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Flash!: Alliance Française de Pittsburgh; “Come Fly With Me” gala

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| Sunday, November 23, 2014 7:08 p.m
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John Altdorfer
A TASTE OF FRANCE Scholarship winner Mehrgol Tiv joins Barbara MacQuown Tucker during a reception hosted by the Alliance Française de Pittsburgh and the French Nationality Room Committee on November 20. Held in the Croghan Schenley Room in the Cathedral of Learning, the evening afforded Tiv the opportunity to share her experience of studying in Nantes through the University of PIttsburgh.
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Michael Mancini | for trib total media
FLIGHT OF FANCY Kimberly Latta and Ryan Turner admire a penguin during the Allegheny Land Trust's 'Come Fly With Me' gala. Held at the National Aviary on November 22, the event marked capped off a year-long celebration of ALT's 20th anniversary.
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John Altdorfer
A TASTE OF FRANCE: Helge Wehmeier joins Ed Harrell and Pier Benci during the Alliance Française de Pittsburgh reception in the Cathedral of Learning in Oakland. Nov. 20, 2014.
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John Altdorfer
A TASTE OF FRANCE: Melanie Werner joins Janet Ferris and Monique Van Damme during the Alliance Française de Pittsburgh reception in the Cathedral of Learning in Oakland. Nov. 20, 2014.
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Mike Mancini | for Trib Total Media
FLIGHT OF FANCY: Caitlin & Johnathan Seiler during Come Fly With Me – Allegheny Land Trust at the National Aviary on Saturday, November 22, 2014.
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FLIGHT OF FANCY: Valerie & Chris Beichner with Karen Sloneker and Stephen Quick during Come Fly With Me – Allegheny Land Trust at the National Aviary on Saturday, November 22, 2014.

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