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ALL HEART KDKA anchor and heart attack survivor Susan Koeppen joins event chair Diane Holder and Melanie Taylor during the American Heart Association Go Red for Women luncheon at the Westin on June 4. The event featured Keynote Speaker and stand-up comedienne Diana Jordan in additon to a health fair and shopping boutiques.
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RINGING ENDORSEMENT Annette Shimer, Susan Carty, Carol Kuniholm, and Eileen Olmsted join beloved Pittsburgher and philanthropist Elsie Hillman (bottom right) and her husband, Henry, as she accepts the Justice Bell Award from the League of Women Voters. Held at the Hotel Monaco on June 5, the award was named after the Justice Bell, an exact replica of the Liberty Bell. In 1915 it became an iconic symbol of the woman’s suffrage movement in Pennsylvania.
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GRIDIRON GOLD: Western Pennsylvania natives and football legends Dan Marino, Joe Namath, Jim Kelly and Joe Montana ensured guests were in their glory on June 6 for Gridiron Gold. The event celebrated our area’s Pro Football Hall of Fame dream team, which also included the late Johnny Unitas and George Blanda. The one-time only event, kicked off by Neighborhood Legal Services Association, was held at the Wyndham Grand.
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FULL BLOOM: Executive director Janera Solomon and Betty Cruz celebrated the Kelly Strayhorn Theatre’s Full Bloom Summer Dance party on June 6. During the evening, DJs Lovelife, J. Malls, and Pandemic teased guests onto the dance floor while VIP’s enjoyed a performance from the Chinese martial arts and dance company Steel Dragon.
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POLISHING TO PERFECTION On June 2, John Tippins and Dr. Laura Pallan enjoyed a cocktail party pre-cursor at the Fairmont to toast the Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh Foundation Transplantation Surgery Auxiliary’s upcoming Diamonds & Denim on Market Square celebration. The event, which will take place on June 20, will benefit the Hillman Center for Pediatric Transplantation.
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FULL BLOOM: Caitlin Green and Upendo Tookas during Full Bloom – Kelly Strayhorn Theater on Saturday, June 6, 2015.
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FULL BLOOM: Kati Daczkowski and Ashley Hall during Full Bloom – Kelly Strayhorn Theater on Saturday, June 6, 2015.
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FULL BLOOM: Mukwae Wabei during Full Bloom – Kelly Strayhorn Theater on Saturday, June 6, 2015.
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FULL BLOOM: Adam Golden and Brittney Krieger during Full Bloom – Kelly Strayhorn Theater on Saturday, June 6, 2015.
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FULL BLOOM: Matt Pierce and Brittany Brashear during Full Bloom – Kelly Strayhorn Theater on Saturday, June 6, 2015.
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POLISHING TO PERFECTION: An Andy Warhol print of Jane Fonda looks of the shoulders of host commitee memebers Denny and Colleen Travis during the Diamonds and Denim Cocktail Party at Andys in the Fairmont Hotel in Downtown Pittsburgh. June 2, 2015.
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POLISHING TO PERFECTION: Diana Loevener strikes an artistic pose during the Diamonds and Denim Cocktail Party at Andys in the Fairmont Hotel in Downtown Pittsburgh. June 2, 2015.
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RINGING ENDORSEMENT: Maureen Mamula and Jackie Dixon during the Justice Bell Award — The League of Women Voters of Pennsylvania a the Hotel Monaco on Friday, June 5, 2015. Mike Mancini | for the Tribune-Review
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RINGING ENDORSEMENT: Esther Bush withDiana Robinson and Nyota Robinson during the Justice Bell Award — The League of Women Voters of Pennsylvania a the Hotel Monaco on Friday, June 5, 2015. Mike Mancini | for the Tribune-Review
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GRIDIRON GOLD: Dan Marino, Joe Namath, Jim Kelly and Joe Montana during Gridiron Gold – Neighborhood Legal Services Association at the Wyndham Grand on Saturday, June 6, 2015.
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GRIDIRON GOLD: David and Laura Miller during Gridiron Gold - Neighborhood Legal Services Association at the Wyndham Grand on Saturday, June 6, 2015.
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GRIDIRON GOLD: Debi Wheeler and Mike Barbera during Gridiron Gold – Neighborhood Legal Services Association at the Wyndham Grand on Saturday, June 6, 2015.
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GRIDIRON GOLD: Rocky Bleier with Dana and Duffy Hanna during Gridiron Gold – Neighborhood Legal Services Association at the Wyndham Grand on Saturday, June 6, 2015.
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GRIDIRON GOLD: Andy Russell, Greg Zappala, Judge Jack McVay and Kevin Dougherty during Gridiron Gold – Neighborhood Legal Services Association at the Wyndham Grand on Saturday, June 6, 2015.
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John Altdorfer
ALL HEART: Susan Ceklosky was a session leader during the American Heart Association Go Red for Women luncheon at the Westin Convention Center Hotel in Downtown Pittsburgh. June 4, 2015.
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John Altdorfer
ALL HEART: Valerie Bedanz, Charmaine Forte and Anita Persauad were among the guests attending the American Heart Association Go Red for Women luncheon at the Westin Convention Center Hotel in Downtown Pittsburgh. June 4, 2015.

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