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Flash!: A Celebration of the Promise; Progressive Pittsburgh Launch Party

| Sunday, June 14, 2015 9:00 p.m
John Altdorfer | for trib total media
CELEBRATION OF THE PROMISE Andrea Sanfilippo and Amber Hovanec were amongst those supporting Susan G. Komen Pittsburgh during A Celebration of the Promise on June 10. Held at LeMont, the evening honored those who have gone beyond the call of duty in the fight against breast cancer, including Dr. Sharon Cowden and Janette Poppenberg with the PNC Community Caring Award for Strength and Courage, as well as Linda Charapp with the Terri L. Chapman Award.
POLITICALLY CORRECT Co-founders Selena Schmidt and Erin Belitskus welcomed guests to the Progressive Pittsburgh Launch Party hosted June 10 by the New Leaders Council Pittsburgh at the Wigle Whiskey Barrelhouse on the North Side. One of 35 nationwide chapters, the NLC embodies a mission of training and supporting the next bumper crop of political entrepreneurs regardless of their party affiliation.

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