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Flash!: Catholic Arts Exhibition; Soup for a Claus

Evan Sanders | Trib Total Media
CATHOLIC ARTS: Artist Jordan Hainsey (left), gallery administrative director Ann Holmes and St. Vincent College Chancellor Douglas Nowicki attend the opening reception Oct. 26, 2014, for the Fifth Nationwide Juried Catholic Arts Exhibition at the St. Vincent Gallery at the college in Unity Township.
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Artist Christopher Ruane (left), and Brother Norman Hipps photographed during the opening reception for the Fifth Nationwide Juried Catholic Arts Exhibition at the St. Vincent Gallery on Sunday, Oct. 26, 2014.
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Karen Jurkovic, (L), of Greensburg, and Sherry Anderson, (R), of Greensburg, enjoy a cup of Oliver's Pourhouse Beef Barley soup, served by Gary Tracey, (center), at Penelope's in Greensburg on Saturday afternoon, November 1, 2014 , during the Soup for a Claus soup crawl to benefit Operation Santa Claus, a charity effort of Trib Total Media, Shop ‘n Save and the Salvation Army that provides holiday meals and children’s toys to needy area families. Soups provided by various local restaurants were available for tasting in multiple business locations along S. Pennsylvania Avenue in downtown Greensburg. Samplers were able to shop, taste and then cast a vote on their favorite soup.
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(from left), Elizabeth Naidu, event chairwoman, with some of her committee, Jane McKenzie, Betty Ann McHugh and Phyllis Ruffner, at the fifth annual Latrobe Area Hospital Aid Society Positively Posh! vendor fair, held at the Fred Rogers Center at St. Vincent College in Unity Township on Saturday afternoon, November 1, 2014. Money raised will be donated to the Latrobe Area Hospital Charitable Foundation in support of emergency services for patients in the communities served by Excela Latrobe Hospital.

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