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Oakmont hosts Greater Pittsburgh’s Season of Giving Gala |

Oakmont hosts Greater Pittsburgh’s Season of Giving Gala

| Sunday, December 6, 2009 12:00 a.m

You know it’s a fabulous party when the only reason the guests finally leave the dance floor is because the band has put their instruments down for the night.

On Saturday, more than 300 swelegants braved a cold December evening and a hot mess of traffic congestion comprised of disappointed Pitt fans (also the evening’s conversational topic du jour) to make their way out to the Oakmont Country Club for the YMCA of Greater Pittsburgh’s Season of Giving Gala.

“We’re like Santa Claus and Scrooge. … I’m Scrooge!” mused prez Eric Mann (with Branita ) as he posed for a photo with honoree Dan Grealish (with Patty ), chairman of Henderson Brothers Inc. and longtime Y supporter.

Bah, humbug! Considering the $200K that was raised, we find that hard to believe.

Dancing the night away were board chair Dave and Martha Martin; Bill Spencer; Lou Astorino and Mary Milan; Jeff and Debbie Kimball; Pat and Alan Siger; Steve and Stephanie Massaro; Steve and Peggy Snavely; David and Katy Caliguiri; Bob and Denise Donahoe; Paul and Melissa Meinert; Tom Grealish ; and Tim and Amy Grealish .

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