Easter Seals benefit draws 200 to Science Center
Easter Seals Western Pennsylvania hosted A Taste of Independence at the Carnegie Science Center on Thursday, where a contingent of potential challenges did little to deter the 200 guests from making their entrance.
“We were so worried that between the rain and the Bill Cosby event, we just wouldn't be able to compete!” confessed Mary Kay Snyder.
No concerns necessary as the socials kicked back to enjoy the annual wine-tasting event, which saw the likes of chairs Jim Zeszutek and Anne Lewis, prez Larry and Varyl Rager, board chair Jeff and Kathy Kumer, Dr. Rory and Rosemarie Cooper, Heather Chronis, Phyliss Gastgeb, Peter and Laurie Licastro, Betsy Teti and Willis Siegfried circulating amongst the crowd.
The evening benefited children and adults with disabilities or other special needs.
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