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Fanfare: 100 Black Men Gala

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| Sunday, October 30, 2016 4:27 p.m
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Tyrone and Marpressa Turner joined their grandson Micah Turner at the black tie gala for the 100 Black Men of Western Pennsylvania mentoring program at the DoubleTree Hotel in Greentree. Oct. 29, 2016.
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Erica Lester attended the black tie gala for the 100 Black Men of Western Pennsylvania mentoring program at the DoubleTree Hotel in Greentree. Oct. 29, 2016.
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Ted Johnson and Khadiga T. Diggs attended the black tie gala for the 100 Black Men of Western Pennsylvania mentoring program at the DoubleTree Hotel in Greentree. Oct. 29, 2016.
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Tillman and LIsa Rushing attended the black tie gala for the 100 Black Men of Western Pennsylvania mentoring program at the DoubleTree Hotel in Greentree. Oct. 29, 2016.
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Ed and Lynette Jackson attended the black tie gala for the 100 Black Men of Western Pennsylvania mentoring program at the DoubleTree Hotel in Greentree. Oct. 29, 2016.
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Michael Quigley adjusts the bow tie of Quenton Turner during the black tie gala for the 100 Black Men of Western Pennsylvania mentoring program at the DoubleTree Hotel in Greentree. Oct. 29, 2016.
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Al and Jill Valentine attended the black tie gala for the 100 Black Men of Western Pennsylvania mentoring program at the DoubleTree Hotel in Greentree. Oct. 29, 2016.

100 Black Men Gala, Saturday, Oct. 29 at DoubleTree Hotel, Green Tree

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