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Lighting up the sky |

Lighting up the sky

| Sunday, July 10, 2011 12:00 a.m

While the city limits swelled with suburbanites and downtownies who were scrambling to find a primo piece of grass to park the cooler and lawnchairs to watch Zambelli light up the sky for the Fourth of July celebration Downtown, the who’s who were filing two by two into the Wyndham Grand Hotel for the EQT VIP Regatta Party.

A potluck of politicos rounded out the guest list, where EQT board chair John Bonassi, and Joe Lagana and Robert Petrilli enjoyed the pre-game festivities. Elsewhere, Julie and Brian Joseph, and Nina, Gabriella, Taresa and Regina Dongilli mixed and mingled with Clayton Pegher, Jennifer Wahlen, Michael Pihakis, Jenny Michaux and Joe Kirk during the business-casual soiree.

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