By: KDKA-TV News Staff
LAWRENCEVILLE (KDKA) — March is Women’s History Month, and the Boys and Girls Club of Western Pennsylvania focused on celebrating girls at their annual Empower Her event.
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On Saturday, more than 100 girls heard from women leaders across Allegheny County.
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“It is not only personally, but also organizationally very important for us to lead an event like this to show girls and those who identify as girls that they can be whatever they want,” Lisa Abel- Pal, President and CEO of Boys and Girls said the Club of Western Pennsylvania.
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The girls were also allowed to participate in fun, educational activities to encourage things like body positivity and personal growth.
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