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CHAMBERS HOLDS SECOND ANNUAL ART OF GIVING FUNDRAISER TONIGHT FOR CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL, LEUKEMIA SOCIETY

 CHAMBERS HOLDS SECOND ANNUAL ART OF GIVING FUNDRAISER TONIGHT
 FOR CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL, LEUKEMIA SOCIETY
 Members of the media are invited to attend Chambers Development Company's second annual art fundraiser tonight, to raise money for the Free Care Fund at Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh, the Rangos Research Center at Children's Hospital and the Western Pennsylvania Chapter of the Leukemia Society of America at the new Pittsburgh International Airport's Midfield Terminal.
 The "Art of Giving" will be held tonight, from 6:30 to9:30 p.m., at the Landside Building at the new Midfield Terminal at the Pittsburgh International Airport.
 Contributions are $500 per couple or $250 per person. Sponsored by Chambers Development and its President John G. Rangos Sr., last year's "Art of Giving" raised $123,000.
 Well-known national artist Rita Asfour, as well as local artists Jackie Ryan and Adelaide LaFond, will be on hand to sign prints.
 Also, the wife of local artist David Yogt, who died of leukemia, has donated a number of his original paintings that will be displayed for sale.
 In addition, a number of local art galleries will have artwork on display: LaFond Gallery, Gallery G, Maser Gallery and Blackwood Gallery. Among some of the well-known artists whose works will be on display this evening include: Robert Griffing, G. Harvey, Ken Auster, Tracy Dennison, John Asaro, Don Hatfield, S. Burkett Kaiser, Michael Magnus, Henri Plisson, John Powell and Robert Sticker.
 "We're proud to be a sponsor in presenting this art preview," said Rangos. "The funds raised from the event will provide needed monies for the Free Care Fund and ensure that vital research at The Rangos Research Center continues in finding a cure for leukemia and all diseases that affect children and adults."
 CONTACT: Jim Leonard of Chambers Development, 412-244-7560.
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