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Out & About: Animal Friends of Westmoreland hosts Dancing With Celebrities

Scott Brown
| Sunday, May 8, 2016 9:00 p.m
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Kim Stepinsky | For the Tribune-Review
(from left), Event co-chair and Founder/President of The Animal Friends of Westmoreland, Candy Nelson, event committee and animal care manager, Bethany Morse, and co-chair and volunteer, Justine Long, gather on stage for a photo at the Dancing with the Celebrities of Pittsburgh to benefit The Animal Friends of Westmoreland, held at the Palace Theatre in Greensburg on Friday evening, May 6, 2016. Nearly 700 guests filled the Palace Theatre to watch 16 celebrities and their partners dance. First place people's choice award went to Irwin Police Chief, Roger Pivirotto. Dr. Alexandra Konegger, received the judges award and second place people's choice award. Michael Stewart II received third place people's choice award.
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Kim Stepinsky | For the Tribune-Review
(from front), Sean Cassidy, of Cassidy & Associates, and his dance partner, Deana Foley, dance to a medley of Elvis Presley songs, at the Dancing with the Celebrities of Pittsburgh to benefit The Animal Friends of Westmoreland, held at the Palace Theatre in Greensburg on Friday evening, May 6, 2016. Nearly 700 guests filled the Palace Theatre to watch 16 celebrities and their partners dance. First place people's choice award went to Irwin Police Chief, Roger Pivirotto. Dr. Alexandra Konegger, received the judges award and second place people's choice award. Michael Stewart II received third place people's choice award.
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Kim Stepinsky | For the Tribune-Review
(from left), Anthony DeNunzio, of DeNunzio Properties, and his dance partner, Luanne O'Brien, Dancing with the Celebrities Director, dance at the Dancing with the Celebrities of Pittsburgh to benefit The Animal Friends of Westmoreland, held at the Palace Theatre in Greensburg on Friday evening, May 6, 2016. Nearly 700 guests filled the Palace Theatre to watch 16 celebrities and their partners dance. First place people's choice award went to Irwin Police Chief, Roger Pivirotto. Dr. Alexandra Konegger, received the judges award and second place people's choice award. Michael Stewart II received third place people's choice award.
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Kim Stepinsky | For the Tribune-Review
(from left), Irwin Police Chief, Roger Pivirotto, recipient of the first place people's choice award, and his dance partner, Laura Johnson, dance to Jailhouse Rock, during the Dancing with the Celebrities to benefit The Animal Friends of Westmoreland, held at the Palace Theatre in Greensburg on Friday evening, May 6, 2016. Nearly 700 guests filled the Palace Theatre to watch 16 celebrities and their partners dance. First place people's choice award went to Irwin Police Chief, Roger Pivirotto. Dr. Alexandra Konegger, received the judges award and second place people's choice award. Michael Stewart II received third place people's choice award.
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Kim Stepinsky | For the Tribune-Review
(from left), Dr. Alexandra Konegger, of K Vets Animal Care, recipient of the Judges Award, and her dance partner, Bruce Meyer, dance at the Dancing with the Celebrities of Pittsburgh to benefit The Animal Friends of Westmoreland, held at the Palace Theatre in Greensburg on Friday evening, May 6, 2016. Nearly 700 guests filled the Palace Theatre to watch 16 celebrities and their partners dance. First place people's choice award went to Irwin Police Chief, Roger Pivirotto. Dr. Alexandra Konegger, received the judges award and second place people's choice award. Michael Stewart II received third place people's choice award.
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Kim Stepinsky | For the Tribune-Review
(from right), Autumn Stankay, owner of Skysight Photography, and her dance partner Paul Marini, dance at the Dancing with the Celebrities of Pittsburgh to benefit The Animal Friends of Westmoreland, held at the Palace Theatre in Greensburg on Friday evening, May 6, 2016. Nearly 700 guests filled the Palace Theatre to watch 16 celebrities and their partners dance. First place people's choice award went to Irwin Police Chief, Roger Pivirotto. Dr. Alexandra Konegger, received the judges award and second place people's choice award. Michael Stewart II received third place people's choice award.
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Kim Stepinsky | For the Tribune-Review
The judges, (from left), David Kaye, comedian and owner of Slapstick Productions, Michele Michaels, 'Electric Lunch' host, WDVE, and Robert Mangino, talk show host, KDKA Radio, watch the competitors at the Dancing with the Celebrities of Pittsburgh to benefit The Animal Friends of Westmoreland, held at the Palace Theatre in Greensburg on Friday evening, May 6, 2016. Nearly 700 guests filled the Palace Theatre to watch 16 celebrities and their partners dance. First place people's choice award went to Irwin Police Chief, Roger Pivirotto. Dr. Alexandra Konegger, received the judges award and second place people's choice award. Michael Stewart II received third place people's choice award.
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Kim Stepinsky | For the Tribune-Review
(from left), Alexandra Naples, of LoveBettie, and her dance partner, Joe O'Brien, dance at the Dancing with the Celebrities of Pittsburgh to benefit The Animal Friends of Westmoreland, held at the Palace Theatre in Greensburg on Friday evening, May 6, 2016. Nearly 700 guests filled the Palace Theatre to watch 16 celebrities and their partners dance. First place people's choice award went to Irwin Police Chief, Roger Pivirotto. Dr. Alexandra Konegger, received the judges award and second place people's choice award. Michael Stewart II received third place people's choice award.
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Kim Stepinsky | For the Tribune-Review
(from left), Platinum Salon & Spa's Joelle Finnerty, and her dance partner, Adam Ferri, dance at the Dancing with the Celebrities of Pittsburgh to benefit The Animal Friends of Westmoreland, held at the Palace Theatre in Greensburg on Friday evening, May 6, 2016. Nearly 700 guests filled the Palace Theatre to watch 16 celebrities and their partners dance. First place people's choice award went to Irwin Police Chief, Roger Pivirotto. Dr. Alexandra Konegger, received the judges award and second place people's choice award. Michael Stewart II received third place people's choice award.
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Kim Stepinsky | For the Tribune-Review
(from left), Suzanne Kerlin, with PNC Investments, and her dance partner, Jeff Campbell, dance to Miranda Lambert's ' Little Red Wagon', at the Dancing with the Celebrities of Pittsburgh to benefit The Animal Friends of Westmoreland, held at the Palace Theatre in Greensburg on Friday evening, May 6, 2016. Nearly 700 guests filled the Palace Theatre to watch 16 celebrities and their partners dance. First place people's choice award went to Irwin Police Chief, Roger Pivirotto. Dr. Alexandra Konegger, received the judges award and second place people's choice award. Michael Stewart II received third place people's choice award.
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Kim Stepinsky | For the Tribune-Review
(from right), Third place people's choice recipient, Michael Stewart II, of Stewart, McArdle, Sorice and Whalen, and his dance partner, Khrystal Gresko, dance at the Dancing with the Celebrities to benefit The Animal Friends of Westmoreland, held at the Palace Theatre in Greensburg on Friday evening, May 6, 2016. Nearly 700 guests filled the Palace Theatre to watch 16 celebrities and their partners dance. First place people's choice award went to Irwin Police Chief, Roger Pivirotto. Dr. Alexandra Konegger, received the judges award and second place people's choice award. Michael Stewart II received third place people's choice award.

Animal Friends of Westmoreland hosted Dancing With Celebrities on May 6 in the Palace Theatre, Greensburg.

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