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Fanfare: Familylinks' Just Jazz 4 fundraiser features Spyro Gyra

| Sunday, April 17, 2016, 9:00 p.m.
John Altdorfer
Former Steelers quarterback Charlie Batch and his wife, Latasha, were honorary co-chairs for the Just Jazz 4 concert featuring Spyro Gyra to benefit Familylinks at the Manchester Craftsman’s Guild in the Manchester neighborhood of Pittsburgh. April 15, 2016.
John Altdorfer
Manchester Craftsman's Guild CEO Fred Massey shared a laugh with United Way CEO Bob Nelkin during the Just Jazz 4 concert featuring Spyro Gyra to benefit Familylinks at the Manchester Craftsman’s Guild in the Manchester neighborhood of Pittsburgh. April 15, 2016.
John Altdorfer
Ayana Ledford was among the guests attending the Just Jazz 4 concert featuring Spyro Gyra to benefit Familylinks at the Manchester Craftsman’s Guild in the Manchester neighborhood of Pittsburgh. April 15, 2016.
John Altdorfer
Ron Booth and Izear Winfrey were among the guests attending the Just Jazz 4 concert featuring Spyro Gyra to benefit Familylinks at the Manchester Craftsman’s Guild in the Manchester neighborhood of Pittsburgh. April 15, 2016.
John Altdorfer
Cynthia Zordich joined Manchester Craftsman's Guild board chair Arita Gilliam during the Just Jazz 4 concert featuring Spyro Gyra to benefit Familylinks at the Manchester Craftsman’s Guild in the Manchester neighborhood of Pittsburgh. April 15, 2016.

Familylinks' Just Jazz 4 fundraiser on April 15 brought internationally renowned band Spyro Gyra to Manchester Craftsman's Guild, North Shore. Honorary chairs for the annual event were Charlie Batch and Latasha Wilson-Batch.

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