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Fanfare: Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation gala

| Monday, March 20, 2017, 1:36 p.m.
Event co-chairs Nancy Glynn and Kim Trinkala. JDRF Gala, Westin Convention Center, Downtown Pittsburgh. March 18, 2017.
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Event co-chairs Nancy Glynn and Kim Trinkala. JDRF Gala, Westin Convention Center, Downtown Pittsburgh. March 18, 2017.
Cody Sabol. JDRF Gala, Westin Convention Center, Downtown Pittsburgh. March 18, 2017.
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Cody Sabol. JDRF Gala, Westin Convention Center, Downtown Pittsburgh. March 18, 2017.
Attendees. JDRF Gala, Westin Convention Center, Downtown Pittsburgh. March 18, 2017.
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Attendees. JDRF Gala, Westin Convention Center, Downtown Pittsburgh. March 18, 2017.
JDRF Gala, Westin Convention Center, Downtown Pittsburgh. March 18, 2017.
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JDRF Gala, Westin Convention Center, Downtown Pittsburgh. March 18, 2017.
Regina & Pete Vercilla. JDRF Gala, Westin Convention Center, Downtown Pittsburgh. March 18, 2017.
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Regina & Pete Vercilla. JDRF Gala, Westin Convention Center, Downtown Pittsburgh. March 18, 2017.
Liz Manganello and Renee Knipp. JDRF Gala, Westin Convention Center, Downtown Pittsburgh. March 18, 2017.
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Liz Manganello and Renee Knipp. JDRF Gala, Westin Convention Center, Downtown Pittsburgh. March 18, 2017.
JDRF President & CEO Derek Rapp. JDRF Gala, Westin Convention Center, Downtown Pittsburgh. March 18, 2017.
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JDRF President & CEO Derek Rapp. JDRF Gala, Westin Convention Center, Downtown Pittsburgh. March 18, 2017.

The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation gala was held at the Westin Convention Center, Downtown Pittsburgh on Saturday, March 18, 2017.

This was the the 25th anniversary of the Western Pennsylvania Chapter of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation's Promise Gala.

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