event or to request photos, please contact Courtney Caprara at 412-592-8134 or CapraraCL@upmc.edu.

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