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Flash! — Pennsylvania Trolley Museum celebrates 50th anniversary

Mike Mancini | For the Tribune Review - ‘GIFTS OF THE MAGGI’ The Pennsylvania Trolley Museum fired up the barbie March 15 with a roast of Commissioner Larry Maggi (center, holding granddaughter Abigail Seibert) at the Hilton Garden Inn at Southpointe. The chairman of the Washington County commissioners settled into the hot seat as part of the fifth-anniversary celebration of the museum. “This fund-raising event literally helps to keep the trolleys running,” said Tom Rooney, roast committee chairman and PTM trustee. Also on hand were Maggi’s wife, Mary Jeanne, and museum director Scott Becker.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>Mike Mancini | For the Tribune Review</em></div>‘GIFTS OF THE MAGGI’ The Pennsylvania Trolley Museum fired up the barbie March 15 with a roast of Commissioner Larry Maggi (center, holding granddaughter Abigail Seibert) at the Hilton Garden Inn at Southpointe. The chairman of the Washington County commissioners settled into the hot seat as part of the fifth-anniversary celebration of the museum. “This fund-raising event literally helps to keep the trolleys running,” said Tom Rooney, roast committee chairman and PTM trustee. Also on hand were Maggi’s wife, Mary Jeanne, and museum director Scott Becker.
Mike Mancini | For the Tribune Review - ‘GIFTS OF THE MAGGI’: Robert Jordan and Robert Frank during the Roast of Larry Maggi - Pennsylvania Trolley Museum at the Hilton Garden Inn at Southpointe, on Friday, March 15, 2013.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>  Mike Mancini | For the Tribune Review</em></div>‘GIFTS OF THE MAGGI’: Robert Jordan and Robert Frank during the Roast of Larry Maggi - Pennsylvania Trolley Museum at the Hilton Garden Inn at Southpointe, on Friday, March 15, 2013.

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‘GIFTS OF THE MAGGI'

The Pennsylvania Trolley Museum fired up the barbie March 15 with a roast of Commissioner Larry Maggi (center, holding granddaughter Abigail Seibert) at the Hilton Garden Inn at Southpointe. The chairman of the Washington County commissioners settled into the hot seat as part of the fifth-anniversary celebration of the museum. “This fund-raising event literally helps to keep the trolleys running,” said Tom Rooney, roast committee chairman and PTM trustee. Also on hand were Maggi's wife, Mary Jeanne, and museum director Scott Becker.

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