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Fanfare: Wild & Wholey Alaskan Crab Feast

Mitch Fryer
| Sunday, May 15, 2016 9:00 p.m
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Luke Wholey joined Capt. Wild Bill Wichrowski of the 'Deadliest Catch' during the Wild & Wholey Alaskan Crab Feast, presented by UPMC Health Plan /UPMC Work Partners at Luke Wholey’s Wild Alaskan Grille in the Strip District, to benefit the Pittsburgh Emergency Medicine Foundation. May 10, 2016.
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Emergency Medical Foundation executive director Beth Wolfe, board president John Chamberlin and medical director Paul Paris attended the Wild & Wholey Alaskan Crab Feast, presented by UPMC Health Plan /UPMC Work Partners at Luke Wholey’s Wild Alaskan Grille in the Strip District, to benefit the Pittsburgh Emergency Medicine Foundation. May 10, 2016.
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Paul Murgia and Jim Krenn were on hand for the Wild & Wholey Alaskan Crab Feast, presented by UPMC Health Plan/UPMC Work Partners at Luke Wholey’s Wild Alaskan Grille in the Strip District, to benefit the Pittsburgh Emergency Medicine Foundation. May 10, 2016.

Capt. “Wild Bill” Wichrowski, of Discovery Channel’s “Deadliest Catch,” was the special guest May 10 at the Wild & Wholey Alaskan Crab Feast at Luke Wholey’s Wild Alaskan Grille, 2106 Penn Ave., Strip District. The seafood bonanza was a fundraiser for Pittsburgh Emergency Medicine Foundation.

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