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Children at Work Day at U. S. Steel


On Thursday, April 26, U. S. Steel employees will be giving their sons and daughters a firsthand look at the roles they are personally playing in today's high-tech steel industry. The day's activities will provide the youngsters a better understanding of their parents' workplace and introduce them to career opportunities in the steel industry. Children at Work Day activities are scheduled at the following locations:

  --   Clairton Works:  26 children and their parents will participate at
       North America's largest coke plant in Clairton. (9:30 a.m. to noon
       and 1:30 to 3:00 p.m.)

  --   Edgar Thomson Plant:  30 children will participate at this plant in
       Braddock where molten iron is made into steel. (1:30 to 3:00 p.m.)

  --   Irvin Plant:  30 children will participate at West Mifflin plant
       where steel from Edgar Thomson is processed into finished sheet
       products. (1:30 to 3:00 p.m.)

  --   Computer Service Center:  25 children will participate in activities
       including Intranet scavenger hunts and creating web pages. (9:15 to
       10:30 a.m. and 1:15 to 2:30 p.m.) Located at 1509 Muriel Street on
       Pittsburgh's South Side.

Media interested in visiting one or more locations should contact John Armstrong or Mike Dixon at the below numbers. Photo opportunities and brief interviews will be available. Recommended times to visit respective sites are noted.

CONTACT: Tom Ferrall, 412-433-6899, or John Armstrong, 412-433-6792, or Mike Dixon, 412-433-6860, all of U. S. Steel.

PRNewswire -- April 25

SOURCE: U. S. Steel


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