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Flash!: Westmoreland County Sports Dinner; ‘Snowflake Showcase’

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| Sunday, November 16, 2014 9:00 p.m
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YEE-HAW: Committee member Cathy Tofani (left) joins event chairs Dr. Lou and Diana Catalano, with Adriana Catalano, also a committee member, at the 19th Annual Westmoreland County Sports Dinner and Auction to benefit the Epilepsy Foundation Western/Central Pennsylvania. The country-and-western themed event was held Nov. 13 at Ferrante’s Lakeview in Hempfield and offered 230 guests dinner, mystery bags and silent and live auctions.(from left), Committee member, Cathy Tofani, joins event chairs, Dr. Lou and Diana Catalano, and Adriana Catalano, also a committee member, at the 19th Annual Westmoreland County Sports Dinner and Auction to benefit the Epilepsy Foundation Western/Central Pennsylvania, held at Ferrante's Lakeview in Hempfield Township on Thursday evening, November 13, 2014. The country and western themed event offered 230 guests dinner, mystery bags and silent and live auctions.
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SNOWFLAKE SHOWCASE: Renie Pollock (left) and Cheryl Kirsch were chairwomen for the opening reception for the Snowflake Showcase annual holiday art show and sale, held Nov. 15 at the Greensburg Art Center.

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