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| Sunday, Oct. 23, 2016, 6:48 p.m.
Mikell Schenck joined Rich Fitzgerald and Stephanie Flannery at the Pizzazz with the Garden Club of Allegheny County at Fox Chapel Golf Club. October 19, 2016
Ben Petchel | for the tribune-review
Mikell Schenck joined Rich Fitzgerald and Stephanie Flannery at the Pizzazz with the Garden Club of Allegheny County at Fox Chapel Golf Club. October 19, 2016
Mary Margaret Stamy and Anna Konrad at Pizzazz in 2016, hosted by the Garden Club of Allegheny County at the Fox Chapel Golf Club.
Ben Petchel | for the tribune-review
Mary Margaret Stamy and Anna Konrad at Pizzazz in 2016, hosted by the Garden Club of Allegheny County at the Fox Chapel Golf Club.
Barbara Tucker joined Alice Snyder at the Pizzazz with the Garden Club of Allegheny County at Fox Chapel Golf Club. October 19, 2016
Ben Petchel | for the tribune-review
Barbara Tucker joined Alice Snyder at the Pizzazz with the Garden Club of Allegheny County at Fox Chapel Golf Club. October 19, 2016
Bridget Snyder, Claudia Lanz and Barbara Shaw attended  the Pizzazz with the Garden Club of Allegheny County at Fox Chapel Golf Club. October 19, 2016
Bridget Snyder, Claudia Lanz and Barbara Shaw attended the Pizzazz with the Garden Club of Allegheny County at Fox Chapel Golf Club. October 19, 2016

A preview party was held Oct. 19 for Pizzazz, the boutique shopping extravaganza for the Garden Club of Allegheny County that draws vendors from across the country.

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